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

The meaning of "Strand" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does they stranded mean?
A: If you're stuck somewhere with no way of getting anywhere else, you're stranded.

‘They stranded’ is not correct.

The correct way to use it in your example would be:

‘They are stranded’ if they are stranded at this moment

‘They were stranded’ if it was in the past.

‘They will be stranded’ if it happens in the future.
Q: What does a strand of hair mean?
A: A single piece of hair. Dont know why but we use different words to describe a single piece of something.
For example a grain of sand is basically a single piece of sand.
Q: What does stranded mean?
A: It means "alone"

For example:
"Help! My plane crashed and I'm stranded on an island!"
Q: What does strand of DNA or RNA surrounded by a layer of protein that can infect and replicate in host cell mean?
A: 我猜这应该是一个长句的一部分吧?“能infect宿主细胞、并能在其中复制的,被蛋白质层包裹着的DNA或RNA链”,不知道对不对...

Example sentences using "Strand"

Q: Please show me example sentences with stranded.
A: My car broke down and I was stranded on the road.
My friends left the concert and I felt stranded In the crowd.
Q: Please show me example sentences with stranded.
A: I can’t believe my friend left me stranded at the store. They were my ride home. Now I have to walk home.

After the boat sank, the sailors were left stranded on a small island. They waited for a rescue boat.
Q: Please show me example sentences with strand .
A: I found a strand of hair on the ground.

Ew! That strand of cheese is stale.

The strand of ribbon is tied tightly.

I made sure to put the ribbons into strands.
Q: Please show me example sentences with stranded.
A: @Ri-na Flights were cancelled and passengers were left stranded at the airport.
Q: Please show me example sentences with stranded.
A: "The boat left early, so we were stranded there until the next day".

Synonyms of "Strand" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between strand (of hair) and lock (of hair) ?
A: A strand of hair is a single piece of hair. A lock of hair is a chunk of your hair (like if someone cut part of it off)
Q: What is the difference between a strand of hair and a lock of hair ?
A: a strand is 1 piece of hair, while a lock of hair is 1 or more pieces
Q: What is the difference between strands and thread ?
A: Nope. A wool is definitely thicker than hair. It has to be thin to call something 'a strand of'
Q: What is the difference between strand of hair and hair's breadth ?
A: a strand of hair is just "one" hair particle, while a hair's breadth is a small amount of hair, but more than one, and usually "hair's breadth" is used as an idiom. for example, "she won the race by a hair's breadth" means "she won the race by a small margin. An example of "strand of hair" would be, " I found a strand of gray hair, while I was brushing my hair" , etc
Q: What is the difference between stranded and lost ?
A: Stranded is where you're stuck somewhere without any way out(figuratively or literally). Lost is when you've lost your way(figuratively or literally). You can be lost and stranded at the same time, which kind of sucks.
"Well, whaddya know. We're lost."

"I can't believe the engine blew! We're stranded!"

"We're in some foreign country with a broken down vehicle. Way to go, us. Lost and stranded."

Translations of "Strand"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? stranded
A: This answer might be useful.

Other questions about "Strand"

Q: There is a strand of hair in the food. Does this sound natural?
A: Yes, it does!

In spoken English, you might also hear “there’s a hair in my food,” but “a strand of hair” is more grammatically correct! :)
Q: What does it mean ‘patented strand of synthetic dna’? Does that mean that an actual DNA of someone??
A: wow i just learned a lot, i just googled it. so the DNA is not an actual DNA of a person hahaha since it’s *synthetic* my bad i read it without thinking!! i’m sorry!

so when a sports player sign their signature they have an expert that is there with them when they sign it. this expert creates a label that proves this signature is real and not fake. the DNA part is where they use technology to make a traceable (just like DNA of a human being) to the owner of the signature. they have some form of technology to analyze the structure (DNA) of the signature so they can confirm it is the celebrity that signed it and not someone else

i hope that makes sense!

refer to this website to explain it in more detail

does that make more sense for u?
Q: Please show me how to pronounce tucked a strand of hair behind her ear.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Hey! I got a strand of your hair in my eyes! Does this sound natural?
A: "hey! i got some of your hair in my eyes!"

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