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

The meaning of "Worm" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does He is in the worm of conscience to it. mean?
A: This has a similar meaning, but the feeling is less strong.
Q: What does sour worms mean?
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Q: What does worm mean?
A: A worm is a small creature in the ground

but to "worm your way around it" means to figure out a way to avoid something
Q: What does the worm mean?
A: It is also a dance move some people do where they imitate a moving worm. lol :)
Q: What does worm up to you mean?
A: sure it isn't "warm up to you?"

Example sentences using "Worm"

Q: Please show me example sentences with can of worms.
A: He had a can of worms next to him to use for fishing.
Q: Please show me example sentences with can of worms .
A: If you say that someone is opening a can of worms, you are warning them that they are planning to do or talk about something which is much more complicated, unpleasant, or difficult than they realize and which might be better left alone.

Here there are some examples meaning "source of problems"

1) I told you we'd open a can of worms.

2) The cage is a can of worms you do not want to open.

3) The attorney general has no interest in opening up a can of worms in this case.
Q: Please show me example sentences with worm.
A: The worm lay lifeless on the soil.

He wormed his way out of the crowd into the open streets.

Synonyms of "Worm" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between worm and warm pronunciation ?
A: "A worm is in the ground. It is a warm day. Worm and warm."
Q: What is the difference between worm and warm in pronunciation ?
A: worm( WHERM) Warm(WAR-M)
Q: What is the difference between worm and warm ?
A: worm is a small animal that looks like snake🐛 and warm is about the weather, if the weather is not cold and at the same time is not hot.
Q: What is the difference between worm and larva. ?
A: A larva (plural larvae) is an infant of some types of animals, like most insects, and larvae look like worms, but a worm is an actual type of creature that looks the same throughout its whole life cycle
Q: What is the difference between the worm finished with him. and the worm finished him. ?
A: To explain this, let's take a look at one of my favourite things:
https://youtu.be/s3c9K6MKCIs?t=1m22s
Now, in that video, he says "I'm done with the water". To be "done with" is the same as to be "finished with". So, the difference is:
"Finished" implies he had drank ALL the water;
"Done/Finished with" means that he has finished using the water.

So in this case, it's not that the worm had "finished him", because that would imply that the worm had killed/eaten all of him. The worm had simply finished doing its work.

Translations of "Worm"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Warn, worn, worm y warm, tengo problemas con la pronunciación
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? worm and warm
A: 1) worm
2) warm
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What is "can of worms" Is this food or toy?
A: "Can of worms" is an idiom.
It means situation that will cause other problems if you start to deal with it.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? worm
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Other questions about "Worm"

Q: Try to feed some worms to your pet, then they'll become healthy. I heard it on TV today. does this sound natural?
A: @goozz this does sound natural. I hit the wrong answer by mistake and I can’t change it. I’m sorry!
Q: Please show me how to pronounce worm
warm.
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Q: the worm is warm does this sound natural?
A: hope this helps but good otherwise
Q: Please show me how to pronounce warm, worm.
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Q: Come in, it is worm here

Come in, here is worm. does this sound natural?
A: @tomm: "Come in, here is warm" is incorrect in a few ways. Firstly, you cannot separate two independent statements "come in" and "here is warm" with a comma. You need a period (.) :)
Secondly, "here is warm" would be better corrected to "it is warm in here. "Here" is not a place, it is a location. So "in here" is better. As such, you cannot say "in here is warm". You need an "it" in front and a rearrangement of words. :)

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