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

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

Q: Che cosa significa sure thing?
A: It isn't used very often. It is an old term
Q: Che cosa significa You blue the thing off?
A: "You blew the thing off"

Depending on the context, it either means "You made it explode and fall off." or "You blew air at it and it fell off."
Q: Che cosa significa We had too much of a good thing. ?
A: Too much of a good thing can be bad. For example, the worst thing you can do with your favourite song is listen it it over and over again until you're bored of it.
Q: Che cosa significa One thing all this time off had meant was he was in the gym four days a week?
A: We're talking about all the time he had off. Since he had a lot of time off, one thing that happened was that he ended up going to the gym four days a week.
Q: Che cosa significa last important thing?
A: The last important thing.. 마지막 중요한 건..
If you have a list of important things, this is the last one.

The only important thing..
(중요한 것은 하나밖에 없단 의미입니다.)

The only last important thing (X)
This makes no sense. If you only have one important thing, then there is no list.

Frasi esempio "Thing"

Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con As if there is such a thing..
A: "As if there is such a thing called a Chupacabra"
"As if there is such a thing as a thousand dollar pizza"
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con Here is the thing..
A: "Here is the thing..." is a starter in which advises the listener that the speaker is going to the main point, conclusion or something big.

Her eyes are beautiful, her hair is silky smooth and her skin is flawless but here's the thing, beneath her face is an ugly personality.
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con thing.
A: A table is a Thing
I have many Things to ask
Things are looking good
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con one thing let to another.
A: did you mean "one thing led to another"?

It's a set phrase to say that a series of events led to a certain (usually surprising) outcome.

One thing led to another and now I'm going on a trip.

After talking with John, one thing led to another and now we are dating.
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con have a little thing for sb.?/sth.?.
A: 1) I had a little thing for Joe (meaning - I liked/had a crush on Joe)

2) I had a little thing for basketball (meaning - I liked/was pretty good at basketball)

3) She has a little thing for hamburgers (meaning - she likes hamburgers enough to point out)

Parole simili a "Thing" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra thing e stuff ?
A: @BuddyPretty_206 That's a good question!
I'm not 100% sure but i think that it all depends on the context. If I'm talking about a concrete object I would use "thing", like "what is that thing?"; "that heart shaped thing". Instead of "stuff", which i'd use to refer of a not specific thing or things, for instance when you say "there's a lot of old stuff in the attic", "Alice got a lot of books and stuff in her room", "kitchen related stuff".
Maybe is not neccessarily this way but at least is how i use it S: hope it's useful
Q: Qual è la differenza tra thing e stuff ?
A: @Noborio: almost the same. "Thing" refers to one object. "Stuff" usually refers to many objects, or a lot of one object.
Here is a good rule: if you can count it, use "thing", "things", or "stuff". But if you cannot count it, you must use "stuff".
For example: She has a lot of stuff in her backpack. ✔
She has a lot of things in her backpack. ✔
What is the stuff leaking from the pipe? ✔
What are the things leaking from the pipe? ❌ (Grammar is correct, but it doesn't make sense.)
Q: Qual è la differenza tra "The important thing is..." e "A important thing is..." ?
A: "A important thing" is incorrect -- it would be "An important thing."

The important thing = the one single important thing about something. Implies that it is very important.

An important thing = one of multiple important things about something. Not as strong of an implication as the first sentence.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra I can't do two thing at a time e I can't do two things at the same time ?
A: I can't do two things at a time.
I can't do two things at once.
I can't do two things at the same time.
I can't do two things simultaneously.

They all have the same meaning.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra The thing is ... e The point is ... ?
A: Nothing really, it's all about context, in them same context both mean «the important matter» or «what i'm trying to say is...»

Traduzionde di "Thing"

Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? how do you say if you want some thing from someone ?
A: May I have some, please?
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? that "slimy thing that comes from the nose"
A: Snot? Booger? Mucous?
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Regno Unito)? how do you say the thing in the kitchen to suck the smoke from cooking?
A: Extractor Fan
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? the bright thing in the pic
A: It's still a light.

Lights that are recessed in a ceiling (inside a hole in the ceiling) are sometimes called recessed lights.

But I would just call it a light.
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? thing in the photo
A: Exercise bike.

Altre domande riguardo "Thing"

Q: the first thing you need to is go to the room that you messed up and tidy up sembra naturale?
A: the first thing you need to do is go to the room that you messed up and tidy it up
Q: The first thing i want to oppose you on is that... sembra naturale?
A: The first thing i want to oppose you on is that...
This sentence makes sense and the person would know what you’re saying but no one would say that.
Instead: the first thing I disagree with you on is...
Q: What do you call the thing that you use the knob from?
what's the thing that has a knob attached to it for opening doors? sembra naturale?
A: Oh, it was a question inside of a question! I misunderstood.

I would ask it like this:

"What do you call the thing that you use on a knob? What's the thing attached to the knob that lets you open doors?"

In the first sentence, "on" is better than "from" because it talks about its physical position. "a" is better than "the" because you're talking about any knob, not about a specific knob. If you are asking about a particular door and pointed to the door's knob while asking, "the" would make sense, but most of the time you would say "a".

For the second sentence, it sounds more natural to say that smaller things are attached to bigger things. It's just something word about the word "attach." "The lock is attached to the knob" sounds fine, but "the knob is attached to the lock" sounds funny. Similarly, "knobs are attached to doors" sounds ok, but "Doors are attached to knobs" does not sound natural.

Lastly, I'd say "that lets you open doors" instead of "for opening doors." "For opening doors" describes the knob more than the lock. "lets you open doors" describes what it "allows" you to do, rather than what it has done itself.
Q: I hope that I can move my thing to new apartment in 3 steps sembra naturale?
A: I hope that I can move my thing to my new apartment in 3 steps.
Q: What do you call this thing:
Imagine you're taking a test at school, everyone has the same test but the questions are slightly different so that you cannot cheat or copy someone's answer. What do you call it? I've heard somewhere that it's called a "take" but I'm not sure about that. For example, Test 1 Take 1/2/3, etc.
A: i would call them different forms or different versions of the test

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