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

The meaning of "Ward" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ward politician mean?
A: ward = a part of a city; a group of neighborhoods
ward politician = a person who represents a ward in a city government
Q: What does the communal ward mean?
A: This refers to something mentioned earlier in the film. You need the context of the film to understand this term fully. It probably means the ward where everyone lives together in a community.
Q: What does ward off mean?
A: To repel.
"The young woman warded off the man's advances."
"The magic sword warded off all of the demons."
"The politician warded off all of the reporters' questions."
Q: What does ward off mean?
A: It means to "keep away"

I asked the monk to bless my house to ward off evil.

I drink orange juice everyday to ward off sickness.

I put "beware of dog" signs in front of my house to ward off thieves.

I act angry and mean to ward off salesmen.
Q: What does outward, warding ,grimaced , Shimmered. mean?
A: @Amorlovespizza: outward is to face away from or out of something.
warding means to protect something, but can also be used like this "I am going to ward off this flu."
To grimace is to display pain or discomfort with your facial expressions.
And shimmer is a word referring to light, if something shimmers it reflects a lot of light and looks pretty.

Example sentences using "Ward"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ward off.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with ward off.
A: "I have to ward off all the crazy boys trying to date my daughter"
Q: Please show me example sentences with ward off.
A: We sprayed insect repellent to ward off any insects.
Q: Please show me example sentences with ward and its meaning.
A: Here you go I think this may help.
Q: Please show me example sentences with ~ward (onward, downward, upward..etc).
A: He stood on his toes stretched upward to kiss her lips.

Synonyms of "Ward" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between ward and lane ?
A: I would love to help you.

If I misunderstand the usage of the word please let me know.
If you think of it like this it should be easy. A ward is a part of a building or a section of a building.
"The doctors needed to move the patient to the psychology ward."

But also. A ward can be a part of a city (I think this is what you are looking for).
"The party is in the French ward of the city."

A lane can be a alley, one way road, or a combination of sorts. Usually a lane is in an adress.
"I live on 123 Spartanhill Lane."

I hope this helps. :)
If you have a question please ask.
Ciao!
Q: What is the difference between ward and guard ?
A: Ward is almost the same as guard. Most english speakers won’t know the difference, but guard sounds more natural. Ward is an old-english word and most native speakers would think of a hospital ward (hospital room).
Q: What is the difference between to ward off and to steer clear of and to keep away ?
A: Ward off means to keep something away from you. You're keeping them away.

"I play this sound to ward off bears.

Steer clear of means you avoid the subject.

"I steer clear of bears by not going to the mountains."

Keep away can mean either, based on how it is used.

"This spray keeps away mosquitoes." The spray wards off mosquitoes.

"Keep away from the fence, it is dangerous." You should steer clear of the fence.
Q: What is the difference between ward and district ?
A: District - an area of a country/city (especially one regarded as distinct because of a particular characteristic.)
"an elegant shopping district" (distinct from other areas, such as a neighborhood, because it is made of stores)

Ward - an administrative division of a city/borough (usually represented by a councilor(s))
""the majority of voters in our ward are Democrats"

It sounds like a ward is a more official, government-defined area and a district is loosely defined by its characteristics.

Translations of "Ward"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ward
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ward
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? ward
A: If you're meaning the same ward like in a hospital then we also say 'ward'.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Which ward of Tokyo are you gonna live in?
Is this correct? Sounds natural?
A: @rhtui which ward of Tokyo are you going to live in.
gonna is slang.

Other questions about "Ward"

Q: I was going to go to a ward office to undergo necessary procedures today, but I woke up late this morning and I hadn't finished the other errands, so I couldn't go there.
I plan to do it tomorrow.
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今日は区役所へ手続きをしに行こうと思っていましたが、遅く起きてしまったことと他の用事が終わらなかったことのせいで、行けませんでした。
明日は行こうと思っています。 does this sound natural?
A: The only thing I would change is: "I hadn't finished my other errands". Well done!
Q: The ward of my grandfather happens to situate at the terminal of the corridor. does this sound natural?
A: the ward my grandfather is in happens to be situated at the end of the corridor
Q: You'd be better if you write a ward as aloud when you learn wards by heart. does this sound natural?
A: I'm guessing that you are trying to say the following:
It would be helpful to pronounce a word out loud when you study new words.
Q: Because there is no such ward as からに in Japanese. does this sound natural?
A: Because there is no such word as からに in Japanese
very good 😊
Q: How do you say following wards in English?

1)聞け
2)聞いて
3)聞く
4)聞ける
5)聞こえる
6)聞こえてくる
7)聞かない
8)聞こえない

Thank you so much.
A: 1) hear (command)
2) hear
3) to hear
4 to be able to hear
5) to be heard (to sound)
6) to reach someone's ears
7) does not hear
8) cannot be heard

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