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

The meaning of "Victim" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The victims have faces mean?
A: It means that you can't minimize the impact of what happened to the victim, for example by only counting their number. Each victim is impacted differently and some more than others. You have to learn more about them to truly understand how they have been harmed and how deeply.
Q: What does 'The victims have fallen through the cracks.' mean?
A: It usually means that they have been ignored or that they have not been helped/dealt with in the way that they should've been. If something falls through the cracks, it becomes difficult to reach or overlooked because it's not obviously and you can't immediately see it.
Q: What does we usually seem the victim was robbed as the old man mean?
A: The sentence isn’t grammatical, so I’m not too sure what it means exactly.

If I were to guess, you mean ‘victims that are usually robbed are old man’? In that case it means 受害者大多数是老人 (pardon my mandarin)
Q: What does He had been a victim of gentrification. mean?
A: ele estava sendo uma vítima da gentrificacao.

Obs: aqui a ideia é que houve um período de tempo( alguns dias, semanas, meses, etc...) no passado que não foi explicitado na frase, em que ele estava sendo uma vítima dessa situação.
Q: What does What was left of the victim's brain after his skull was bashed open. mean?
A: It means what parts of the brain remained (maybe just some small chunks of the brain or something, yuck).

"What was left of" means "What remained of".

Example sentences using "Victim"

Q: Please show me example sentences with victims.
A: "The victims of the flood will be taken to shelter."
"The thief took all the victims' wallets"
"The murder victims were taken from the bar,"
"No victims survived"
Q: Please show me example sentences with victim.
A: The victim was hurt badly.

She is a victim of bullying.

The vampire trapped his victim.

Hope this helps! 😊

Synonyms of "Victim" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The victim's family protested at/against the judge's sentence. and The victim's family protested the judge's sentence. ?
A: 제 생각에는 똑같은데 “The victim’s family protested against the judges sentence.” 좀 더 자연스러운 것 같아요. 그런데 “The victim’s family protested the judges sentence.”이런 말도 해도 돼요!
Q: What is the difference between victim and casualty ?
A: a victim is someone who is attacked (physically or verbally) by someone or something. or someone who suffers because of something.
Examples:
He is a victim of bullying
He is a victim of credit fraud


a casualty is someone who has died due to an event/action
There are many casualties in war
Q: What is the difference between a stabbing victim and a stabbed victim ?
A: A stabbing victim would be anyone who is a victim of being stabbed. This phrase would commonly be used by journalists and police.

‘Stabbed victim’ would be used a lot less often. The only situation I can think of to use this would be if there were multiple victims and you needed to differentiate them. So if there was a shot person and a stabbed person, you might say ‘the stabbed victim survived, but the shot victim did not.’

In general, you’ll probably see stabbing victim a lot more often.
Q: What is the difference between victim and casualty ?
A: @Astrrrid: "Victim" is the person the crime has been target towards.
"casualty" is the person/people that got killed in the process of the crime.

She was a victim of rape and should never feel ashamed to talk about it.
There were 100 casualities after a man drove his car into a building drunk.
Q: What is the difference between victim and hostage and witness ?
A: Side note, a hostage is a victim (of being taken hostage).

Translations of "Victim"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He would chase his victims into some blind alley where he had them at his mercy. (meaning?)
A: It means that a man would run after someone and they would be stuck in the alley to make them easy to kill.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Как произнести victim?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? victim
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Other questions about "Victim"

Q: "Please don't make us be victims of you." does this sound natural?
A: Please don't make us your victims.
Q: All the victims were foreign nationals, female, solo travelers. does this sound natural?
A: You would need to omit the comma between female and solo if you wanted it to be female solo travelers, or add and to make it "female, and solo travelers"
Q: I refuse to put me in a victim position, because I don't like the man who always thinks he is a victim and makes someone a scapegoat. It seems such man often attacks others instead of facing himself. does this sound natural?
A: I refuse to victimize myself. I don't like the fact that some people always think that they are the victim and accuse someone else of being a scapegoat. It seems that these types of people often attack others instead of facing themselves.
Q: The victim was being transported by an ambulance, but he died on route the nearest hospital.

or

The victim was being transported by an ambulance, but he died on the route the nearest hospital. does this sound natural?
A: On route to the nearest hospital. You could also say en route.
Q: "She testified to victim sporting a black eye after fight with husband." What does "sporting" mean here?
A: In this case, "Sporting" means "having". So "sporting a black eye" and "having a black eye." are the same. Sporting can also mean wearing.

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