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

The meaning of "Sunglasses" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ///////////


cool shades= sunglasses mean?
A: YES! shades is another word for sun glasses
Q: What does 16. I have sunglasses, but I wan to say that only 1 part is broken.. how I could say that? " "I have a sunglass broken"? is it ok? mean?
A: A way to say that is:
A of the parts of my glasses is broken.
hope i helped !
Q: What does her sunglasses are peeking out from underneath the Bill of the hat mean?
A: it means you can see her glasses from under her hat
Q: What does sunglasses mean?
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Q: What does She slipped on sunglasses mean?
A: It means the same thing as "She put on sunglasses."

Example sentences using "Sunglasses"

Q: Please show me example sentences with sunglasses.
A: "Sunglasses" can be used in pretty much any sentence because it's an object, but you might hear these.

"I forgot my sunglasses!"

"It's so sunny today, I need to put on my sunglasses."

"It will be summer soon so I need to buy some sunglasses."

Synonyms of "Sunglasses" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between She always wears sunglasses and She always wearing sunglasses ?
A: She is always wearing sunglasses.

She always wear glasses
Q: What is the difference between sunglasses and shades ?
A: shades is a slang word for sunglasses....
Q: What is the difference between I wish I could find my sunglasses. I really need them. and I wish I found my sunglases. I really need them. ?
A: I wish I could find >>I'm searching right now about sth. and I hope to find it
I wish I found>>I have searched before but I haven't found it..maybe there is no chance to find it
Q: What is the difference between whose sunglasses are these? and whose are these sunglasses? ?
A: "Whose sunglasses are these" is correct.
Q: What is the difference between sunglasses and eyewear ?
A: "eyewear" isn't a word.

Translations of "Sunglasses"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the sunglasses for nearsighted people
A: prescription sunglasses
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? are these sunglasses yours?
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? these sunglasses are tight/loose
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Other questions about "Sunglasses"

Q: she put her sunglasses on and lay down
on the sand of the beach to sunbathe.
She'd like to suntan all over her body, but she changed her mind because she forgot her sunblock on the upper shelf of the wardrobe. does this sound natural?
A: I would probably say something like “She put on her sunglasses and laid down on the sandy beach to soak up the sun. She would like to get a tan, but she forgot her sunblock on the top shelf of her wardrobe.”
Q: I have just bought sunglasses, but I think I should interchange it for a new one does this sound natural?
A: replace interchange with exchange .

If you had two of these you could interchange among them .
Q: What is the correct (or more common):
"I always wear sunglasses on the beach" or
"I always use sunglasses on the beach"
A: The first is correct in your use of the sunglasses (you wear them because they're a clothing article) but you don't say on the beach. (You could say "use sunglasses" but you'd have to talk about their purpose and what they're used for). Because it's a place, you would say "at the beach." Sure you can say "on the beach" but it's more natural to say at. You wouldn't say "on the pool" or "on Mcdonald's" the same rule applies here.

Hope this helped!
Q: -Don't put my sunglasses on the table with their lenses down . You might scratch them and it won't be good for my eyes - why -because there will be scratches on the lenses. does this sound natural?
A: Your pronunciation was good.

I said a little unnatural because "it won't be good for my eyes" sounds weird in this context.

I'd say something like..
"You might scratch them, and if they get scratched I won't be able to see clearly when I wear them"
Q: are these sunglasses UV protective? does this sound natural?
A: You can also say, "do these sunglasses protect against UV rays?"

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