Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Achilles"

The meaning of "Achilles" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa I knew it was her Achilles heel.?
A: I knew it was her one weakness.

Achilles was dipped in the river Styx as a baby to make him invulnerable, but he was held by his heel, so that was his only remaining vulnerable spot. He died from being shot there with an arrow.
Q: O que significa Achilles' heel?
A: a weakness or weak point
Q: O que significa Achilles died because of this part of the body?
A: The Achilles' tendon is the tendon at the back of the foot. Achilies only weak spot was that tendon

Synonyms of "Achilles" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre Achilles' heel e Achilles'(s) heel ?
A: Yes, they are the same meaning.

Translations of "Achilles"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? (Achilles and his gold. )
what's mean gold?
1. armor
2. jewelry
3. another ...
A: gold : 금

Other questions about "Achilles"

Q: Can you explain me, what do these Achilles words mean ? - "Imagine the king who fights his own battles, wouldn't that be a sight".
A: Yes. You could also say "That was quite a sight."
Q: If Achilles had known that Patroclus would be killed, Achilles “would have not lent him his armors/ would not lend him his armors”
A: would not have lent him his armors*
Q: If Achilles can runs ten times faster than a tortoise, then while Achilles runs the ten meters, the tortoise will run a more meter. soa natural?
A: If Achilles can run ten times faster than a tortoise, then while Achilles runs ten meters, the tortoise will run a meter.
Q: Studying is her Achilles' hill (do you pronounce AKILAZI?)
A: *heel. Es tracta del taló d'Aquil•les, no del seu pujol ;)
Q: why we write "Achilles' heel " , not "Achilles's heel" ?
A: It is not a double "ss" like boss's wife. but I would write it like you!

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