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

The meaning of "Spoon" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does spoon mean?
A: Exactly like the pic when a couple lies next to each other like two stacked spoons:)
Q: What does "straight-up spoons" what does mean?
in this phrase "Every night before bed, she just straight-up spoons as close as she can to me"
it was in a video that the woman was talking about your cat. mean?
A: It means the cat honestly or without 'beating around the bush' curls up next to her.
Straight-up > means directly, honestly, without pretense
Spoons> in this case, means to cuddle up with the woman
Q: What does hovering with the spoon mean?
A: Ahh, I looked this up and it probably means when you are feeding patients, don’t float the spoon in front of them with the next spoon of food, because it makes them feel like they need to rush their eating.
Q: What does I call big spoon. mean?
A: The guys calls big spoon. He wants to be the cuddler. The girl therefore is the one being cuddled (little spoon). Put two spoons together and it makes sense.
Q: What does little spoon mean?
A:
the person in the back is the "big spoon" and the one being hugged the "little spoon".
I think it's because they go together and the big spoon can hold the little one.

Example sentences using "Spoon"

Q: Please show me example sentences with to spoon.
A: This is spooning
Q: Please show me example sentences with spoon.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with spoon.
A: I use a spoon to measure ingredients, the recipe requires a spoonful of sugar so I spooned some sugar in to my mixing bowl.

Synonyms of "Spoon" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between All the spoons are for cooking and All spoons for cooking ?
A: the first sentence is grammatically correct
Q: What is the difference between spoon and teaspoon ?
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Q: What is the difference between would you give a spoon? and would you grab me a spoon? and would you pass me a spoon? and would you get me a spoon? ?
A: Would you give me a spoon- A suggestion to get and then give a spoon to you
Would you grab me a spoon- Same exact meaning
Would you pass me a spoon- Same exact meaning however typically used if you are in close proximity to the person you are talking to.
Q: What is the difference between we eat with a spoon and fork and we eat with a spoon and a fork ?
A: Essentially no difference, both are fine.

Spoon and fork emphasises that these two items are put together as a pair.
A spoon and a fork emphasises that there is ONE of each item.
Q: What is the difference between a spoon of sugar and a spoonful of sugar ?
A: It's the same but spoonful of sugar is more common

Translations of "Spoon"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? small spoon
A: There's a jargon called spooning which means that two people cuddle/hug in bed.

The 'small spoon' is being hugged by the 'big spoon'.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? spoon
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? can you give a spoon please
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? spoon 1杯分の sugar を入れる。
A: half-spoonful.You might want to specify tablespoon or teaspoon in a recipe.

Other questions about "Spoon"

Q: I just tried to put a small spoon of a citric acid into coffee for fun. Guess what taste it would be like, it tasted like shit! Does this sound natural?
A: I just tried to put a small spoon of citric acid into coffee for fun. Guess what it taste it would be like, it tasted like shit!
Q: 1.Each spoon, fork and knife is......
2.Each spoon, fork and knife are.....
i would like to ask which one is correct?
A: 1. "is" is correct
Q: "since I didn't have a spoon, I had to improvise using the ladle." Does this sound natural?
A: you could also say, "since I didn't have a spoon, I improvised using a ladle".
Q: This spoon is as long as that spoon.

This spoon is the same length as that spoon. Does this sound natural?
A: Hi! Yes, the phrase 'This spoon is the same length as that spoon' sound more natural.
Q: spoon, fork ,knife Does this sound natural?
A: Fork was a bit off. Try this

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