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

The meaning of "Waist" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does waist mean?
A: A waist is a body part where it is under your ribs but above your hips.

Can you tie this around my waist?
Stop holding onto my waist. You’re slowing me down.
She circled her arms around her child’s waist and lifted him onto the chair.

Q: What does waist deep mean?
A: It means something that reaches up to your waist.
As in, "Your waist-deep on water." So the water only reaches up to your waist.
Q: What does waist high mean?
A: As high as your waist.

"The water was waist high."
(The water level was up to my waist.)
Q: What does waist and sparkles? mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does waist mean?
A: The part of the human body below the ribs and above the hips.

Example sentences using "Waist"

Q: Please show me example sentences with waist .
A: @vicajjh
waist is part of the human body.
Eg she has a small waist.

Waste: is to use or expend something carelessly.
Eg buying something you don’t need could be seen as a waste of money.

Doing nothing on a Sunny day could be a waste of the day.
Q: Please show me example sentences with waist.
A: "He put his arm around her waist"
"Wow! She has a small waist"

Synonyms of "Waist" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between waist and waistline ?
Q: What is the difference between waist measurements and waist circumference and waist size and waist ?
A: I have never heard anyone say waist circumference, but rather, waist measurement which would be by inches or centimeters and waist is a shortened way of saying waist measurement. Barbie has a 26 inch waist, Barbie's waist measurement is 26 inches. Waist size is the same as waist measurement.
Q: What is the difference between waist measurements and waist circumference and waist size and waist ?
A: These terms mean the same thing.

"Waist measurement" means how many centimetres or inches is someone's waist when you measure it. (The woman in the picture is having her waist measured with a measuring tape. It looks like her waist measurement is 66cm.)

"Waist circumference" means the same thing, but we almost never use this term.

"Waist size" means the size or measurement of the clothing that fits around your waist.

"Waist" is a short way of saying "waist measurement" or "waist size".
Q: What is the difference between small waist and slim waist and slender waist and narrow waist and wasp waist / waspish waist ?
A: small waist, and slim waist are basically the same, slender is also very similar, but usually implies more length in the torso. narrow also means the same thing, but is less common. I have never actually heard someone say wasp waist, or waspish waist, but it is talking about women in a corset with a very abrupt transition from breast, to waist, and back out to hips. Like and hourglass shape
Q: What is the difference between "waist" and "hip" ?
A: Unless a person is overweight the waist is usually the thinnest part of the belly. Hip is below the waist and wider. The hip bone is where the legs attach to the body

Translations of "Waist"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? She bended her waist and made a handwave to audience until the curtain finally came down
I was so moved by her warm hearted

Is it natural??
A: "She bent at the waist and waved to the audience until the curtain finally came down. I was so moved by her warm-hearted action."

This means she is bent over and waving at the same time. If you mean she bent, then stood up, then began to wave, say: "She bent at the waist, then stood and waved at the audience until the curtain finally came down."

You could also say: "She took a bow, then waved at the audience until the curtain finally came down." (In this case, standing after bowing would be implied.)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “west waist waste” they sound so similar...
A: thanks so much
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? waist
A: Waist
Pronounced: wayst

Other questions about "Waist"

Q: a little waist / a tiny waist / a big waist / a huge waist does this sound natural?
A:

That's the wrong way to say it. Here's the correct way.

That model on TV has a slim waistline. She makes me feel like I have a wider waistline.
Q: I still can't cleaning because my waist hurt. does this sound natural?
A: You were so close!
I still can't clean because my waist hurts.
Q: How do you call the fat in the waist? I heard once that the word is something like a cupcake
A: I think the term you're thinking of is "muffin top"
Q: I got hurt my waist while I was in work about 7 months ago. I met a doctor and he said I got a waist sprain and have to be cure for 2weeks. Now, it has been 7months since then, but I'm still hurting my waist. Thanks to that I have come to realize that the doctors aren't always the best judge about our injury or illness. does this sound natural?
A: I think this would be better!

"I hurt my waist while I was working about 7 months ago. I met a doctor and he said I had a waist sprain and would be cured in 2 weeks. It's been 7 months since then, but my waist still hurts. Because of this, I have come to realize that doctors aren't always the best judge about our injuries and illnesses."
Q: You need to protect your waist from getting injury / injured? does this sound natural?
A: if you use injury the sentence would be "you need to protect your waist from injury"

and injured would be "you need to protect your waist from getting injured"

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