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

The meaning of "Sphere" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You must not be able to pass a 100mm sphere through the opening, this is why we have either a Riser downstand. (I can' understand " to pass a 100mm sphere and Riser downstand :( ) mean?
A: The steps on a set of stairs are known as risers. In some stairs there is a gap between each step (the back of the step is not filled in). This is dangerous for young children who might slip through the gap. Therefore a piece of wood or similar is fixed underneath the front or back of the step but not completely closing the gap, and this is known as a riser backstand. To meet regulations, you must not be able to push a 100mm sphere through the gap as this represents a child's head. Similar regulations apply to balconies.

Example sentences using "Sphere"

Q: Please show me example sentences with sphere.
A: The beach ball is a sphere.
The Earth is a sphere shape.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sphere.
A: -The Earth is a cold sphere.
-A sphere is a figure.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sphere.
A: There aren’t many common expression using “Sphere” but, if you want to describe something that is shaped as a sphere, you would say “the (insert object) is a sphere” or “the (insert object) is shaped like a sphere” or anything along those lines :)

Synonyms of "Sphere" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between sphere and ball ?
A: A sphere is a shape, a ball is an object.
Q: What is the difference between sphere and globe ?
A: They mean the same thing, but “sphere” is more commonly used for describing shape, and “globe” is more commonly used for the earth.
The globe is a sphere.
Q: What is the difference between sphere and scope ?
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Q: What is the difference between sphere and scale ?
A: I'm no law student, but I guess "sphere" in that context could mean when it would be appropriate to use something. Meaning, if a situation is outside of the "sphere of application," you shouldn't use it.

Translations of "Sphere"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sphere
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sphere
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? social sphere
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sphere
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Other questions about "Sphere"

Q: In which sphere you are working? Does this sound natural?
A: Americans would say "field", not sphere. I don't think people would understand you if you said "sphere".

I would also maybe say..

"What field do you work in?"
Q: I am far from this sphere but want very much to help you.

Does this sound natural?
A: @IrinaVB: It should be "I know little about this area but I would very much like to help you."
Q: Which one is more correct to say?
On the national sphere, English is considered as a tool to promote culture.
Or
On the national sphere english is considered a tool?
A: I would use the first one, but it should be, "On the national sphere, English is considered a tool to promote culture."
Q: The political sphere is full of policy suggestions unnecessary to solve the housing crisis. The most intuitive, advocated by Jeremy Corbyn and even some conservatives, is for the government to build many more social homes. In the absence of a plan for substantially increased private sector housebuilding, this old and failed policy is becoming more and more attractive to those locked out of the housing market or paying high rents.

I want to ask what does"intuitive" mean? why it is used there?
A: intuitive suggestion = the first which comes to the mind (with no mental efforts)

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