Q: What does the symbol ; mean? and how do you use it in a sentence? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It's a semicolon and is used to link two complete thoughts that are closely related. I have a big test tomorrow; I can't go out tonight.
Q: "The symbol T represents the torque applied by the axle" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The axel produces torque. The symbol “T” shows how much torque the axel is producing.
Q: this symbol とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Do not enter
Q: this symbol ; とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Also if you are speaking, genreally it is a pause longer than , (semicolon) and shorter than . (period)
Q: It is the symbol of the oppression that the bonds of marriage have placed upon you as a woman. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Can you share more of the sentences before and after this one for more context?


Q: symbol を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Cymbals are part of an instrument. Drums have lots of cymbals to it. They are round and made of metal.
Q: symbol を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: This “&” is the symbol for the word “and”.
This “=“ is the symbol for “equals”. It compares two quantities measuring the same as one another.
These /$&@%¥£€ are all symbols. They are small shapes relating to their use in abbreviating concepts like math, money, sentences transitions, etc.
Q: How do you use "leading symbol" ? I'm not sure what does "leading" means here. Is it like "primary?" を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Yes. In that context, leading means primary, most common or most relevant.


Q: symbol と logo はどう違いますか?
A: A logo is usually like a company logo, which could be text and symbols or anything else. A symbol usually just means like one character.
Q: symbol と sign はどう違いますか?
A: a noun symbol is like markings or pictures on something else like a sign actually, The temple was covered in symbols. or it could also mean something that represents something else, like... This toy is a symbol of our love. A sign is like a stop sign or McDonald's sign, or could be "sign here" on a form that means you write your name. or it could also mean it represents something like an event or happening. He waited for a sign from God and out came a rainbow.... hope I helped
Q: symbol と emblem と badge はどう違いますか?
A: symbol is a thing that also represents another thing. emblem is a symbolic decoration. a badge is also a symbolic decoration, but it is less decorative.


Q: this symbol @ which is the good way for spelling は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: @ = at symbol
This is called the “at” symbol.
Q: symbol "-" は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: - : Hyphen
Q: '@' symbol は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: We call it the 'at' symbol. So if you were giving someone your email, you'd say 'someone at gmail dot com' for
Q: This symbol that you can find on the phone key pad: "#" は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Depending on the use, the name changes. For Twitter, it's called a "hashtag". On a phone, it's called the "pound key." With numbers (like #1), you say "number" before the numeral. And finally, the last one I can think of is in music, where you call it a "sharp sign."
I didn't realize how many names this had. Goodness. f^-^')


Q: How do you call this mathematical symbol?
A: "P sub t prime" or "P t prime"
Q: When are we actually meant to use this symbol "/" ? I see other people say things like

"In order to gain the candies/lollies, we need to raid that jar"

Are there other ways / can be used?

A: In situations like you have, think of it as "or". It's giving you the choice between these options. Sometimes, you may have more than one.

For example, "Name your favorite movie/film/theare actor". In some situations, / can stand for "and/or", meaning it can be either choices, or more than one.

Other situations you'll find the slant is in breaking lines in poetry; long periods of time (15/16 Season of Baseball), for "per"- for each (3 cookies/ student),
Q: There are three symbols on a plastic bag from a supermarket. The 1st one is Facebook, the 2nd one is Twitter, and I don't know what the 3rd one is. It looks like "V", and I guess it's one of the social media they use. Do you have any ideas? (Someone suggested "Vine", but it's not it.)
A: Oh that's Foursquare

It looks like a V but it's not. It's supposed to be a check, because on Foursquare you "check in" to a place that you go to
Q: Could you teach me how to use this symbol? (;) Also, I don't even know its name.
A: It's name is a "semi-colon" since it looks like a regular colon (:). You use this symbol when you are writing about related information, but are different in content, both of the pieces of information when writing must be able to be independent/ make sense on there own. For instance:"The sea is a large body of water; it is where certain fish live"
Q: These symbols of the email address, what do you read?

. - _ @
A: . dot
- dash
_ underscore
@ at