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

The meaning of "Vase" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does vases mean?
A: it's a decorative container normally used for flowers

Synonyms of "Vase" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I broke the vase,so I have to buy another one and I broke the vase,so I have to buy other one and I broke the vase,so I have to buy others ?
A: "Others" could be correct as well, but indicates you have to buy more than one, which is misleading
Q: What is the difference between vase and pot ?
A: Little difference,
Vases are inside a house, pots are in the garden outside.

A vase is usually pretty and used for flowers.

“Put the flowers in the vase.”

“Thank you for the flowers, I will put them in a vase.”

A pot is not as pretty and can be used for plants or flowers.

“I am growing a new plant in that pot.”
Q: What is the difference between I made a vase out of clay. and I made clay into a vase. ?
A: The first is probably much more natural. You might say "I shaped clay into a vase," but probably not "made clay into a vase." If you say "make clay" I would assume you mean actually making the clay from other ingredients.
Q: What is the difference between the vase was broken and the vase broke ?
A: The only difference is that 'the base was broken' is in a passive voice while 'the vase broke' is not

Translations of "Vase"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? This vase looks like found in ancient excavation. It's so old!
Correct my mistakes please..
A: Here the context is (sarcastically) in ironic way to mock at vase as it is worn out. So is "wow" necessary?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? vase
A: La vase = mud
Le vase = vase
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? vase
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? vase
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Other questions about "Vase"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce the vase made of a glass bottle and cray.
A: I think you might have meant "clay", so that's what I pronounced. Here you go:
Q: If the vase is the last place for the flowers, I wanted to prepare as beautiful one as possible but I couldn’t. There was only pot noodle’s cup. Does this sound natural?
A: 'If the vase is the last place for the flowers, I wanted to prepare as beautiful a one as possible, but I couldn’t. There was only a pot noodle cup.'
Q: The vase is broken tripped over the vacuum cord Does this sound natural?
A: The vase is broken. I accidentally knocked it over with the vacuum cord.
Q: She broke the vase during an arguing with her husband Does this sound natural?
A: argued would be past tense.. Sorry of i made it a bit confusing there lol
Q: How do you call this?
It is used to make vases and other stuff, you can mold it with your hands.

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