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

The meaning of "Wht" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Wht in "wht would you even ask that?" mean?
A: I believe it is a typo. "Why would you even ask that" is a normal sentence.
Q: What does wht is mean of these word ( defiant , extract ) mean?
A: thnkx for telling ...
Q: What does wht does dwell mean ? mean?
A: to live or reside at a specified place
Q: What does wht a bunch of CRYBABIES mean?
A: Those people complain.

Synonyms of "Wht" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between wht is difference between effect and affect ?
A: Effect-the result of an action

Affect-to describe that something had been influenced by something.

my strategy is effective at winning these games.

how does this problem affect you?

this sentence is more effective at persuasion.

this sentence affected me to feel sad
Q: What is the difference between wht's the difference between using elder and older? ?
A: My elder sister is seven years and a half older than I am.

Translations of "Wht"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? wht about u
A: can u tell me something about yourself?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? wht
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? wht is meaning of further
A: @sumankarthik11842003. It can mean more or distance: We can send you further information,if required. How much farther is it to London? Actually further is used by almost all native speakers, but farther is more correct for physical distance.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? wht does the meaning of ''bold" in english ?
A: @deboranicosia That would be "bald." ^^; Bald, with an "a" is to have no hair. While Bold, with an "o" is to stand out or be very brave and daring.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? wht does "put a soak in it" mean in Korea?
A: "Put a soak in it" isn't a phrase, however, "Put a sock in it" is a usually British idiom. It is a slightly rude phrase to use when you want someone to stop talking.

Other questions about "Wht"

Q: wht is accuse,in a sense?
A: to say that someone is something
Q: wht is word for " if someone is nt able to see things which is nearer"
A: That is called being farsighted, a person who can see things far away but not close up. The opposite is nearsighted, people who can see things close up but not far away.
Q: wht is word for " if someone is nt able to see things which is on distance"
A: Nearsighted
Q: wht is the meaning of "laying off"

an occasion when a company stops employing someone, sometimes temporarily, because the company does not have enough money or enough work:
Q: wht are the best foods in england?
A: Fish and chips, Cornish pasty, full English breakfast, Sunday roast dinner, pie and mash with gravy.

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