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

The meaning of "Soil" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does What does "bare soil" mean? mean?
A: An area stripped to dirt. All the vegetation (including grass and weeds) is removed.
Q: What does the soil of the sun. mean?
A: The Soil and The Sun is a band.

The soil of the sun doesn't make any sense because there is no soil on the sun.
Q: What does soil fertility mean?
A: Plants can grow very well in the soil.
Q: What does soil mean?
A: soil is the ground that you plant fruit and veggies in

a soiled diaper is a dirty diaper
Q: What does foreign soil mean?
A: It refers to another country than your own. The phrase is simply a somewhat poetic way of saying "foreign country".

Example sentences using "Soil"

Q: Please show me example sentences with soil.
A: soil as in plant soil (noun):
I placed fresh soil in the flower pot.

soil (verb):
you soiled (stained) my dress.
or
don't you dare soil (disgrace) our family name with your mistakes.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to foul, to soil, to dirty .
A: Foul is usually used to describe something disgusting in nature.
There was a foul stench in the air.
Instead of foul the word awful is more commonly used.
It smells awful.

Soil is generally used to express that something is ruined.
My plan was soiled.
Ruined is used more than soiled in most cases.
You ruined my plan.

Rather than dirty we usually say messy.
Instead of to dirty its to make a mess.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with soil.
A: The soil is sterile, plants won't grow

The soil is wet after the rain
Q: Please show me example sentences with soil.
A: The soil was lacking in nutrients.

The rich soil was good for planting crops.

Don’t let it get soiled.

Worms are sometimes good for the soil.

The soil becomes moist when it rains.

Synonyms of "Soil" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between They raked the soil back over the seeds. and They raked the soil on the seed. ?
A: "They raked the soil back over the seed." is a more detailed way of saying "They raked the soil on the seed." But there arent any differences between the two, really.
Q: What is the difference between soil and ground ?
A: When we are growing something, we talk about the soil. The ground means below your feet. You might bury something in the ground but use good soil when planting something. :) Example: Roses can't grow in that soil because it has too much clay in it. The ground is too hard to dig up.
Q: What is the difference between soil dirt land mud and silt ?
A: Dirt and soil are mostly the same thing. Mud is dirt or soil mixed with water. Silt is fine (small pieces) soil. Land refers to the area, not the soil/dirt.
Q: What is the difference between soil and earth ?
A: Soil is specific to the ground that is damp, and used to plant seeds under.
Earth can mean that or many layers deeper down, rocks, etc

The soil is very damp so I planted a lot

Visiting the canyon allowed me to see the many layers of Earth at once
Q: What is the difference between "it can influence not only on soil diversity, but also on which species will survive..." and "it can influence not only soil diversity, but also which species will survive..." ?
A: a primeira opção está incorreta. nunca se fala "on soil"

Translations of "Soil"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? soil
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? soil
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? soil
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? soil pollution
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? soil khodna
A: Dig up soil ?!

Other questions about "Soil"

Q: Soil or dirty? (As verbs)

I soiled the carpet or I dirtied the carpet?

Both sound odd to me but I'd like to know what is the verb for it

A: Yes, both are odd.

“Soiled” usually implies pooped (cagar)💩 “the dog soiled the carpet” - the dog pooped on the carpet.

“I stained the carpet” (manchar) or “I got the carpet dirty” (ensuciar) are more natural.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce soil.
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Q: The soil in our yard is acidic. So, if it drizzles for one or two weeks more, the hydrangeas in the yard will have still stronger blues.
does this sound natural?
A: This sentence sounds natrual. or you could say "...strong blues...." instead of stronger.
Q: He smell the soil was bathed in sunlight. does this sound natural?
A: Instead, I would say, "He smelt the soil that was bathed in sunlight."
Q: soil and water contermination by radioactivity leaking at Fukushima nuclear power plant would be much more serious than I thought. does this sound natural?
A: "The soil and water contamination due to radioactive material leaking from the Fukushima nuclear power plant is much more serious than I thought."

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