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

The meaning of "Stab" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does it was my first stab in a more mainstream thing

stab? mean?
A: My first try.
stab = try, attempt
Q: What does I'll have a stab at a hard job. mean?
A: sure. It would be fine to use.
“I’ll take a crack at it” would also mean the same thing. 😊
Q: What does stabbed mean?
A: He stabbed her from the back!! - He killed her with a knife from the back
Q: What does stabbed mean?
A: furar, esfaquear, mas pode ter o sentido de magoar e ofender também.
Q: What does stabbed mean?
A: Basically pointing a weapon to someone's body and hitting them hard with it to create a wound which usually kills them.

Example sentences using "Stab"

Q: Please show me example sentences with stab.
A: “It feels like I have been stabbed in the chest” This can be used to describe how much your chest hurts.
“He felt a sudden stab of pain in the chest”
“Several of the victims suffered severe stab wounds”
“He died of a single stab wound to the heart”
Q: Please show me example sentences with to stab .
A: Thank you!
Q: Please show me example sentences with stab someone in the back.
A: I couldn’t imagine that she stabbed me in the back! I thought she was a kind and friendly girl.
Q: Please show me example sentences with stab in the back.
A: Figuratively: betray someone
My friend stabbed me in the back by telling everyone my secrets.

Synonyms of "Stab" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between stab and slaughter ?
A: Stab is to attack someone by sticking something into them (rip)

Slaughter means to kill, usually brutally
Q: What is the difference between stabbing and stinging ?
A: you could develop further, but basically stabbing as a verb is to directly hit someone with something in order to pierce them (although a stab does not have to necessarily pierce), and stinging can be done with a bee's or any other insect's stinger, or with a needle
Q: What is the difference between stab and prick ?
A: Both refer to piercing something, but prick is muck weaker, meaning only a slight puncture
E.g. "Careful not to prick yourself with that needle"
While stab is to pierce deeply, especially with a dagger or a knife
E.g. " They found the knife used to stab the victim"
Q: What is the difference between 'stab him from behind' and 'stab him in the back' ?
A: 'stab him in the back' is used metaphorically to mean decieving someone while 'stab him from behind' is probably used more literally :)
Q: What is the difference between stab and prick and stick ?
A: stab with a knife.
prick, from a pin or needle.
stick, in referencing to getting hurt by something, is similar to getting pricked, i feel like.

stabbing is usually more vicious--the wound would be deep.
pricking can happen while sewing, where you accidentally prick yourself.

Other questions about "Stab"

Q: As she spoke she stabbed the air with her finger.

what does it mean to stab the air??
A: Pointing up while speaking, like this :)
Q: I'll never stab you in the back.
I'll never betray you.

Are these expressions similar and natural?
A:

Hello!

The second one sounds more natural, but they are similar.

The first one would normally be an accusation. For example:

A: I'll never betray you!
B: You stabbed me in the back, I don't believe you!
or
A: I'll never betray you!
B: You're (you are) a backstabber, I don't believe you!
Q: "He promised he would come by 7. If he doesn't, it would be such a stab in the back." does this sound natural?
A: He promised he would come by 7. If he doesn't, it would be such a slap in the face.

I don't know that "stab in the back" is the best use here as someone not showing up on time isn't a behavior associated with "stabbing someone in the back."
Q: "I took a stab at learning how to dance, but it turned out I had a lack of ability." does this sound natural?
A: I took a stab at learning how to dance but, it turns out that I lack the ability. :3
Q: I could never think you would stab me in the back like this. does this sound natural?
A: maybe it'll be more natural if you use imagine instead of think

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