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

The meaning of "Vacuum" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does vacuum has ripped up every living lung tissue mean?
A: ripped up = sucked up
Q: What does written in a vacuum mean?
A: 'in a vaccum' means doing something without conenction to any other people
so I think this basically says that Trump lawyers sent the memo to Mueller,saying that Trump didn't obstruct justice BECAUSE they knew that Mueller was seriously thinking that Trump did obstruct justice.
Just like Mariotti says later,they wouldn't have sent the memo if they didn't know this
Q: What does stepped into that vacuum mean?
A: black hole. You enter and you cannot escape. Also, everything comes with you. It has to do with consequences.
Q: What does Whatever I just vacuumed up,sounded pretty important. mean?
A: When vacuum-cleaning the house, we might accidentally vacuum something important.

"It sounded pretty important" means that the item made an unusual sound when it was vacuumed. :)

Example sentences using "Vacuum"

Q: Please show me example sentences with vacuum cleaner.
A: The salesman convinced me to buy a vacuum cleaner.
She cleaned the dust and paper pieces with the vacuum cleaner.
He put away the vacuum cleaner away.
Q: Please show me example sentences with vacuum cleaner.
A: I used the vacuum cleaner to sweep the living room carpet.

A vacuum cleaner is often referred to simply as just a vacuum.

People will say “I vacuumed the floor today.” Which means they used the vacuum cleaning to clean the floor
Q: Please show me example sentences with vacuum cleaner. What are the verbs that come along with it? "do the vacuum"?.
A: You would say you are vacuuming the room.

Synonyms of "Vacuum" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to vacuum and to hoover ?
A: They both mean the same thing.
"To hoover" is mostly used in British English: "I don't like hoovering."
"To vacuum" is used in all varieties of English, as far as I know.
Q: What is the difference between vacuum and emptiness ?
A: 'emptiness' is more vague and more poetic. You could feel "emptiness" in the middle of a forest, or in your soul, or in your love life. 'vacuum' is more extreme and scientific. There is a vacuum in outer space, or in a laboratory, but you would not usually talk about the 'vacuum in your soul'.

Translations of "Vacuum"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? このチーズを真空(しんくう)/vacuumパックにしてください。このチーズを真空パックにできますか?
A: Please vacuum seal this cheese.
Can you vacuum seal this cheese?
Please put this cheese in a vacuum sealed pack.
Can you put this cheese in a vacuum sealed pack?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "He is using the vacuum cleaner to clean the house"? Does it sound natural?
A: Natural! Post also your pronunciation?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? vacuum
A: This is how we pronounce “vacuum” in British English.

However, if you mean “vacuum cleaner” we usually say “hoover” in the UK! :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? vacuum
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? vacuum
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Other questions about "Vacuum"

Q: What does 'in a vacuum' mean in this?

'which souls game was bad? DS3 was pretty lame, but this is only in comparison to demon souls / dark souls. IN A VACUUM it's ok, but it was by far the worst of the series. it sucks because it had potential to be amazing, but they took shortcuts and never fixed the game. '

does it mean 'when not considering any other series, it's a good game' ?
A: correct.
Q: "Why do they keep using vacuum at this late time of day?" does this sound natural?
A: "Why do they keep using the vacuum (cleaner) so late at night?"

Saying “cleaner” could just be based off of where you’re from. Where I live, people usually add the word “cleaner” after vacuum, and it sounds more natural.
Q: "I think this vacuum machine is well suited for cleaning my house" does this sound natural?
Q: 明日は朝早く部屋を掃除機で掃除をする予定

I’ll vacuum the room early in the morning tomorrow.


You should throw away the garbage in the vacuum cleaner.


I use a vacuum cleaner in the room of the son. does this sound natural?
A: the second sentence isn't wrong, but it sounds a little unnatural in my opinion. a more natural way to say it would be "You should clean out the vacuum cleaner."

the third sentence should also be "I vacuum my son's room."
Q: This vacuum cleaner is a cyclone type. does this sound natural?
A: If you are referring to the brand or who makes the vacuum cleaner, I would say this is a vacuum cleaner made by Cyclone.
You can also say, this is a cyclone vacuum cleaner.

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