Dudeの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Dude」を含む文の意味

Q: Come on dude, just talk through your issues it's much healthier. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Issues are problems/things going wrong in your life if you talk through your issues its trying to resolve them/make things better by talking to people whether they are involved or not or just to relieve/get rid of some stress thats built up because of your issues
Q: dude とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Dude is a word we use to refer to people. Usually used towards boys. Can be used in place of a name.

Example: Jim, that's so cool!
With dude: Dude, that's so cool!

or

Come on, Jim!
Come on, dude!

It's hard to explain but I hope this makes sense. It's generally for friends, but some people use it with acquaintances. It depends on how outgoing you want to be.
Q: dude とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @ExtremelyCruel: a term of endearment that you call your friends or people the same age as you. mostly used by young men in California

ex: hey dude! you wanna go surfing??
Q: dude とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Dude is normally used to greet a man (a friend). It is an informal word. Example: "hey dude whats up?"
Q: "dude" in 185 とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Dude is a casual way to address a male, kind of a Californian term

「Dude」の使い方・例文

Q: dude を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I’m playing soccer with this dude from work.

Dude, these nachos are awesome.
Q: dude を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Dude = (a) man, (a) guy, bro (casual)

Look at that dude!
What up, dude! How are you doing?

Used towards mal friends , but you can say it to female friends too. Most are ok with it, but some may be offended.
Q: dudes を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Generally: You can use dudes for anytime you mean to say "ragazzi"/guys or men.

Es

What's up dudes?

I was hanging out with those dudes over there.

There's a group of dudes in that area.

There are too many dudes in this bar.

Dudes only no girls!

Dude! That's awesome
Q: dude を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Anything can be a dude. It originally means a man. Nowadays it is slang for anything. Like, hey man. You can call a person a dude, but always in humor. Even a cat or dog can be a dude. Some say dude instead of "oh my god", like if you fall, you can say dude to yourself. If the waiter takes too long with the food, you can say dude to the entire situation. It can also be used instead of wtf. If your phone drops and the battery falls out, you can call your phone battery a dude, like it's a man who did something and you need to talk about it with him. many many uses, have fun with it, you'll see.
Q: dude を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Examples
1 - Hey dude, what time is the party?
2 - Dude, should we go?
3 - Where is that other dude? I forgot his name.
3a - Oh, the guy over there? That's my friend, Robert.

「Dude」の類語とその違い

Q: dude と kiddo はどう違いますか?
A: You use kiddo when you're referring to someone younger than you are. It is usually used to address little kids with affection.
Ex. You're not allowed to drink coffee kiddo.

"Dude" is a slang used as a pronoun like Mr./Sir but in an informal way. You usually use this to someone you know or you think is of the same age range with you or to someone you find cool
Ex. Dude that's a slick outfit.
Q: dude と guy と man はどう違いますか?
A: They all can mean a male person, but guy and man can be used in a similar way. "That guy over there." or "That man over there." Dude (and sometimes man) can be used when addressing someone. "Hey dude!" or "Hey man!"
Q: dude と bro はどう違いますか?
A: Both words refer to male friends. Both words mean the same. Dude is more common. This map shows where they are more often used: http://qz.com/316906/the-dude-map-how-american-men-refer-to-their-bros/
Q: dude と buddy はどう違いますか?
A: They're both ways of calling people as a replacement for their names.

If for example your friend did something and you are annoyed or angry, you can say "DUDE?!?!", but it's not natural if you use "buddy" in this case because "buddy" is more friendly than "dude". I think "dude" is quite flexible and is used a lot in many situations such as "Hey Dude", "What's up Dude?", "Dude, did you realise how stupid that is?"

I'd use "buddy" when greeting, like "Hey Buddy". I probably wouldn't use it with friends, but maybe with young kids who I know well. You might also hear "Hey kid-o".
Q: I don't know the dude either. と I don't know the guy either. はどう違いますか?
A: "Dude" is just slang for "guy" or "person". The sentences have the same meaning. "Dude" is much more casual.

「Dude」を翻訳

Q: i'm wondering 'dude's meaning.

dude
1. man
2. boy
3.guy

all?? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: it’s can mean all, and sometimes we also use man on other terms also. Example is below.

Ex 1) ah man, I think I failed that test. (We’re not necessarily talking about a person, rather talking about something that isn’t what we wanted or is happening)
Q: is it me or does that dude looks like dexter?
what does that "is it me" mean? and give me some examples of it. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: “is it me or...” is basically a question you ask if you think you’re possibly the only one who has a certain perspective, but you want to know if someone agrees with you

you can also say “is it just me” to make sentences flow better, but it can be used interchangeably

examples:
is it just me or does something look different about her appearance?
is it me or do you think he will do something bad?
is it me or does it smell like someone was cooking in here?
Q: dude in English は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
Q: what is "dude" は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Dude means guy/man and it is informal. I'm from California and people here also use it to call their friends( male or female, but usually male). Example: Hey dude, how's it going?

「Dude」についての他の質問

Q: dude buddy man ?what is the difference between?
A: they all mean essentially the same thing when used in a certain context; friend. They're terms used to refer to individuals you consider close enough to use such terms with, so they're interchangeable.
Q: 会いたかったひとたちに会えた
Finally got to see these dudes who I've wanted to see. この表現は自然ですか?
A: I personally think that you can just omit "who I've wanted to see" because the word "finally" implies that, unless you wanted to play it up and say like "who I've wanted to see my whole life".

Also, you wouldn't use dude for someone your romantically interested in (I don't know if that's the case here).
Q: This dude is really like my little bro.
こいつはマジで弟 この表現は自然ですか?
A: As you've said, "It doesn't mean he looks like his real brother". It also doesn't mean he think that the person is truly (literally) his younger brother, though that's listed as one meaning of マジで。

The word "like" is key, I think. If you had said,
"This dude is really my little bro(ther)", then I'd say there was an issue, but by adding in like (まるで), it makes it perfect, IMO.

BTW, "bro" tends to have taken on its own meaning beyond "brother", and is often used to mean, "friend", or just "guy" (dude).

"What's up, bro?" -- not referring to an actual brother.

個人的に
"This dude is really like my little brother" にするけど。
Q: 男性が使う
Dude, homie, dawg, bro の女性版はなんですか?

What are the female equivalents for the words like
dude, homie, dawg, and bro?
A: こんにちはMimi! :)

Dude and Homie can be used for both males and females!
"Sis" (short for Sister) can be used in replacement of "Bro"

I hope this helps you! :D
Q: 男性が使う
Dude, homie, dawg, bro の女性版はなんですか?

What are the female equivalents for the words like
dude, homie, dawg, and bro?
A: Hmm, maybe words like
gal, chick, sis?

Also, all of those words can be used for certain girls. :)

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