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

The meaning of "Uninhabited" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">uninhabited</span> mean?
A: no one lives there

Translations of "Uninhabited"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? [As an <span class="dictionary_keyword">uninhabited</span> island]
A: A slow version and a fast version.

Other questions about "Uninhabited"

Q: At <span class="dictionary_keyword">uninhabited</span> island:
How will we exist? I looked throughout this island but I couldn't find any food. does this sound natural?
A: × At <span class="dictionary_keyword">uninhabited</span> island:
✓ At an <span class="dictionary_keyword">uninhabited</span> island:

× How will we exist?
✓ How will we survive?

× I looked throughout this island but I couldn't find any food.
✓ I have explored this island but I couldn't find any food.

Q: It is a small <span class="dictionary_keyword">uninhabited</span> island of 4.3km around in the Seto Inland Sea. does this sound natural?
A: I figure the word you're looking for is "circumference." You could say something like "It is a small <span class="dictionary_keyword">uninhabited</span> island with a circumference of 4.3km in the Seto Inland Sea." Otherwise, your sentence is good.
Q: If I go to <span class="dictionary_keyword">uninhabited</span> island,I would search for clean water at first.
Water is literally vital for survival: I have heard that with water, people can survive up to one month even without eating anything.
And fire is useful in various ways.
For example,It is safer to drink water after it is boiled.
And it can also use to cook food. does this sound natural?
A: @yuikan: If I ever go to an <span class="dictionary_keyword">uninhabited</span> island, I would first search for clean water. Water is literally vital for survival. I've heard that with water, people can survive for up to one month, even without eating anything. Fire is also useful in many ways. For example, it's safer to drink water after it's been boiled. It can also be used to cook food.
Q: It's perilous for me to go to an <span class="dictionary_keyword">uninhabited</span> island by myself. does this sound natural?
A: This is correct, but the word perilous is quite uncommon :) if you're speaking I would just say dangerous. In a written document, it's great as is.

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