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

The meaning of "Wallet" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does He should've put away his wallet before getting wet. mean?
A: I understood but I would still change it to 'He should have put his wallet away before it got wet'
Q: What does Hold on to your wallets mean?
A: Means you’re like in danger of losing money if you aren’t careful. But I haven’t really heard it that much.
Q: What does I contrived to leave my wallet behind. mean?
A: You planned to leave your wallet behind.
Q: What does wallet fatigue mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does wallet mean?
A: cartera creo

Example sentences using "Wallet"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Which is correct?:
1) We've tried to find my wallet.
2) We've been trying to find my wallet.
I've lost..
A: 1) **We tried to find my wallet = the action is finished (probably unsuccessful result)

2) You are still looking. The action is unfinished. The word 'trying' suggests you might give up on the action soon.

E.g. I've been trying to study for the last hour, but there is too much noise.
Q: Please show me example sentences with wallet and purse. how they are different?.
A: A wallet is where you keep money, ID, credit cards, etc. (It is usually small compared to a purse).. A purse is where you (typically women) put your wallet. It is a bigger bag that holds stuff like gum, pens, a hair brush, medicine, and a wallet.

For example:
“I only have $3 in my wallet
“I’m looking for my lipstick inside my purse”
“Hand me my purse so I can pull out my wallet
Q: Please show me example sentences with wallet.
A: Sh*t my wallet is empty... just like my heart

Synonyms of "Wallet" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I forgot even my wallet and I even forgot my wallet ?
A: "I even forgot my wallet"の方がいいです

• I was such in hurry, I even forgot my wallet
• I left my keys, and I even forgot my wallet
• Today had been such a bad day so far, and now I even forgot my wallet.
Q: What is the difference between I got my wallet stolen and I had my wallet stolen ?
A: They are the same
Q: What is the difference between I had my wallet stolen. and My wallet was stolen. ?
A: "I had my wallet stolen" and "My wallet was stolen." have the same concepts, yet are different. The "My wallet was stolen." phrase is like someone just now took your wallet, while the other phrase is like your wallet was stolen before, like say several years ago.
Q: What is the difference between wallet and purse ?
A: Men and women both use wallets to hold money, but women typically carry theirs inside a purse 😀
Q: What is the difference between Can you get my wallet out of the bag? and Can you take my wallet out of the bag? ?
A: No difference except that maybe "get" is a little more casual. But american people dont really much attention to that kind of thing anyway, so...

Translations of "Wallet"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "I made my wallet stolen."
is this sentece grammatically right?
A: Not really. If you made it get stolen, it would be your fault. Kind of like you made something happen. if someone took your wallet than it was stolen without your consent. A natural way of saying your wallet was stolen would be to say " My wallet was stolen or in I had my wallet stolen." It would depend on the context.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "I got my wallet stolen"
is this sentence grammatically right?
A: It’s fine but to me it sounds a bit like you planned for that to happen.

I would rather say “My wallet got stolen.” (Informal) or “My wallet was stolen.” (Formal)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "I made my wallet stolen"
is the sentence above grammatically right?
and does it sound natural?
A: no, it has completely different meaning.

when you use time up in oven. It means there is no time left or 0 seconds on timer.

But when time out is used, it literally means when the time stopped. Yes 0 seconds could also be said as time stopped. But technically if the oven is broken and the timer stop at 3 seconds left. It is called time out.
When we want to indicate there's no time left, time's up is used.
When we want to indicate time stop or pause, time's out is used.
It is commonly used in sports.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 'I can't remember my wallet where is' is correct and natural English?
A: "I can't remember where my wallet is at" is a better way to express it.
財布はどこにあるか覚えていません。


hopefully it was helpful.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I wish I had the wallet.( but I forgot wallet at home)
 Does this sound natural??? 🙅“×”→
A: Try saying "I wish I had my wallet but I left it at home"

Other questions about "Wallet"

Q: (when I explain "wallet" to a baby)

This is used for putting moneys in it. It starts with "w". Does this sound natural?
A: It's something you carry your money in. It starts with the letter "w."
Q: I saw he was trying to walk up out of here with my wallet. Does this sound natural?
A: I saw him trying to walk out of here with my wallet.
Q: "I don't have a wallet on me."
"I don't have a wallet with me."
Which is correct?
A: Both ways would work. "I don't have a wallet on me" is a bit more informal but they both mean the same thing
Q: What will I received? Wallet or slipper?
A: I didn't look it up but it sounds like ballet slipper could be the color of the wallet
Q: I picked up this wallet in front of this shop.
Does this sound natural?
A: Though the double appearance of "this" is a little 違和感。
「これ」を強調してるって感じ。
"I picked up a wallet in front of this shop" なら普通かな。。

If someone asked you "which wallet did you pick up in front of which store?", you might respond with what you wrote.
「この財布をこの店の前で拾った」

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