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

The meaning of "Sushi" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You're sushi! mean?
A: @lo9 Sometimes in anime, they have crazy names for powers, I know one that’s called Ja Jicken, or something along that. Some anime’s have silly catchphrases that you use to add more dramatic affect to it. In another anime for example, it’s a volleyball themed, whenever this person does a spike, there are people screaming “Ole”. That doesn’t mean anything, it’s just there to add more dramatic effect and maybe interest some viewers a little bit more.
Q: What does I'll treat you to sushi. mean?
A: it means “we will got out to eat sushi, and I will pay” (treat you)
Q: What does is that how you say sushi I’m going to try to learn japanese. mean?
A: それは「すし」の言い方ですか。日本語を習ってみます。
Q: What does ​​Is the sushi lunch sushi and soup? mean?
A: I think "the sushi lunch" is a special meal set. They want to know if there is sushi and so in the "sushi lunch" set.

Synonyms of "Sushi" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between A) I have bought the sushi already and B) I bought the sushi already ?
A: A is probably the more formal way of saying it, but most people would shorten 'I have' into 'I've'.
Q: What is the difference between A) I sold some moldy sushi to customers and B) I sold customers some moldy sushi ?
A: There is no difference. You are still modifying the sushi, calling it moldy. It doesn't matter the order, as long as it's clear the adjective is for the object you're trying to modify.
Q: What is the difference between A) I feel sorry for eating your sushi and B) I feel bad for eating your sushi ?
A: I feel bad is more common and maybe the correct way to say it but I hear plenty of people say "I feel sorry" so either one is fine.
Q: What is the difference between Japanese like sushi. and Japanese people like sushi. ?
A: No difference, but saying Japanese people like sushi sounds better
Q: What is the difference between a sushi bar and a sushi restaurant ?
A: A sushi restaurant is a bit more fancy than a sushi bar.

A sushi bar may just be a few chefs preparing sushi at a counter. A sushi restaurant is usually a whole business, usually serving whole meals.

Translations of "Sushi"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I can only eat sushi sometimes because it's not affordable isn't it.
A: @hironori_
It does, but you need a little tweaking.

I can only eat sushi sometimes because it's too expensive, don’t you agree?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? talking to sushi
A: Ok, I understand now. In conversation it would sound wrong. If it's the name of a YouTube channel it would sound a little unnatural. Talking with sushi sounds better.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sushi
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? chciałabym jeść sushi
A: I want to eat sushi
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Nienawidzę sushi
A: I hate sushi

Other questions about "Sushi"

Q: The sushi of Hokkaido is delicious.
北海道の寿司はおいしいです。 Does this sound natural?
A: The sushi in Hokkaido is delicious. or Hokkaido's sushi is delicious.
Q: I make sushi or i cook sushi.


Which's better?
A: To "cook" means to make something by applying heat to it (frying, baking, boiling, etc).

You cook/make rice.
You make sushi.
Q: When we eat sushi at home, we wrap some vinegared rice and sashimi with a seaweed sheet by hand by ourselves. Does this sound natural?
A: Consider this: "When we eat sushi at home, we wrap rice (mixed with vinegar) and sashimi in a sheet of seaweed by hand ourselves." :)
Q: I ate sushi for 2000yen(寿司を2000円分食べた) Does this sound natural?
A: Grammatically it's correct, nothing wrong but if your speaking to a friend and want to sound "natural" you would say: "I just had some sushi for 2000 yen". I know it doesn't sound necessarily right but it's more of an informal way of talking.
Q: I went to the Kura-Sushi that it's one of the most popular sushi shop in Japan.
Kura-sushi's new menu item is Shari-currypan, and I ordered it.
It's a deep-fried bread with thickened curry-rice inside. and it's unusual curry bread. Does this sound natural?
A: 直しました。何かわからなかったら、僕に教えてください。I went to Kura-Sushi, one of the most popular sushi shops in Japan. Kura-sushi's new menu item is Shari-currypan, which I ending up ordering. It's a deep-fried bread with a thickened curry-rice mix inside. and it was quite unusual for curry bread.

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