Butの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「But」を含む文の意味

Q: OK BUT THIS GUY’S VOCAL IS FIRE, I’M SWERVING?!?! (I found this comment on YouTube and I’d like to know what ‘swerve’ means in this context.) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Instead of "I'm swerving", I think "no cap" would be more common. It's this generation's slang, and it means: "no lie"
Q: which is more natural??


I think 'BUT IF' is wierd とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The colored version on top reads better to me.

Think of “but, if...” as a conversational way to say “however, if...”
You do need the comma between the two words.
Q: BUT IM ALREADY COOLEST とはどういう意味ですか?
A: però sono gia il più figo/figa
Q: BUT IT TURNS OUT, ... とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "but it was revealed to me that...". or " I now know and understand that...". for example " I thought she did something, but it turns out she didn't

「But」の類語とその違い

Q: BUT と EXCEPT はどう違いますか?
A: But shows a contrast or difference between things.

I like coffee, but she does not like coffee.
I saw him walking, but I didn't say hello.

Except shows that something is left out.

Everyone except me went to the party.
I like all food except fish.

Hope this helps!

「But」についての他の質問

Q: "BUT" and "BAD"の発音を音声で教えてください。
Q: how's it = how is it
BUT
how's it = how was it?
A:

The first one is correct. There is no contraction for “how was it?”
Q: BUT -- as the Learner's Dictionary (on the Web) says -- there is one time when you

must use "for."

(a) When a word suggests a particular idea or quality:

(i) He is a tyrant whose name has been a synonym for oppression

in this sentence,what does "one time"mean? means once?
A: Here it means a specific instance
Q: BUT -- as the Learner's Dictionary (on the Web) says -- there is one time when you

must use "for."

(a) When a word suggests a particular idea or quality:

(i) He is a tyrant whose name has been a synonym for oppression

in this sentence,what does "one time"mean?
A: "One time" means "one situation," or "one type of sentence/grammar where you must use it."
Q: BUT – if we dared to speak that way down the main street, we’d cop it.

down the main street?
cop it?
A: Cop it means get in trouble, Main Street needs some more context, but in general refers to everyday normal places and people

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