Domande riguardo a frasi esempio con, spiegazione d'utilizzo di "Nail"s

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

Q: Che cosa significa "You are only helpless when your nail polish is wet. Even then, you could pull a trigger if you had to. " What is the "pull a trigger" meanings in the sentence.?
A: "Pull a trigger" refers to the use of a gun.

So this phrase means "you may be feminine (with wet nail polish) but you can still get your hands dirty if you have to"
Q: Che cosa significa nail biting?
A: It means that you bite your nails. A nail biter is probably something that causes you to bite your nails.
Q: Che cosa significa I nailed this?
A: "I nailed this" is like a slang meaning "I did it" or "I can do this". Most people use "I got this.", and if they finish their own task in a good job, they say, "Nailed it!"
Q: Che cosa significa nail it?
A: "Nail it" means to get it right on the first try

Or to use a hammer to hammer a nail in 🔨
Q: Che cosa significa i nailed it. ?
A: I nailed it means I did a great job

Frasi esempio "Nail"

Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con You nailed it .
A: Good job on your presentation, you really nailed it!

You nailed that job interview! I’m sure you’ll get hired!

You nailed decorating for Christmas!
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con nail.
A: Depends which kind of nail

Nails on your hands and toes (fingernail or toenail):
"Sarah went to the salon and got her nails painted"

The action - To Nail:
"Joe nailed the two pieces of wood together"
or also as popular slang - to catch some one:
"Officer Brady nailed the thief"
or slang to define a hard physical hit
"The football player really nailed him"

The object - Nail
"Joe kept two pieces of wood together with a nail"
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con nailed it.
A: @Ri-na I finally learned the kanji for “one”. I nailed it!

I didn’t think I would pass the exam, but I nailed it.

I saw her hit a home run, she really nailed it.
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con nail.
A: Body part :
Your nails are very long
That dog needs its nails trimmed
Tool:
I hammered the nail
The nail held the painting up
Expressions:
I nailed that on the head!
(means to do something perfectly)
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con nailed it.
A: "Nailed it" can be used literally, like-
As a command: how did you get that to stick to the wall?
"I nailed it"
Or as an exclamation of how great something was/how great you did something
Example:
How did you do on your test?"
"Nailed it!"

"He nailed that interview"

"The contest was a close one, but she nailed it"

Parole simili a "Nail" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra You nailed it. e You killed it. ?
A: they are the same figurativly "you nailed it" means you're really good at something and "you killed it" means that you did it really good.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra I'm going to do my nails. e I will have my nails done. ?
A: When saying I’m going to do my nails you’re implying you, yourself, are going to do your own nails. When saying I will have my nails done it means someone else is going to do your nails, you’re going to get a manicure for example.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra I had my nails done yesterday. e I got my nails done yesterday. ?
A: They generally mean the same thing. "I had my nails done yesterday" sounds a tiny bit more proper/formal in my opinion.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra I'm getting my nails done. e I'm gonna get my nails done. ?
A: "I'm getting my nails done" means that your doing that currently, "I'm gonna get my nails done." Means that you haven't yet but will at another time.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra Where did you get your nails? e Where did you do your nails? ?
A: "Where did you get your nails" technically doesn't make sense, unless they're false nails. "Where did you do your nails" is closer, and although people may say it, there's still a suggestion that you did your own nails, which is an unlikely question for someone to ask. The correct way of saying it is as the person above indicated, which is "where did you get your nails done?"

Traduzionde di "Nail"

Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? nailed it
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? nailed it
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? nails
A: Yes. It is a "long a" sound because of the "i"
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? nailed it
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? nail polish
A: Check the question to view the answer

Altre domande riguardo "Nail"

Q: I booked a nail salon without thinking deeply, but this is my first time to go to the salon in America.
Are there any useful phrases / tips(oh and how many dollars should I leave?) ?

I will have manicures here.
I feel a bit nervous and excited to dive the new world lol.
A: Lol you don't need to be fluent in English to go to a nail salon! Every nail salon I've been to, and I've been to a lot, speak another language other than English. So you'll be fine my dear. 😊
Q: "It is the nail in the coffin for the theory that languages are essentially arbitrary," Perlman said.
What does this expression "nail in the coffin" means? and is it commonly used?
A: It's an idiom for the sense of a thing or event putting an end to something or finally finishing something. In this case, it means the theory is no longer credible.

It is in fairly common use.

Example:. "Some believe that recent reports of Trump's harassment of women are the last nail in the coffin for his presidential hopes."
Q: What he says always hit the nail on the head. sembra naturale?
A: It should be "hits" ("What he says always hits the nail on the head") because you're talking about something that is presently ongoing.

You could also say "Everything he says..." instead of "What he says..." (as in "Everything he says always hits the nail on the head").

If you are talking about a specific time frame in the past, then you could switch it to "... he said always hit ..." (as in "Before the accident, everything he said always hit the nail on the head").

Note: with the corrections, it sounds okay, but usually you "hit the nail on the head" about one specific point/opinion. It's unusual to say that someone generally or always "hits the nail on the head".
Q: While cutting my nails I accidently cut off a chunk of skin and it is now bleeding, but I already asked my mom to put a dressing on it to make the bleeding stop. sembra naturale?
A: I've never heard it used nowadays, it's a pretty old idiom. "Put a bandage on" is used now. (Though bandaids (a brand) are very popular and many people don't know the difference, so "Put a bandaid on" is even more casual.)
Q:
If you saw this nail art on me in reality I'm pretty sure that hardly you had done it on your nails because it looks much more better in the photo.
sembra naturale?
A: I would change this to "if you were to see this nail art on me in real life, you would not be impressed. It looks much better in the photo"

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