Q: best hip restaurant
what hip means? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: “Hip” is derived from the 1960s words “hippy” and “hipster.” It means trendy, popular, the latest thing, modern, or contemporary. So a hip restaurant would be a place where people would go to show they’re privy to the latest trends. It’s the opposite of old fashioned.
Q: keep you hip とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Hip can be slang for cool, so this probably means "keep you cool" 😎
Q: hip とはどういう意味ですか?
A: تعني الورك hip
مثلا hip hop : تحريك الورك أو القفز .. يعني الرقص
Q: hip mean.

thanks :) とはどういう意味ですか?
Q: hip and happening とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means "trendy" or "popular."


Q: To shoot from the hip を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Trump! Trump! I know I always use examples with Trump but he is the perfect example.

Obama: spends all night thinking about his speech. Chooses every word carefully. Consults with others prior to delivering speech. Practices.

Trump: wakes up 5 minutes before the speech. Doesn't spend any time preparing. Rambles for a while with no real plan of what to say. THAT is shooting from the hip.

It is USUALLY about talking, but not necessarily a formal speech.

"EEHH told me to do it this way."
"He was just shooting from the hip. He's a smart guy but he was very busy and I don't think he really listened to your problem. I did listen and I think you should do it this other way."
Q: hip を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: My hip hurts.
The three sizes to check are breast, waist and hip.
You shake your hips while dancing.
Q: hip を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Sometimes I hit my hip against the edge of a table.


Q: hips と thighs はどう違いますか?
A: thigh is the muscular part between the knee and the hip; hip is the part between the thigh and the stomach where boys place there hands when they are standing.
Q: hips と buttock はどう違いますか?
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Q: "I'm not really hip to current issues" と "I'm not really up on current issues" はどう違いますか?
A: Yes that's exactly it, hip is older
Q: hip と buttocks はどう違いますか?
A: Hip is on the side, buttocks (or just butt) is the back.
Q: I wasn't able to walk properly after my hip operation. と I can't walk properly after my hip operation. はどう違いますか?
A: @yukari520129: wasn't - past tense. Maybe you couldn't walk last year, but you can now.

You can't walk is present tense. Since you've had the operation you are unable to walk.


Q: Yestarday’s hip hop workout was so intense that I almost run out of breathe. I couldn’t perform properly the second choreography because we weren’t given the time to catch the breath between the first choreography and the second one. は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: spelling corrections:
breath (noun)

Yesterday’s hip hop workout was so intense that I almost ran out of breath. I couldn’t properly perform the second choreography because we weren’t given the time to catch our breath following the first one.
or — because we weren’t given a chance to catch ...

Breath is a noun, breathe is a verb.
Q: Listen to a hip hop
Listening a hip hop

Right? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "Listen to a hip hop
Listening a hip hop"
Neither of those sound natural to me unfortunately, "hip hop" is not countable, so you would not use the article "a".

"listening to" is the correct answer.
Q: I change right hip replacement. I rehabilitate surgery now. I challenge new exercise programs. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I did my best to understand your sentences, and I think it should sound more like this: I have gone through a right hip replacement surgery and now i'm doing rehabilitation. I challenge myself with new exercise programs.
Q: Where is the low hip?? I want to buy a dress, but I have no idea where should I measure. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: The "lower hip" area is the widest part of the hips (see picture).

Good luck on your dress shopping!


Q: it's more hip that way.
it's hipper that way.

which one is what native speakers would say?
A: People use "hip" ironically now. No one actually says "hip" seriously, lol. But, the most common one would be "it's more hip that way."
Q: nice hip rolling! この表現は自然ですか?
A: Ah okay
In that context, "Nice hip roll!" works best
You could also say "nice hip rolling", but that sounds a little unnatural.

To give some more info on this (though you could stop reading at this point since I go into extra details), the first statement compliments the act itself and how it was performed (the noun). Other examples would be "Nice jump", where you are complimenting that particular jump. The second statement compliments the action/ability of the person to do a hip roll. For example, "Nice jumping", where you are complimenting their series of jumps/their entire actions and their ability to jump overall.
Hope this clears things up!
Q: Why "hips" is generally plural?
A: You can say hip if you're referring to one of them, but hips just refers to both of them at the same time. I'm not sure why it's this way, but "hip" would just be one of the sides (like "my left hip hurts").

"Hips" as a metaphorical concept can start to mean the way the hips move / look on a person externally, but saying "hip" as a body part would always be in the medical/scientific sense of the word.
Q: He always shoots from the hip,so I trust him remarkably.
A: He always shoots from the hip, so remarkably I trust him.

this would be better, but "remarkably" seams an odd choice. I'd have expected something like "surprisingly" or "naturally"
Q: what does "be hip to something" mean?
A: @tjstkdn well, it's a little strange to use it that way. "I'm hip with/to my phone" would mean "I know about my phone/I understand how to use my phone"

A- is it okay if I use your phone?
B- sure, I'm cool with that
If you want to use "be cool with" just say it this way :) it's more natural