Q: the word notorious とはどういう意味ですか?
A: berucht/befaamd. Heeft een licht negatieve klank
Q: the word from the picture とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Yes yes it's the same as だるい.
だるい has some kinds.
(A little formal)
体がだるい:I feel sluggish.

そんなのだるいよ:I don't want to such a thing.

(More casual, and it is usually used by manga's character.)
そんなのだりーわ:I don't want to such a thing.(What a hassle!)

So if I translate だりーわー into English, I'd say ''What a bother!'' or ''What a hassle!''
Q: '"I" word' in 2492 とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Yeah unless he meant "Intimate" but he was probably referring to "love"
Q: word とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Wimpy means to act or be like a wimp. A wimp is someone who is physically weak or afraid to do anything.

"Come on! Don't be a wimp!" is a common response to someone who is reluctant to do something.
Q: the word hella とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it is slang for "very" or slang for "a lot" of something, but we mostly use it instead of "very" :)
so like: I'm hella tired = I'm very tired

there were hella dogs = there were a lot of dogs


Q: "among" word < how i can speling ? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Sara is the prettiest among her friends.

I'm the only one who likes cats among my family .

I enjoy being among my family and relatives.

He believes there is a spy among us.

We divided ten dollars among the five of us.

Q: word to and too を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: (1)A: "I'm going to the store."
B: "Really? I'm going to the store, too!"

(2)"(I don't like funazushi.) He told me he hates funazushi, too. Please don't bring any to the party."

(3)"I will talk to her about it tomorrow. Please don't cry. This, too, shall pass."

(4)A: "I sent a letter to her apartment."
B: "Oh, really? I sent one, too."

(5)A: "This boy is too much trouble for my daughter."
B: "You should talk to his mother."

(6)A: "She is too loud!"
B: "I think so, too!"
A: "Should we talk to her?"
B: "I want to talk to her about it, but I don't want her to yell at us."
Q: word apprentice を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: An apprentice is someone who is studying under someone. Generally, this "student"'is learning a trade. For example, the iron smith's apprentice learned to form his first horseshoe. The baker's apprentice can be found eating sweets in the corner when no one is looking.
Q: additional word + walk を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "She was lying there on the sidewalk."
"My little girl is a sleepwalker so I need to keep an eye on her."
"I saw him standing on the boardwalk over there."
"She was the most beautiful model to ever enter that catwalk."
Q: with using the word "bring", how do ask people the reason to come to America? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Present tense: "What brings you to America?"
Past tense: "What brought you to America?"

If you wanted to answer, you could say "What brought me here was my desire to learn English (etc)." If someone or something caused you to come to America, you could say "I was brought here by my family / studies (by whomever or whatever)."


Q: The word "the"has two ways to pronounce, are they different? と the はどう違いますか?
A: The is pronounced "thuh" before words beginning with a consonant. The is pronounced "thee" before words that begin with a vowel or vowel sound. (This is the general rule but there are exceptions depending on style and usage.)
Q: give my word と promise はどう違いますか?
A: if you tell someone to, "take my word for it," it means that they can trust you. if you use promise, you are making a pact to stay truthful.
example: I promise I'm
not lying! you can take my word for it.
Q: you have my word と I have my word はどう違いますか?
A: "My word," as somebody agreed, is a promise. You can promise somebody else (give them your word). However, you cannot give yourself your word you would rather "hold yourself to your own word." Cheers! :)
Q: "take one at one's word" と "take one's word for it" はどう違いますか?
A: To take a person at their word means that you trust them to do what they sah they will. Like a vow. To take a person's word for something means that you believe that what they said was true.
For example: Roy tells Tony that he will help him with his homework. Tony takes Roy at his word/trusts that Roy will help him.
Roy tells Tony that the answer to the question is 8. Tony does not have to ask why, he takes Roy's word for it that the answer is 8.
Hope this helps! :)
Q: word と sentance はどう違いますか?
A: word = 字 sentence = 句子
A word is an element of a sentence. A sentence is a compilation of words.

