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Il significato di "Cindy" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa Cindy sure wore out her welcome last night.?
A: 1. To remain a guest in a place, especially someone's home, for too long, to the point where the host no longer wishes one to stay.
“After the cool reception I received at breakfast, it was apparent that I had worn out my welcome at the cottage of my father's friend.”

2. By extension, to do something that makes one no longer welcome in or at a place.
“Things were going fine at the dinner meeting until my coworker made an off-color joke, at which point it seemed that we had worn out our welcome.”
Q: Che cosa significa when Cindy transfers $5 to Steve using PayPal, PayPal maintains a central record of $5 dollars debited from Cindy’s account and $5 credited to Steve’s.

what does debited mean here??
A: "debited" means withdrawn from the account.
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Q: Che cosa significa Cindy recommended a good dentist, but the dentist doesn't have any openings for two months.?
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Parole simili a "Cindy" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra Cindy is singing, dancing, and so one. e Cindy is singing, dancing, and all. ?
A: It's basically the same.

They both mean etcetera. You could also use "and all that" or "and such".

Traduzionde di "Cindy"

Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? Cindy
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Altre domande riguardo "Cindy"

Q: "Cindy is singing, dancing, and so on."

Does this sound natural?
A: Yes, this is natural. And so on doesn't really sound great in formal writing, so you can also say something like:

Cindy is singing, dancing, and generally having a great time at the party.
Q: Per favore dimmi come si pronuncia Cindy .
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Q: Cindy rode a bicycle on the sidewalk with her hair ______ in the wind.

A. blowing
B. blew
C. blown
D. blows

I know the answer is blowing , but are there any grammar reason?
A: @animegasukinano "Blew" is past tense, but in this case, you
would put "blowing" in that blank space. It sounds much more
natural and is more grammatically correct than "blew" in that
situation.

"Cindy rode a bicycle on the sidewalk with her hair blew in the
wind."
Vs.
"Cindy rode a bicycle on the sidewalk with her hair blowing
in the wind."
Q: Cindy is more gooder than Elena sembra naturale?
A: Cindy is better than Elena
Q: I was chatting with Cindy on the internet.
She was about to sleep. So, I said to her, "Have a good night."
And I got no reply from her.

I thought that "Have a good night." = "Good night."

Does "Have a good night" have a different meaning?
A: They both mean the same thing, the only difference is that "Goodnight" sounds more natural.

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