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

The meaning of "Curry" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa curry on?
A: No, it is not used in conversation. It is a visual meme. It is printed on coffee cups, T-shirts, shopping bags, posters, etc.
It does not really mean to live in peace. It means to continue with your normal life and enjoy what you normally do.
Q: O que significa currying?
A: Una cepilla para un caballo. Cuando una persona "curries favor", quiere decir que hacen cosas para congraciarse con una persona, como si fueran una persona cepillando un caballo
Q: O que significa curry?
A: food come from india. they eat it with rice and etc
Q: O que significa "All-meat", like in "all-meat curry"?
A: It means that the only ingredients used in that dish are meat products!
Q: O que significa curry?

Synonyms of "Curry" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre The curry is too hot for me to eat. e I can’t eat the curry because it is hot. ?
A: There's no difference! One just might sound more natural than the other depending on the situation!
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I like curry, as long as It tastes quite mild e I like curry,as long as It tastes quite weak ?
A: Mild here refers to the level of spiciness, whereas weak refers to the overall flavour.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I'm curries of e I'm curious about ?
A: I'm curious about how you found the phrase "l'm curries of," because it makes no sense. :)
Also, we don't use "I'm curious of..."

Translations of "Curry"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? curry
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? This curry is not cooked.
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? カレー(curry)を多めに作る
A: make a lot of curry

Other questions about "Curry"

Q: This curry is piquant .
This curry is pungent.

Both correct ?
A: "piquant" means that something has a sharp/spicy/tangy flavor. It also often has implications of being interesting or unusual.

"pungent" means that something's flavor or smell hits you all at once, and fills your senses. (For some things, like curry, this can be a good thing, but it can also be used with bad things to suggest they are overwhelming and unpleasant.)

So "this curry is pungent" means that it has strong flavors, and perhaps when you are eating it, the curry is all you can taste/smell. On the other hand, "this curry is piquant" suggests that the curry has a spicy and tangy (slightly sour) flavor.
Q: I love their curry as ever. I can’t get enough of it. soa natural?
A: "I still love their curry, as always." (comma after curry)
a bit.. odd.. as a 'natural sentence, but it works. Normally you'd hear As always, I still love their curry.
Q: Curry is great because it is malleable and adaptive. Wherever it goes, it can be fused nicely with local ingredients. A Lao version of curry in which bamboo shoot is included so far is the best curry of my life.
soa natural?
A: Curry is great because it mixes nicely with a large veriety of local ingredients. But the best curry that I know of is the Lao version which includes bamboo shoots.
Q: Curry is one of the most popular food in Japan. Although I had thought the curry was introduced into Japan from India since curry originated in there, in fact it was introduced from the UK. I was surprised when I learnt about it for the first time. soa natural?
A: Curry is one of the most popular foods in Japan. Although I had thought curry was introduced into Japan from India, since curry originated there, in fact it was introduced from the UK. I was surprised when I learnt about it for the first time.
Q: A: I really like your curry rice. What's in it?
B: I used some apple. soa natural?
A: You could also say "some of an apple".

You could say "some apples" if you are using more than two apples.

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