Q: I rarely dwell on my problems. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It’s more like someone who prefers/chooses not to ponder over their problems. Rather than forgetting about their problems It’s much closer to ignoring them. It essentially means not giving the problems much attention.
Q: dwell とはどういう意味ですか?
Oops. I almost forgot. Dwell can have different meanings. And the meaning in that context means to hold onto something emotionally or to carry emotional baggage. So in that context, "don't dwell" doesn't mean "don't live", but "don't hold on to emotional baggage".
Q: dwell on とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Dwell is like your thinking about something negative when u can’t change it .

Example: “don’t dwell on the past”
“Don’t keep thinking about the past “
Q: dwell on とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means to be concerned with a topic or aspect of a situation. Often it’s used in a negative construction, like “Don’t dwell on the cost...” or “Let’s not dwell on our differences...”
Q: I was trying not to dwell too much on that fact とはどういう意味ですか?
A: similar to worry or think about, maybe the fact is a sensitive subject or not worth worrying about because you can't change it. I hope this makes sense :)


Q: dwell を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Figuratively (most common) - get stuck on an idea/thought, think excessively about it (especially something negative)
Don’t dwell on the past.
I wouldn’t dwell on the fact that he said that, you should move on.

The bata dwell in the cave (they live in the cave).
Q: dwell を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: DWELL isn't a verb we use very often in everyday language. You see it most often in stories about monsters, ogres and monarchs who DWELL in caves, castles, or even (faraway) lands. So it sounds quite literary. However, we do use DWELLING in modern English to refer to any type of residence or place to live.
Q: dwell を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: He dwells in a small house.
They are dwelling on the idea.
Q: "dwell", "duties" and "flood" を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: @Felipeoutb: I seem to dwell in the past.

Dwell means to live, or remain.

"My duties as a cook include cooking food"
Duties is a responsibility, something that you have to do.

"It rained so much that there was a flood"
Flood is when there is too much rain and you cannot drive on the road.
Q: "to dwell" を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: It's useless to dwell on things that you cannot control.


Q: dwell と live はどう違いますか?
A: There are the same. Dwell is to live somewhere.
Q: dwell と live はどう違いますか?
A: dwell sounds very formal and archaic, I never hear that word.

A random link to support my opinion.
Q: dwell と live はどう違いますか?
A: “Dwell” means more to be/reside in a place. You use this when you’re talking about the location someone lives, but no one really talks like this anyway (not casually or commonly at least.)

“Many creatures dwell in this forest.”

Sometimes it’s used to talk about someone who’s lingering on something by writing, speaking, or thinking about it constantly. This is used more commonly than the original definition.

“Don’t dwell on the past.”

“Live” can mean the exact same thing as dwell, but it also has a lot of other meanings. If you don’t know those other meanings then just ask. It’s a lot more common; it isn’t necessarily informal, just way more modern.

“She’s been living in that house for decades.”

Q: dwell と inhabit はどう違いますか?
A: DWELL takes a prepositional object "they dwell IN caves" and is used for animals and in literature. INHABIT takes a direct object and basically means to occupy a space or even a region: "they inhabited a large part of the city"
Q: dwell と live はどう違いますか?
A: dwell- to move around or to be situated in a general area
live- to be alive; have a home somewhere

I think you are referring to "dwelling", which can mean "home" or "house".


Q: dwell は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: dwell は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: dwell on は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: which is more commonly used?

1) dwell on the past
2) carry a grudge
A: The phrase would be "bear a grudge".

They are both a bit different.

Dwell on the past sounds like "worrying about what's happened in a negative way, excessively."

Bear a grudge = hold a grudge against somebody, again excessively.
Q: "To dwell on a task" is dwell the right word or is it mostly limited to thoughts ?
A: It is ok for other things
Q: What did we dwell on? この表現は自然ですか?
A: It does sound natural and is grammatically correct, but it's not something you really hear people say. Could you give me a bit of information on the context?
Q: she has dwelled here all her life.
she has lived here all her life.
which one is right? is "dwell" a verb which is commonly used?
A: It's a rare verb, mostly used in old books.

The past tense should really be "dwelt", but even native speaker might say "dwelled" because it's so rare to say.

The noun form ("dweller") is used a bit more when combined with a place, as in "swamp dweller".
Q: I have studied English for 10years. But I still can't speak it fluently. I dwell why
A: English is an odd language. The grammar structure is difficult to learn and the rules aren't always true