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

The meaning of "Tin" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does the sewing tin mean?
A: The tin box where sewing supplies are kept (such as needles, thread, pins, and thimbles)

Metal boxes of cookies are often given as Christmas presents, and these are traditionally used as sewing tins when the cookies are all eaten.
Q: What does Used economically, a tin will last for weeks. mean?
A: I’m not sure of the context of this sentence but usually a tin is the same thing as a can. Like the metal can that food is stored in.
Q: What does tin of tuna mean?
A: can of tuna
Q: What does tin man (深层含义) mean?
A: It's the name of the robot man in the story "The Wizard of Oz". 🤖
Q: What does putting in tins(ex:Processed food is any food that has been changed in some way – by freezing it or putting it in tins ) mean?
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Example sentences using "Tin"

Q: Please show me example sentences with tự tin.
A: self-confidence danh từ
self-confident tĩnh từ
He's ready to take on difficult tasks because he has a lot of self-confidence.
He's very self-confident and believes he can handle difficult tasks.

Synonyms of "Tin" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between tin and can ?
A: A tin can be of any shape (mostly cuboidal) and is used for the storage of dry foodstuffs (eg: mints, biscuits, powders, etc). A can is normally cylindrical and is used to store wet foodstuffs/drinks/fluids, and more (eg: corn, beans, soft drinks, etc). Or at least that’s how I think of it.

Tin also refers to the element (Sn), which is what tin boxes were made of (nowadays they are mostly tin coated or simply steel). I’m no historian though so it might be worth digging into it a bit more :)
Q: What is the difference between tin of tuna and can of tuna ?
A: Tin is British. Can is American.
Q: What is the difference between tin and can ?
A: A can is made of aluminium, which is sometimes referred to as tin. A tin and a can are the same thing, but in the US we only use the word “can” to describe this container. You can also use them together to describe what type of can you are talking about. Both words describe containers, so you can’t go wrong if you use either of them.

“Can you grab that tin can for me?”

“I’m looking for a can of tomato soup.”

“Get the flour out of the tin that I placed on the counter earlier today.”

“The can is made of tin, which is also known as aluminium.”

“Aluminium cans keep food preserved for a very long time.”

“Will you throw that tin can in the recycling bin for me?”
Q: What is the difference between tin and can ?
A: a tin is used to describe things and is only used sometimes
>"a tin of sardines"
Q: What is the difference between tin foil and foil ?
A: Tin foil is just foil that used to be made from tin. Foil is primarily made from aluminum these days but some people still call all foils, tin foil.

Translations of "Tin"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tôi muốn cập nhật đến bạn thông tin mới nhất về thí nghiệm. Chúng tôi đã tiến hành thu mẫu mô học
A: I want to update you about the latest experiments. We collected histological samples.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tôi tin bạn
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bạn tin tôi chứ ?
A: Do you believe me?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? công nghệ thông tin
A: Information and Technology (IT)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tôi muốn trở thành một người siêu tự tin và giao tiếp tiếng anh tốt
A: I want to be very confident and communicate well in English.

Other questions about "Tin"

Q: She sorted out the tin cans from the garbage to recycle.
Does it sound right?
A: sounds fine to me
Q: Please show me how to pronounce ‎Willy will bend twenty tin bins with his legs. .
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Q: Would you call it a tin box?
A: Actually, that's called a TIN CANISTER: https://www.google.com/search?ei=1dBxWtXEJ4L8zgLR_rnYAg&q=tin+canister&oq=tin+canister&gs_l=psy-ab.3..0i67k1j0l9.32628.32628.0.34553.1.1.0.0.0.0.58.58.1.1.0....0...1.1.64.psy-ab..0.1.57....0.ydnfTcNduFQ
Q: "you can put it in a tin can and make it a rattle out of it" Does this sound natural?
A: Sounds good for the most part, I would just change it and say "You can put it in a tin can and make a rattle out of it."
Q: Can it be opened with a tin opener? Does this sound natural?
A: "Can it be opened with a can opener?"

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