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

The meaning of "Source" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does top source mean?
A: In your example, it means preferential choice.
Q: What does Only I must know the source of your power first. mean?
A: @DDabcc147 “source” is where it comes from, how it arises.

But just one thing, I must learn where you get your power, before ...
Q: What does source side mean?
A: It’s the places where somethings coming from.
Eg

The source of the music was going from a speaker.

My water source comes from rain water.
Q: What does if you can source a baby that I can pretend is mine too. mean?
A: "source" in this context means "find" or "provide."
Q: What does "source" mean?
A: Where something comes from.
Example: The city's water source is the lake.

Example sentences using "Source"

Q: Please show me example sentences with motivating source.
A: maybe you mean,

motivating factor

ex. fear is a motivating factor to follow somebody's command.
seeing fit individuals is a motivating factor to hit the gym.
Q: Please show me example sentences with source.
A: The source of the problem; Get the information from the source; the pain in my chest is a source of concern; what is the source of this product.
Q: Please show me example sentences with source .
A: Source (N/V) nguồn ( gốc) của cái gì. Từ thông dụng. Ex: Water is the source of life.
Q: Please show me example sentences with a source of .
A: Milk is a source of calcium.
She is a source of trouble to her family.
This child is a source of worry to me.
My friends are a source of trust and happiness.
Q: Please show me example sentences with source.
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Synonyms of "Source" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between a source and a resource and a supply ?
A: A source- if you have quoted someone, or you've gotten information from a book or person, they become your source. In that situation. A source can also be elemental. A water source can be a river.

A resource - is something you use. Wood is a great resource for fire. An amount of something to benefit something else. (like gold, food)

A supply is 'to make available to' - the farmer supplies pigs to butchers.

A supply of pigs goes to the butcher's. The farm is the supplier.
Q: What is the difference between source and resource ?
A: A resource is an extra tool to help you-like a supplement. When you learn English, this app, a book, a teacher, a student are all types of resources to better understand English.

A source is where it comes from. Like the sun is a source of light. It’s also a source for food for plants.

The source of kpop comes from Korea.
The source of learning comes from school.

Does that make sense?
Q: What is the difference between source and resource ?
A: a resource is something you prove or have been provided . like a book or money .

a source is someone or something where it originates/ comes from. so you can say that your mum is a source or happiness .
Q: What is the difference between source and resource ?
A: Source is where something came from, resource would be something you take from the source, Like natural resources such as gold or iron are taken from a source.
Q: What is the difference between They should still use traditional sources of information such as books. and They should still use traditional sources of information like books. ?
A: No difference in meaning. Such as and like are both used to give an example, in this case of traditional sources of information.

Translations of "Source"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? [ you must comment on source code in line by line by 7pm. ]
A: haha you too :) ♡♡
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sources
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? source
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to ask about a source of song. 1) is there any source of this song 2) Do you have the source of this song. which one is clearer?

Other questions about "Source"

Q: I am a good source if you find it hard to control the way you take care of your body. Does this sound natural?
A: You could say this instead:

"I am a good source to contact if you need advice on how to take care of your body."
Q: source: "Star power: Princes turn out for Star Wars premiere - BBC News" (from : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKn7i2YSQBM)

what does "turn out for" mean?
I know turn out that/ turn out to be, but what is turn out for?
A: It means they make an appearance. If you turn out to (or for) a party, it means you're visiting the party.
Q: Given two sources, however, it remains unclear how Australia will indeed gain equal access to an early childhood education across the Indigenous communities, and how the nation will develop a solution that can reduce the barriers laying in Indigenous Australians in terms of the accessibility to a quality early childhood education and care systems. Does this sound natural?
A: Given two sources, however, it remains unclear how Australia will indeed gain equal access to an early childhood education across the Indigenous communities, and how the nation will develop a solution that can reduce the barriers to Indigenous Australians in terms of the accessibility to a quality early childhood education and the care systems.
Q: A source of water is usually considered like a divine gift in barren deserts. Does this sound natural?
A: Sounds natural. Small correction:

"A source of water is usually considered to be like a divine gift in barren deserts."
Q: I don't know how to explain, but here is a source about it. I hope somebody has a better explanation. Does this sound natural?
A: Then I would say this: "I don't know how to explain it/this better, but here is the original source. I hope somebody has a better explanation."

I added "it" or "this" after "I don't know how to explain", because "explain" needs an object when used this way.

I also added the word "better", because "I don't know how to explain (this)" alone means that you are 100% unable to explain it. But since you wrote a paragraph, you can explain is somehow; maybe just not very well.

"Original source" describes that page where the information was "originally" present before you rephrased it. You could also say "the source of the information" or simply "its source".

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