Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Sleeve"

The meaning of "Sleeve" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I could see singeing the sleeve as being an accident. But burning a hole through the middle? mean?
A: Singe means to burn lightly. So it means that burning the sleeve a little bit can be an accident, but burning a hole through the middle isn't
Q: What does hear on your sleeve mean?
A: Heart on your sleeve. It means that you show your emotions and you're not afraid to hide them.
Q: What does Up your sleeve mean?
A: A sleeve is the part of a jumper/ hoodie/ jacket which is around the wrist/ arms.

Hiding something "up your sleeve" is like a trick or a surprise! For example a magician will "have a trick up their sleeve" meaning that they'll surprise the audience when they least expect it.

The phrase could also be used for when a person has a good idea. For example if a group of people can't think of what to do in a situation, one person may have "a trick up their sleeve" to solve the problem.

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Q: What does up your sleeve mean?
A: kept secret and in reserve for use when needed.

- "he was new to the game but had a few tricks up his sleeve"
Q: What does sleeve mean?
A: A protective or connecting tube covering something else.

Example sentences using "Sleeve"

Q: Please show me example sentences with up your sleeve.
A: I think you are referring to the idiom that implies someone is hiding something like a magician may hide things in his sleeve.

If you suspect a scam, you might say, "What tricks have you got up your sleeve?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with sleeve.
A: Put the pictures back in the plastic sleeve.
Your sleeves are so long how do you keep them dry?
She ripped one sleeve off to look cooler.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Up one's sleeve .
A: I've got an ace up my sleeve. You'd better not have another trick up your sleeve.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sleeve.
A: I do not own many long sleeve shirts.

She likes to wear sleeveless shirts.

When someone has a tattoos all over their arm it is called a sleeve.

Synonyms of "Sleeve" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between sleeve and leaf ?
A: a sleeve can be used with different meanings. as in, "she tugged the sleeve of my shirt until she had my full attention" or " where did you put the sleeve of Pringles, I want some."

Translations of "Sleeve"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sleeve and cuff.the differences
A: Sleeve is the just the clothing covering your arm. Cuff is the bottom of the clothing covering your arm. People often refer to cuff by saying “The cuff of my sleeve.” As well
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Your sleeve is wet.or Your sleeve got wet. Which one ismore natural?
A: both are correct. one is current, one is past
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? get your sleeve up , I don’t mean rolling it up just get it up to put something on the wrist
A: I would say “pulling up your sleeve”.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? no sleeves
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Other questions about "Sleeve"

Q: Though he is wearing the short sleeve,is he not cold? does this sound natural?
A: It is more natural to say “Isn’t he cold wearing that short sleeve?” :)
Q: sleeve does this sound natural?
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Q: I like this T-shirt but I just tried it and it doesn't fit me on the sleeves.

or

I like this T-shirt but I just tried it and the sleeves are too short on me. does this sound natural?
A: Yes! You can try making it flow more smoothly by saying,

"I like the t-shirt I just tried on but the sleeves don't fit me."

or

"I like the shirt I just tried on but the sleeves are too short."
Q: It's cold outside, I think you should wear a long sleeve shirt.

or

It's cold outside, I think you should wear a long-sleeved shirt. does this sound natural?
A: They're both used and both grammatically correct, just make sure to use a hyphen with whichever you choose (long-sleeve or long-sleeved).
Q: She wearing three-quarter sleeve shirt and jeans. It is too casual. However She has prefect body line. It is really an appealing woman.  does this sound natural?
A: "She's wearing a three-quarter sleeve shirt and jeans. It's too casual but she has a perfect body. She's a really attractive woman."

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