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

The meaning of "Synonym" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Inevitable. Maybe you can say some synonym mean?
A: Inevitable means that something is bound to happen. "Inevitable" and "bound to happen"
mean that something takes place / happens for sure.
Q: What does "tacit" , is there popular synonyms for this word mean?
Q: What does synonym of homework and grade :
a) assignment
b) marks mean?
A: assignment can be homework or it can be schoolwork (done at school).

2. marks = grades. I got high marks in all my subjects but math. I got high grades in all my subjects except for math.

Q: What does synonyms mean?
A: A Synonym is a kind of word. It is a word that has a similar meaning to something. For example, the word "joyful" is a synonym for the word "happy"
Q: What does synonym mean?
A: So, again, a synonym is a word or phrase that means the same thing as another word or phrase. They can be any part of speech (noun, adjective, verb, etc.) as long as the two words are both the same one. I can see how some things about this would be tricky, for example, one could say "He expired", which is the same as saying he died. But you wouldn't be able to say, for example, "my passport died" If it has expired. One way you could sort this out is to thoroughly read all of the definitions of a word from a dictionary and write out your sentence using both of the original word and the one you think is a synonym. If it doesn't sound right, find a different word (also dictionaries usually list synonyms after the definition of a word, so that could help you as well). I think to formally classify as a synonym the two words must only mean the same thing, but some people say that if a word has multiple definitions and one of them matches another then in one sense those two words are synonyms, you just have to be careful about how you interchange them. The word pupil could refer to a part of an eye or a student. You couldn't say "the eye doctor looked at my student" but you could say "I studied with my fellow pupils". But enough with the basic background information! In order to help you understand synonyms, I suppose I should ask if you have any questions for me to answer about them?

Example sentences using "Synonym"

Q: Please show me example sentences with synonyms of bastard.
A: Ah missed that. You could use arsehole, git, wanker.

He is a complete arsehole.
What a wanker..

For bastard as in born to unmarried parents you can use illegitimate.

He was the illegitimate son of their romantic liaison.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Please tell the synonym about "enjoy"
For example: I very enjoy the concert.
Thanks a lot!!.
A: Sure thing! You can also use, "like," "love," or "to be fond of." Beyond that, you will sound very formal, with phrases like, "to take delight in."

I like rainy days.
I love rainy days.
I am fond of rainy days.
Q: Please show me example sentences with even-tempered.
and some synonyms.

A: calm, mellow, easy-going.
Someone who is even-tempered doesn't get angry or upset easily.
"She accidentally broke his favorite cup, and he didn't even get mad. He is so even-tempered."
"He doesn't get mad about anything. He is so even-tempered."
Q: Please show me example sentences with synonyms antonyms.
A: Synonyms- words that have the same or similar meaning
Some simple examples:
-Large, huge, gigantic, enormous
-sleepy, drowsy, tired
-weak, frail, fragile

Antonyms- words that have opposite meanings.
Some simple examples:

There really is no specific list for common words or expression for these. The list could go on for a very long time....dictionaries and thesauruses are good places to look more if these up👍🏼✨

Synonyms of "Synonym" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between synonym and synonymous ?
A: synonym are those words in a language that are different but mean the same thing.
whereas synonymous is something that is unknown.
Q: What is the difference between a synonym to and for and of ?
A: You would never say "a synonym to". You could say either of the other two (synonym for and synonym of) and they both mean the same thing. A synonym "of" is more usual. "Big is a synonym of large, and small is a synonym of little."
Q: What is the difference between synonym and synonymy ?
A: synonym is a word that has the same meaning as another word
ex cold and chilly
Cold and chilly are synonyms

synonymy isn't really a word I've seen before?
but synonymous is an adjective that says two words are synonyms of each other.
the words cold and chilly are synonymous of eachother
Q: What is the difference between synonym of and synonym for ?
A: They can normally both be used to mean the same thing:

Mad is a synonym for angry.

Mad is a synonym of angry.

^Both are correct.

BUT in some cases you can only use FOR.
Here’s an explanation from the internet:

(3) BUT -- as the Learner's Dictionary (on the Web) says -- there is one time when you

must use "for."

(a) When a word suggests a particular idea or quality:

(i) He is a tyrant whose name has been a synonym for oppression

Translations of "Synonym"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What’s a good synonym for “interlinkedness” or “the state of being inextricably intertwined”?
A: conjoined or symbiotic would work as good synonyms
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what are the synonyms for the word happy?
A: cheerful, contented, overjoyed, ecstatic, elated, joyous, delighted, pleased, pleasant, lively, merry, peaceful, upbeat, joyful, glad, jubilant, blessed, blissful
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? synonym of foreigner, especially used for foreign tourists. Almost looks like a slang.. I cannot remember plz help me
how about tripper or day-tripper, vacationist, visitor?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? which is synonym of verb to get?
A: Obtain (obtener)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? synonym please for "let's remind ourselves"
A: "Let's not forget" or maybe just "remember"

Other questions about "Synonym"

Q: Can you give me synonyms to the following words : beg , beggar , embarrassed , fancy , fee , precise ,precisely
A: beg, ask, plead,

beggar, a poor man, homeless man,

embarrassed, flustered, abash,

fancy, elegant, ornate,

fee, extra money charged, bill,

precisely, exactly, accurately,

*Precise and Precisely mean the same thing, they are just used in different ways.*
Q: What are synonyms for "coordinating ramp signals "?
A: On-ramp signals
ramp metering signals
ramp meters
ramp signals
flow signals

I'm getting my information from the first paragraph here:
Q: are 'as to' and 'as for' synonyms??
A: Yes, pretty much they are the same in everyday speech.
Q: I'm looking for a synonym of 'throw up'. The word starts with 'k' or 'q'. It sounds like 'quirk' or 'peek'.
A: @sango: "Puke" maybe?
Q: What are the synonyms of popular
A: It depends on what you are describing as 'popular'.
Some synonyms I could think of are 'established', 'renown', 'recognized', and 'well-known'.

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