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

The meaning of "Temple" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does This temple name is Kiyomizu-dera.
Jan leno was here of "wasabi"movie (2003).
Surely, there surprise you this good view!! mean?
A: I assume that you want corrections? :)

This temple name is Kiyomizu-dera. → This temple’s name is Kiyomizu-dera.
Jan leno was here of "wasabi"movie (2003). → Jean Reno was here for the movie “Wasabi” (2003).
Surely, there surprise you this good view!! → Surely, you would be surprised by the good view there!!

I wasn’t sure about the last sentence. Feel free to let me know if the meaning isn’t what you intended!
Q: What does No cursed temple was so foreboding, no cavern path so treacherous, that any concern for his own survival could dissuade him from entering if rumors hinted that some pamphlet of primordial lore might still survive in its depths. mean?
A: It means no matter the danger of the cursed temple or a dangerous path of a cave would stop him from entering the temple if there were rumors that there is still artifacts inside.

even easier: It doesn't matter to him how dangerous the temple and its paths are, he will go in to see the artifacts that may be inside.
Q: What does temple grandin? mean?
A: Temple Grandin (yeah, it's a strange name) was a woman who was a professor and researcher of animal behavior. She was also autistic, and taught a lot about that. She was very passionate about compassion for animals.

I don't know the context of your quote, but it sounds like the person was acting like Temple Grandin.
Q: What does temple mean?
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Q: What does are you going to the temple? mean?
A: It is simply asking if a person is going to temple, meaning a house of prayers. Asking if they are going to the prayer house.

Example sentences using "Temple"

Q: Please show me example sentences with temple.
A: We often go to the temple to pray.
The temple was very full today!
A temple is a holy place.
Many religions use temples as their place of worship!
Q: Please show me example sentences with temple (like part of body, please).
A: The scratch was on her temple, near her eye.
The new eyewear frames minimally cover her temples.
Q: Please show me example sentences with square, temple, town hall.
A: "The barber shop was located in the square."
"The temple was the most sacred place within 10 miles."
"Take your papers down to the town hall to get them signed."
Q: Please show me example sentences with temple, town hall, an art gallery, castle, departament store, casrle, art gallery.
A: Jewish people worship at temple, not church.
The ancient Greeks built temples to their gods.

The town hall is located in the center of the city.
If you want to vote or meet with your representatives, go to a meeting at the town hall.

I went to an art gallery last weekend with my friends to look at the new paintings.
When I get better at painting, I hope to open my own art gallery.

I want to visit Europe to see all of the medieval castles.
Kings and queens lived in castles surrounded by high walls.

I need some new clothes, so I'm going to the department store downtown.
The department store sells clothes, books, jewelry, and toys.

Synonyms of "Temple" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between temple and shrine ?
A: A temple is a building and a shrine is a little worship thingy, like a tabernacle. For instance a church is a temple. Temple is also a simile for the side of your head by your ear.
Q: What is the difference between temples and shrines (寺社)  and shrines and temples(神社仏閣、社寺) ?
A: @mimi444 あーなるほど。

I don’t think one order is more common than the other. They are two separate, independent words, so it might be either.

I think “temple” is more common, of the two words. We have temples here but few places called a shrine.
Q: What is the difference between temple and shrine ?
A: A temple is a building, a shrine is a monument or tribute to something or someone and can be either outdoors or inside a building, like a temple.
Q: What is the difference between temple and sanctuary ?
A: As nouns the difference between temple and sanctuary is that temple is a building for worship or temple can be (anatomy) the slightly flatter region, on either side of the head, back of the eye and forehead, above the zygomatic arch and in front of the ear or temple can be (weaving) a contrivance used in a loom for keeping the web stretched transversely while sanctuary is a place of safety, refuge or protection.

As a verb temple is to build a temple for; to appropriate a temple to.

Translations of "Temple"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does this TO here mean?

He was found in a temple ★to the wind god Ehecatl at Tlatelolco, suggesting to some

風の神のEhecatlへの寺の中で?


https://curiosity.com/topics/the-aztec-death-whistle-makes-one-of-the-scariest-sounds-youll-ever-hear-curiosity/
A: It means something like "for". It could be replaced with "dedicated to".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “they set temple in fire, many rooms still covered with soot” is it Ok? should I have added “the walls of the rooms...” or it’s OK without “walls of rooms”
A: thanks a lot! You have helped me so much!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? temple
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Other questions about "Temple"

Q: The temple which was explored by archaeologists was used as a place of worship from the fifteenth century B.C. until Roman times. They found some clay fragments of fifteen status in the most sacred palace of the temple. Each statues represented a goddess. The body of one statues was found at remains of the fifteenth century B.C. Its head was found at remains of the fifth century B.C. This head must have been found in Classical times and carefully preserved. Even at that time, it was very precious. When the archaeologists reconstructed these fragments, they were amazed to find that the goddess was a very modern-looking woman. does this sound natural?
A: Made just a few minor edits --- very nice!
The temple which was explored by archaeologists was used as a place of worship from the fifteenth century B.C. until Roman times. They found some clay fragments of fifteen [statues] in the most sacred [part] of the temple. Each [statue] represented a goddess. The body of one [of the] statues was found [in] remains of the fifteenth century B.C. Its head was found [in] remains of the fifth century B.C. This head must have been found in Classical times and carefully preserved. Even at that time, it was very precious. When the archaeologists reconstructed these fragments, they were amazed to find that the goddess was a very modern-looking woman.
Q: This temple is famous for that it was built by Jinul monk.
"feel free to correct, give another natural one" does this sound natural?
A: if it is a group of monks:

this temple is famous for BEING built by Jinul monks.

if it is a single monk:

this temple is famous for being built by a Jinul monk.

if it is a monk named Jinul:

this temple is famous for being built by the monk Jinul.
Q: He pointed to a beautiful temple and we came in does this sound natural?
A: A better way to phrase that would be 'He pointed to a beautiful temple and we went inside.'
Q: About a temple in Japan : I would like you to change this to more natural English please.
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A temple "_____" organizes more than ten events in a year.
For me, the great ones of them all are new year's festival (at the beginning of January) and summer festival (at the beginning of August) because they set up many kinds of food booths in the temple at these festival seasons.
You can also enjoy their traditional view and cultures in the temple. does this sound natural?
A: - The temple ____ organizes more than ten events in a year.

- For me, the greatest ones of them all are the New Year's Festival (at the beginning of January) and the Summer Festival (at the beginning of August)...

The rest are natural as they can be 😃.
Q: 1. The temple is the most famous one in Kyoto.
2. The temple is famous in Kyoto. does this sound natural?
A: They are both natural, but the meanings are very different.

The first sentence means the temple is located in Kyoto and it is the most famous (it is probably famous for people all over Japan and all over the world).

The second one means the temple is famous among people in Kyoto. People in Kyoto know this temple, but maybe people in Tokyo don't know it, for example.

Does that make sense?

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