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

The meaning of "State" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does the curious state of tention mean?
A: 珍奇な(心理的)緊迫状態

こうで言いましょう:
その遠征の参加者達の間に存在していたとされし珍奇な心理緊迫状態
Q: What does "state beaches" or "state-operated beaches" mean?
A: That means the beaches are owned by the local or federal government. There are private beaches too
Q: What does in a less-than-clothed state mean?
A: When you are in a less-than-clothed state, it means you don't have as many clothes as you should have. For example, if you someone out to the convenience store in nothing but a bra and pants they would be in a less-than-clothed state.
Q: What does state bar exam mean?
A: This is an examination that law students take to become lawyers.
Q: What does Meanwhile, wealthy states like New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and California were among the least happy, even though their inhabitants have ambition in spades. What does "in spades" mean? mean?
A: I'm sorry I'm not entirely sure how to explain this properly. Using "because" makes the sentence sound very final and states it like a fact "because people are ambitious they are less happy", so maybe the author chose not to use that word because he's arguing something rather than stating a fact. It's hard to tell in just the one sentence what's going on in this article. He seems to be assuming that in general people would think ambitious people are happier because they are generally more successful in life and he's arguing that this is not entirely true. I don't know if this is helpful at all, sorry if I've just confused you further I'm just not sure what you're trying to understand.

Example sentences using "State"

Q: Please show me example sentences with in a state of .
A: “She is in a state of stress” “The country was in a state of crisis” “He was in a state of grief when his mom passed”
Q: Please show me example sentences with "state further".
A: - They further state that only the later can reflected in models.
- The authors further state that their approach is only applicable to videos with single animals and with little background clutter.
- They further state that this should provide a way for persons to trust and interact with other people at least with their colleagues.
- The students further state that the course would then be much more beneficial if it were evaluated both by them and by their teachers.
Q: Please show me example sentences with in a constant state of .
A: Some politicians like to keep their voters in a constant state of fear and anger. I have a friend that is so disorganized, they are in a constant state of turmoil. Even thought my doctor told me that my cancer has been cured, I am still in a constant state of fear. Have you ever known someone who is a fire lookout? They live alone in a tower on a mountain top for months at a time, just watching for fires. It takes a special sort of person to live in a constant state of loneliness like that.
Q: Please show me example sentences with in a state of .
A: In a state of panic, she forgot to take her medicine.
When she heard about the accident, she was in a state of panic.
Q: Please show me example sentences with state of the art.
A: These headphones are state of the art; the sound is phenomenal.
I don't need anything state of the art for my phone; I just want something simple.
That phone is state of the art; he can get all his office work done on it!

Synonyms of "State" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between state and commonwealth ?
A: in reference to the united states, 'commonwealth' is an older term that has been replaced by 'state.' Four states in the US continue to refer to themselves as commonwealths, but there is no legal difference.
Q: What is the difference between In which state do you live? and Which state do you live in? ?
A: Both are identical (and correct) but the first is a bit more formal, if you could even call it that — it's somewhat eloquent but really dated. Stick with the second in conversation.
Q: What is the difference between state and say ?
A: State is more formal, and would be used in a professional situation. Ex. "The suspect stated he was at home with his wife during the time of the robbery." Say is informal and is used ina casual conversation. Ex. "What did Sarah say about him?"
Q: What is the difference between in united states and in the united states ?
A: "in united states" is incorrect and "in the united states" is always correct because "the" is used for specific nouns. "United states" is a noun and is a group of states, these states cannot be found anywhere else. That's why "the" is used.

Ex: The dog shat on my shoe.

Not just any dog but a specific dog.

Ex: I want a dog.

Any breed, nothing specific.

Ex: I like Japan.

Japan also cannot be found anywhere else, it's a noun but does not have a group or a noun that is specific like "the United Kingdom," so no article is necessary.

I hope that made sense. (T^T)
Q: What is the difference between state and claim and assert and pofess ?
A: state vs claim
"state" is to express something clearly while "claim" is to declare/defend something to be true
examples:
Please state your name.
Do you claim to have seen the criminal?

assert vs profess
"assert" is to state a fact or belief with confidence and force while "profess" is to claim something driven by emotion
examples:
Do you assert the result of this science experiment?
He professed his love for her.

Translations of "State"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? united state americain
A: The United States of America
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? /// I’d like to know how to express state of woman who is dressed up and put on full make up. My friend told me that is “she was fully done up” Any suggestion?
A: Yes, you can say fully done up.
She is all put together ...
She is ready to rock and roll....
She is ready for action...
She is all done up...
She is ready from head to toe.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? united state
A: you are welcome
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? united state
A: United States
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the united states
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "State"

Q: I was asked to state my opinion on a news which is related to the security camera and I'm wondering if the comment below was natural.

"I think using security camera footage to identify the criminals are effective.

According to this news, it said 12994 out of 22318 crimes were involved footage from security or dashboard cameras.

Even though there is a possibility that innocent people are wrongly arrested,if its false charge rate is not so high, then there is no reason to stop using security cameras."

does this sound natural?
A: your words sound good but your pronunciation could use a bit of word (especially with consonants - stress d c and t sounds more)
otherwise it sounds great!
Q: We have to care about the state of our body especially in Summer, otherwise we can get sick easily, or even die. does this sound natural?
A: It sounds natural, but you have a few grammer mistakes. After the word "body" you should add a comma (,) and take out the comma after "easily".
Q: What do they eat in states? Burger or sandwitch, soup, bread, and what?
A: For breakfast in the morning many people eat cereal, or eggs. At lunch breaks I see many people eating salad and fruit. For dinner people eat meat,pasta, soup and many other different things!
Q: What do you call this position/ state of the dice?( after tossing/ rolling throwing it , you cannot read any number because of resting in this position).

A: You could say
"I rolled a cocked die."
"The die landed in a cocked position."
Q: What does "state" in 289 mean?
A: In this case it means a ceremonial occasion (Petrov's visit) involving a head of state. (Petrov is the head of state of Russia.)

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