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

The meaning of "Violence" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I am tired of how routine violence against African-Americans at the hands of white people has been. Angry as a journalist that this has happened so often that we all know the angles that must be covered, questions to be asked, and stories to be written. mean?
A: It means he's already tired to see racism over black people because it's already happened so often until he —as a journalist— remembers about the details, like things they shouldn't write, questions they will ask in interviews, and what kind of stories/articles they should write.

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Q: What does (I am trying for teen dating violence poster competition) and I must write about "1-2 statistics with sited sources around of Teen Dating Violence". mean?
A: @JennyKim12 You have to search online for sources that specifically state the statistics (numbers, amount) for violence within teenage relationships, and then write down the site or study you get your information from somewhere on your poster.
Q: What does at the violence mean?
A: yes, the "AT" means the girl has feelings toward it or in response to it. Like you say: "I am mad AT you!"
Q: What does The violence was blamed on thugs exploiting the situation. mean?
A: It means that the fighting, unrest, etc. was started by troublemakers (often outsiders) who took advantage of the event (for example, a peaceful protest?) to come in and cause trouble (stealing from stores, fighting, etc.).

Example sentences using "Violence"

Q: Please show me example sentences with violence.
A: "You shouldn't resort to violence."
"Unlike you, I don't need to resort to violence to win."
"Any violence towards them or their property is punishable."
Q: Please show me example sentences with :
Why is violence in movies and on TV harmful?
Why is violence in movies and on TV NOT harmful? .
A: It is harmful because it influences people to commit acts of violence. It is harmful because it provides a negative role model for children. It isn't harmful because people know it is just entertainment.

Synonyms of "Violence" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I'm against violence. and I'm opposed to violence. ?
A: I dont think there is much difference one just sounds more sophisticated (opposed to violence.)
Q: What is the difference between violence and violation ?
A: Violence would be a physical force done to hurt someone or to damage something. For example:
Due to the recent violence in the streets there is a cop on every corner to keep everyone safe.

Violation is something that someone is given as a consequence for doing something wrong.
For example:
The young girl who rear ended me in a car accident was given a violation for failure to pay attention while driving
Q: What is the difference between Violence in everywhere and violence everywhere ?
A: “Violence in everywhere” does not sound right.
Q: What is the difference between violence breeds violence(original sentence) and violence causes violence(changed sentence) ?
A: Violence breeds violence is different from violence causes violence because of the word BREED. Breed means to make more of. Such example if something violent were to happen it would make more violent things to happen. CAUSE means to be the reason for an action.
Such example is: dropping a cup filled with water (cause)
water is now on the carpet(effect)
violence causes violence meaning if something violent were to happen it’s because of more violence. Example: Joey threw a paper ball and it hit Mark’s head (violence) why did joey throw a paperball beCAUSE mark made Joey fall (violence)
Q: What is the difference between violence and assault ?
A: Violence is any intentional act of harm against someone or something.

Assault is a specific type of violence where someone is physically attacked.

Translations of "Violence"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I enjoy violence scene in film for entertainment
A: “I find violent movies entertaining and I enjoy watching them.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the violence caused silence
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? domestic violence
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How could you say differently: There is violence everywhere in our world ?
A: "Violence is rife in the world."
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? violence
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Violence"

Q: I agree with that violence in TV and Internet should be censored. Does this sound natural?
A: × I agree with that violence in TV and Internet should be censored.
✓ I agree that violence on TV and the Internet should be censored.

Or something like: I agree with the statement that...
Q: It doesn't help to end violence
Does this sound natural ?
A: Hmmm 🤔 I think I need more context so I can advise you on what would sound the most natural in context.


You can use “stop (the)violence

You can also use “(doesn’t/won’t) bring an end to (the) violence

For example: “This new law doesn’t help bring an end to violence on our streets”.

“ this new law won’t help bring an end to the violence on our streets”
Q: " I don't accept to violence in any shape or form " Does this sound natural?
A: " I don't accept violence in any shape or form " The word “to” is why the second answer is not correct.
Q: Domestic violence is a disaster that tens of thousands of Russian women and children face every day. According to official Russian government statistics, 40% of all crimes are committed within the family. 36,000 women are beaten by their husbands every day. 26,000 children are abused by their parents every year.

“If he beats you, it means he loves you” as one famous Russian proverb says. Russian society supports traditional patriarchal family values, where women’s obedience is a key to a strong happy family and punishment for women and children is described as an essential measure to maintain order. When a woman decides to leave her abuser or report him to the police, often her relatives and friends criticize and disown her. They say that the most important thing is to save the family, even if it demands the woman to suffer abuses. Many women even refuse help.


Correct my mistakes, please Does this sound natural?
A: Domestic violence is a BITTER REALITY that tens of thousands of Russian women and children face every day. According to official Russian government statistics, 40% of all crimes are committed within the family. 36,000 women are beaten by their husbands every day. 26,000 children are abused by their parents every year.

“If he beats you, it means he loves you” as one famous Russian proverb says. Russian society supports traditional patriarchal family values, where women’s obedience is THE key to a strong happy family and THE PHYSICAL punishment OF women and children is described as an essential measure FOR maintainING order. When a woman decides to leave her abuser or report him to the police, her relatives and friends OFTEN criticize and SHUN her. They say that the most important thing is to PRESERVE the family UNIT, even AT THE EXPENSE OF the woman sufferING abuse_. Many women even refuse help.
Q: Why doesn’t violence disappear? Does this sound natural?
A: "Why doesn't violence end?" の方がもっと自然的です。

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