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

The meaning of "Soda" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I used to like soda, but I don't drink it anymore mean?
A: Eu costumava gostar de refrigerante, mas eu não bebo mais isso...
Q: What does mean soda
mean?
A: soda is a fizzy drink
Q: What does baking soda mean?
A: baking soda its a sodium bicarbonate = bicarbonato de sódio
Q: What does baking soda mean?
A: well that depends on the context. But baking soda is a product that can be used to soak up nasty smells to make the smell go away and many other things as well. or someone could actually be baking soda like coke or something. I'm not sure what your asking so I hoped this helped is some way.
Q: What does baking soda mean?
A: It means "bicarbonato de sodio"

Example sentences using "Soda"

Q: Please show me example sentences with soda.
A: I drank some soda.
Please go get me a soda.
The soda machine was broken.
What's your favorite kind of soda?

Synonyms of "Soda" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between soda and pop and coke ?
A: Soda and pop are the same thing (also called soft drinks and referring specifically to a carbonated beverage), but pop is a more regional word. I think it is used mostly in the Midwest. Soda is used most anywhere in the US. Coke means specifically a cola in most of the US and depending on the person saying it, may refer very specifically to the Coca Cola brand. But some people in the southern US will use coke to mean any soft drink. Of course, coke is also a slang term for cocaine, so context is important!
Q: What is the difference between soda and pop and fizzy drink and Soft drink ?
A: Soda and pop are the same. Soft drink generally means soda because a hard drink is alcohol. And any drink with carbonation (bubbles) is a fizzy drink including club soda, tonic water and sparkling water! :)
Q: What is the difference between Can I have one soda and give me one soda ?
A: "can i have one soda" is a question, whereas "give me one soda" is a command and much more direct. can i have a soda is seen as more polite among strangers and acquaintances
Q: What is the difference between soda and pop ?
A: In America, they are different words for the same thing. In Britain, "pop" is a regional word for fizzy drinks. When I hear "soda" I think " soda water" which is a different thing- it's bitter and used in alcoholic drinks.
Q: What is the difference between soda water and sparkling water ?
A: They mean the same thing. Where you are from determines which one you say. In New York, we usually just call it seltzer, "You want seltzer or water?" but in a NY restaurant the waiter will say "sparkling water" instead, "Would you like sparkling water or still?" ("still" means no carbonation).

Translations of "Soda"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 사이다: soda...right?
A: no, cider i think
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? a soda
A: ‘Pop’ // example - a glass of pop, a bottle of pop, a can of pop.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you call the soda, juice or the like that you mix w/ an alcoholic beverage. is there a generic name to refer to them? For example in Spanish we say "mezcla"
A: a chaser
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I need to buy soda
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? soda pop
A: It depends where you are but "Pop", "Soda", "Coke", are the most used.

Other questions about "Soda"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce I love fast-food, soda and french fries on Sunday evenings..
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Q: The baking soda has deodorant effect and moisture absorbing action. does this sound natural?
A: A natural way to say it would be:
(The) Baking soda has a deodorizing effect and also absorbs moisture.
Q: Put baking soda in a glass container,and then drip a few aroma oil on it. does this sound natural?
A: Just a slight tweak; rather than saying "drip a few aroma oil-" say something like "drop a couple of drops of aroma oil." or "drip a few drops of aroma..." Hope this helps!
Q: A "Give me one of your favorite sodas."
B "Root beer. does this sound natural?
A: "Give me one of your favorite sodas" sounds natural. But if the answer is "Root beer", then you might mean "Tell me your favorite soda".

"One of your favorite sodaS" works because they have many bottles/cans of soda, and will give you one.

"Tell me your favorite soda" works because it really means "Tell me your favorite [type of] soda."

(And normally it would be a question. "What is your favorite soda?")
Q: You rub baking soda too much it'll make it worse, so don't rub carpet. does this sound natural?
A: "If you rub the baking soda too much it'll make it worse, so don't rub the carpet." - ○

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