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

The meaning of "Sweet" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does sweet and low mean?
A: Sweet 'n Low is a brand of artificial sweetener.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet%27n_Low
Q: What does you’re sweet mean?
A: 你很甜!(通常意味對方做事體貼,言談浪漫)
Q: What does sweet mean?
A: Doce/fofo. Depende do contexto
Q: What does sweet mean?
A: Doce
(Também pode ser um apelido carinhoso)
Q: What does sweet mean?

Example sentences using "Sweet"

Q: Please show me example sentences with sweets e candy.
A: "Candy" and "sweets" are the same thing. The word "candy" is used in the US, and the word "sweets" is used in the UK.

In the US, "candy" is an uncountable noun. For example:
- My children love to eat candy.
- I don't want my children to eat too much candy.

In the UK, a "sweet" is a countable noun. For example:
- My children love to eat sweets.
- I don't want my children to eat too many sweets.

Q: Please show me example sentences with sweet.
A: Examples: “He was very sweet to send me the gift.” “The ice cream tasted sweet.” “This was a sweet deal and I feel like I got a bargain.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with sweet.
A: he /she is so sweet (nice)
how sweet of you (how kind )
this is sweet (taste)
sweet! (slang for nice /great)
Q: Please show me example sentences with How do you distinguish the 'sweet' and the 'sweets' when you talk about something sweet.



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A: you would use "sweet" because you said "a" meaning only one. If you are talking about many, drop the "a" and use "sweets" because the "s" on the end makes it plural.

Synonyms of "Sweet" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between sweet and candy ?
A: Sweet pode ser usado para falar coisas do tipo "She is Sweet" ela é doce
Candy só pode ser usado para doce de comida "I love this candy" eu amo esse doce. :)
Q: What is the difference between sweet and candy ?
A: Candy = type of sweet (lollipops)

Sweet = feeling and/or taste

"That candy tastes sweet!" (Taste)
"You're so sweet!" (Feeling)
"I like this candy." (Type)
Q: What is the difference between I have eaten sweets and I have been eating sweets ?
A: "I have been eating sweets"

-> I have been eating sweets recently. You have only been doing it lately.
It still happens, but you don't have to be necessarily doing it now.
It just shows that you're eating sweets recently.

"I have been eating sushi for lunch"

Means, lately, for lunch, you eat sushi.

"I have eaten sushi for lunch"
Means, just now, for lunch, you ate sushi.
Q: What is the difference between "sweets" and "candies" ?
A: "Sweets" can mean anything sweet, like, cake, pie, or candy. Candy is usually small and wrapped, like bubble gum, lollipops, and chocolate bars.
Q: What is the difference between sweet as and cool as ?
A: "Sweet as..." would be used to describe things that have qualilities like being a mixture of nice, kind, generous, etc and cute, lovely, etc. Such as in the sentence: The girl is as sweet as honey. Or, The baby is as sweet as pie.
"Cool as..." would be use to describe things with qualities like, rich, heroric, popular, brave, etc. Although you wouldn't really hear some say "she is as cool as...". Instead you might hear, She is so cool. Wow, she is cool etc.

Translations of "Sweet"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? After she put my sweets into a shopping bagI tried to pay.But she suddenly took my wallet and checkedinside of it.And she said me You have a lot of money. Buymore sweets!!Her saying was very harsh. I wanted to run away but I couldn’t.
A: After she put my sweets into the shopping bag, I tried to pay, but she took my wallet and checked inside of it and she said to me, “you have a lot of money! Buy more sweets!” Her actions were shocking. I wanted to run away, but I couldn’t.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sweetsを食べるのを我慢できなかった
A: I cannot stand eating sweets
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this sweets is famous food in japan. it’s correct?
A: These sweets are one of Japan’s most famous foods.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sweet
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sweet

Other questions about "Sweet"

Q: We have sweets of limited sale, which were featured on TV. Does this sound natural?
A: No problem! "We have a limited quantity of sweets for sale" should work.
Q: These Japanese sweets have soft and puffy texture. Does this sound natural?
A: @monica8: it sounds fine, almost. However for grammar, you need to say "these japanese sweets have a soft and puffy texture." the word "a" may not seem important, but without it the sentence doesnt appear right.
Q: These are Japanese sweets with soft and puffy texture. Does this sound natural?
A: These are Japanese sweets with a soft and puffy texture.
Q: I decided to buy the assorted baked sweets with price $2,000. Does this sound natural?
A: I decided to buy the assorted baked sweets that cost $2,000.

(I really hope that's 2000 yen, not $2000.)
Q: I am going to bring My favorite sweets for you !!
May you like it.
I hope you will be looking foward to it. Does this sound natural?
A: I'm going to bring my favorite sweets for you!!
I think you'll like them.
I hope you'll look forward to it.

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