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

The meaning of "Tube" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I sit on the tube mean?
A: Thank you
Q: What does stern tube mean?
A: Tubo a stelo
Q: What does tube mean?
A: Like tunnel

Example sentences using "Tube"

Q: Please show me example sentences with tube.
A: I bought a tube of toothpaste today.
My bicycle has a flat tire, I will need to patch the tube.
I like to go sledding in inner tubes.
American wind chimes have a tubular shape; Japanese wind chimes are bell shaped.
Old transistors were made using vacuum sealed tubes (vacuum tubes).

なかなか難しい言葉ですね。
Q: Please show me example sentences with take tube .
A: Can I take a tube to Westminster?

Does the tube go to Maida Vale?

You can take the tube between Waterloo and Liverpool Street.
Q: Please show me example sentences with tube.
A: do you mean tube as in underground train or an actual tube?
Q: Please show me example sentences with tube.
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Synonyms of "Tube" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between tube and subway and train and underground ?
A: A train is a type of vehicle.
All the rest are the same thing; a train that runs (primarily) underground.
"Train" usually refers to the vehicle when it's above ground, but can be used to refer to the underground type, such as in "subway train."
Q: What is the difference between tube and pipe ?
A: Tubes are made out of softer materials and pipes are made out of metal.
Q: What is the difference between tube and pipe ?
A: I think 'tube' is about shape:
She is wearing a tube-top (a kind of shirt).
I need to buy a tube of toothpaste.
I like tube-shaped pasta.

But 'pipe' is more about the function (功能) of conduction:
water pipe, wind pipe, tobacco pipe
Q: What is the difference between tube and undergrounds trains ?
A: There's no difference. And we don't call them tubes, we call them subways (the underground train).
Q: What is the difference between tube and underground and overground ?
A: The tube and the underground are the words that we use to describe the "metro" or the "subway".
"I'm going on the tube." -> You can't write "underground" in this sentence.
"I'm using the underground today." -> You can also write "I'm using the tube today."
The overground trains are trains which do not go underground and can often be seen from very far. These trains carry passenger from different parts of the city and also the regions nearby the city.

I'm assuming that this is what you wanted to know!

Translations of "Tube"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 🇺🇸🇬🇧
soccer-football
football-???
apartments-flats?
subway-underground,tube
some else can u show me?
A:

British English: the tube or the underground | football | flat | sweets | cinema | trousers | trainers | chemist | postbox | car park | pavement | holiday

American English: subway | soccer | apartment | candy | movie theatre | pants | sneakers | drugstore | mailbox | parking lot | sidewalk | vacation

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Télévision à tube cathodique
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? tube
A: tube (tu-oob)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? no tube intensión de pegarte
no quise pegarte
A: My intention wasn't to hit you.
I didn't want to hit you.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 浮き輪 ("inner tube" is correct?)
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Other questions about "Tube"

Q: I prefer tube sounds over transistor sounds. Because it sounds more comfortable and natural. Does this sound natural?
A: I prefer tube sounds over transistor sounds because they sound more comfortable and natural.
Q: Riding the tube is very much cheaper than taking a taxi, so I'll settle for it. Does this sound natural?
A: Riding the tube is (much) cheaper than taking a taxi, so I'll settle for it.
Q: You’d better sit on your tube. The sidewalk is slightly sloped. The tube might swerve when I pull it and you can bump your head on the cars (parked close up the sidewalk).

Say it naturally pls. I was trying to practice the word ‘swerve’
A: Well done! Just one adjustment...
--> "The tube might swerve when I pull it and *you'll* bump your head..."
Q: It uses U-shaped tubes, and the tubes can expand freely according to the fluid temperature regardless of the shell.
The tube bundle can be pulled out when cleaning as floating head type can, but it is not as easy as floating one which has a straight structure, due to its U-shaped structure. Does this sound natural?
A: It starts really well... : )

It uses U-shaped tubes, and the tubes can expand freely according to the fluid temperature regardless of the shell.
The tube bundle can be pulled out for cleaning like the floating head type can, but it is not as easy as the floating type (which is straight) due to its U-shape.
Q: Can I use "British tube" when referring to London's underground railway systems? Does this sound natural?
A: It is normally referred to 'The Underground' or 'the London Tube'.

I would say when discussing it with someone who has not heard of it before then you could use 'British Tube'.

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