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

The meaning of "Stem" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You ain't got your stem on you tonight? mean?
A: Ah I see. En esta contexto, es como "la pipa" para drogas
Q: What does stems from mean?
A: to occur or develop as a consequence :have or trace an origin For example; her success stems from hard work
Q: What does stem from mean?
A: It means to come from or develops from. Example from Merriam dictionary: Most of her health problems stem from an accident she had when she was younger. It means her health problems are because of the accident before.
Q: What does stem mean?
A: To stop or restrict
Q: What does the stem of the sentence mean?
A: sentence stem is part of a sentence, where you're only given either the beginning, the middle, or the ending of a sentence, and you'll have to fill out the rest to make it into a complete sentence.

1. I am happiest when......
2. .....................(,) he immediately ran out of the building.

Example sentences using "Stem"

Q: Please show me example sentences with stem from~.
A: “Stem from” meaning a result/outcome caused from someone or something.
For example:
1.) His chronic pain stemmed from the car crash. (Meaning: because he was in a car crash, he now has a lot of constant pain.)
2.) Her love of flowers actually stems from watching her grandma tend to the garden. (Meaning: because she watched her grandma in the garden, she grew to love flowers.)
3.) Sam’s dream of becoming a doctor stems from the memory of being in the hospital with a broken arm as a kid. (Meaning: Sam wanted to be a doctor ever since that time he/she broke his/her arm.)
4.) My dads fear of dogs stems from that time he got bit by one. (Meaning: My dad developed a fear of dogs because he got bit.)

I know this is long, but I hope it can help!
Q: Please show me example sentences with stems.
A: Roses are beautiful but their thorny stems are viscous.

The more grains a stem of rice has the more it bows it’s head. This natural phenomena teaches humans that the more we have the more humble we should be.

I applaud Prince Harry and Meghan for promoting young women participating in STEM programs.
Q: Please show me example sentences with stem from.
A: Her ​problems ​stem from her ​difficult ​childhood

Synonyms of "Stem" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between stem from and because ?
A: "stem from + noun "
for example:
Her problems stem from  childhood.

"because+ sentence"
for example:
I phoned because I needed to talk to you.

Q: What is the difference between stem and stalk ?
A: Stem = stalk (usually interchangeable)
Stalk is supportive.
Stem is branching from a support.

A flower from the ground grows on a stalk.
A flower on a tree or bush grows from a stem.
Q: What is the difference between stem and curb ?
A: Those two sentences mean different things, depending on the idea behind it. But, the second statement using the word curb as the verb makes more sense.
Q: What is the difference between stem from and arise from ?
A: There is not much difference. Both are used in academic settings.

For example:

"Poverty stems from .."

"Poverty arises from.."

I think stems from usually sounds more natural.
Q: What is the difference between stem from and derive from ?
A: Anger often stems from pain or fear.

This formula is derived from the Pythagorean theorem.

"Stem from" is usually used when talking about two things that are related by one being caused by or growing from another. "Derive from" is a mathematical term, the way I have heard it used.

Hope this helps! :3 英語が上手ですね!頑張って下さい!


Translations of "Stem"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 昨日の強風でバラの茎が折れました。
The stem of the rose was broken by a strong wind of yesterday.
A: The stem of the rose was broken by the strong wind yesterday. (of を入れるのは不自然)

↑Using "the" here also implies that the listener probably knows about the wind.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? stem
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Stem"

Q: Follow its slim stem up past Elaine Waters' black nail polish, past the forearm tattoo of the last design she sketched in hospital. Then up to those bright, mascara-accented eyes.

I don't understand this part of this article.
Is that part written grammatically?
A: This part of the article is trying to portray an image of her. The stem refers to the cane she uses and then you imagine her black nail polish. Then you look further up, imagining her arm, which has a tattoo. The tattoo is of a sketch she did while she was in hospital once. You continue to move further up, to her eyes, which have mascara around them.

Did this help? I’m not quite sure if this is what you were trying to understand or not. Sorry.
Q: How is the stem class like? Does this sound natural?
A: I would probably say "What is the stem class like?"
Q: I picked off the stem of the strawberry for her Does this sound natural?
A: “I picked the stem off of the strawberry for her” sounds more natural
Q: This stem of red currant is covered with a cobweb. Correct this pls
A: This red currant stem is covered in cobwebs.
There was a stem which seemed to be broken, and I have done like a plaster cast with a toothpick and sellotape. Does this sound natural?
A: A stem appeared to be broken, so I put a plaster on it made of toothpicks and sellotape.

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