Hope this helps!


Q: What was the word for impolitely polite? I remember it's something like condense or condolence は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: Do you mean condescending?
Q: ——-Hi all! Could you please tell me whether the word “thwart” is used in a formal or informal dialogues. thanks! は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: You don't normally hear "thwart" in day-to-day conversations, it's quite archaic/old-fashioned, and when it's used it's usually for emphasis/humour, e.g. "You hath been thwarted by me, admit your inferiority!" (In a game of chess of something)
Q: ——-Hi all! Could you please tell me whether the word “thwart” is used in a formal or informal dialogues. thanks! は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: It can be used in both formal and informal settings.

Just for interest, you will see ‘thwart’ the most in dramatic settings, such as in a movie, a book or a play. You will often hear of the heroes thwarting the evil plans of the villain.
Q: What word is this..😂Lio? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
Q: The word under flammable,what is it? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: That handwriting is incredibly hard to read. Maybe "volatile"?


Q: I just learned the word ground on duolingo app, so I wrote these sentences below. Can you check if I understand that word correctly?

A) I was riding a bicycle on the sidewalk when a dog suddenly appeared and because of that I fell on the ground

B) My neighbor's cats are playing on the ground of my yard

C) There was a car crash earlier in my neighborhood, a person was hurt badly and there was blood in the ground
A: A) Looks good.

B) You can't really say "on the ground of my yard" because the yard is the ground. You could say something like "My neighbor's cats are playing on the ground near my house."

C) "...there was blood *on* the ground."
Q: 【楚々】SOSO
The word means “purity and beautiful appearance” and “dainty and beautiful appearance”.
Originally, “楚” represent “the small dainty flower in the fields” but the meaning spreads to represent “unpretentious and purity appearance.”
A: × 【楚々】SOSO
The word means “purity and beautiful appearance” and “dainty and beautiful appearance”.
✓ 【楚々】SOSO
This word means “pure with beautiful appearance” and/or “dainty with beautiful appearance”.

Originally, “楚” represent “the small dainty flower in the fields” but the meaning spreads to represent “unpretentious and purity appearance.”
Originally, “楚” represented “the small dainty flower in the fields” but the meaning has spread to represent “unpretentious and pure appearance.”

Q: I saw this word "KOSMO" on Aespa Next Level MV
what the KOSMO means?
A: KOSMO is a play on "the cosmos" which means "the universe"
Q: I wonder how you use “screw” this word, I always see this word in many different daily speaking.
A: In daily use, "screw" usually is somewhat of a mild swear word. It is not considered too rude, but it also cannot be used in very formal situations. For instance:

"Screw this puzzle!" This means that I think that the puzzle is very hard, and I'm expressing my annoyance at it.
"I'm screwed." This means that I am going to end up in a bad or unfair situation that I can't prevent. So for instance, if I broke an expensive vase and have to pay a million dollars for it, I can say "I'm screwed."

Both of these uses can be used in conversation as long as it is not in a professional environment like with your boss, and they can be used even with strangers, although of course you should be careful. It can also be used as an insult:
"Screw you!" This means, quite simply, that I hate someone.

Also, there is another definition of "screw" that means "to have sexual intercourse."
"Do you think he screwed her?" = "Do you think he had sexual intercourse with her?"
This definition is also used in casual speech, but of course only with close friends. It is different from the above definition, although they could be etymologically related.

And then of course there is the meaning of "screw" that just means 螺絲.
Hope this helps!!
Q: do you use the word Disgusting to mean like “cool” or something like that?
A: yes so in this case he was saying disgusting as cool you are correct. It’s rarely ever used but in this scenario it’s another way of saying something was really, really, really cool or fun. Just like if you were to say “that was sick”, it would mean the same thing. It’s not technically correct but it’s funny 😂