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

The meaning of "Deference" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa What deference between awake and wake? Also, can you tell me about “asleep”??
A: Awake is when you are not sleeping
Asleep is when you are sleeping

I was awake since 5 am.
Wake up! You’re going to be late.
I feel asleep while doing homework.
Q: O que significa want smack the deference?
A: It doesn't make sense
Q: O que significa what the deference between ( get & bring )
and how can I use them .?
A: Bring is when you take something to someplace.
Example: I will bring food to the party.
Get means to receive something
Example: I will get the food from the store.
Q: O que significa The deference between 'Due to' & ' because of';a example sentence will be better.?
A: Due to the fact that I am busy, I will not be able to go to the party.

Because of my work, I am too busy to attend the party.
This website should explain better than I can

Example sentences using "Deference"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com deference.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com What deference between kids and children,or kid and child?.
A: A kid is technically a baby goat, but nowadays it means child too. It is sometimes used as a term of endearment by adults or older teenagers to younger children. (E.g. “Be careful, kid”. A variation of this word is “kiddo”.)
A child is an immature person whose brain is significantly underdeveloped compares to adults. They are under the legal age that declares a person to be an adult. So here, anyone under 18 is a child.

Kid is a little more casual/informal than “child”.

Example sentences:
“She has 2 kids.”
“We are raising three beautiful children together.”
“I love my child so much.”
“There’s too many kids here.”
“That’s for little kids.”
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com deference .
A: "They used deference around their grandma"

"Have some deference for him! He's the president!"

Synonyms of "Deference" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre
What's is deference between

the pizza place to be opened next month

e the pizza place will be opened next month ?
A: "the pizza place to be opened next month" is wrong

it should be "the pizza place is to be opened next month"

They don't really have much of a difference, but people use "the pizza place will be opened next month" more in casual conversations.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre what is deference between (can you tell me what the time is ) e (can you tell me what the time it is ?
A: they are the same thing their asking the same question just with diffrent word placement
Q: Qual é a diferença entre what is deference between these two sentences are both of them true? the first one is (can you tell me what the weather is?) e and the second one is (can you tell me what the weather it is) ?
A: Only the first one is correct
Q: Qual é a diferença entre deference in ill e seek ?
A: name or same
Q: Qual é a diferença entre what is the deference between weight and weigh e ,,,, ?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Translations of "Deference"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? What is the deference between “to squeeze” and “to wring”? Please answer me.
A: Squeeze is when you apply pressure to two or more sides at once while wring is to twist something tightly.

We squeeze an orange
We wring a towel
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? what is deference between see and watch in english
A: watch is purposely focusing on something that you can see
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? what’s the deference between “I was wrong” and “I was mistaken”?
A: @Madiea is correct. "Wrong" is a much more casual word than "mistaken" and many fluent speakers use it more.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? What the deference between “by heart” and “by rote”? Please answer me.
A: They mean the same thing, but BY HEART is more common in modern American English.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? ‘What is the deference on uncertainty and uncertain’
A: Are you're talking about measurements and observational error?
uncertainty region=region of uncertainty=the region where the true value of the measured value lies. 'Uncertainty region' (using the noun uncertainty as an adjective) is understandable but I prefer 'region of uncertainty'.
'Uncertain region' means it is uncertain whether the region exists as opposed to a definite region in which there is uncertainty about something.

Other questions about "Deference"

Q: What's deference between thing and stuff?
A: "Things" is the plural form. That's when your talking about more than one thing. So "things" and "stuff" are basically the same, Just used in different situations. :)
Q: What's the deference of the meaning between "look" and "take a look"?
If these words have same meaning, how do you use them properly?
A: This is pretty tricky. Just like in Japanese, English has a lot of "that's just the way it is" grammar. So this is something you'll just have to memorize. Take a look is a phrase, and "look" is a word contained within that phrase. You can use the word "look" as sort of a short way to say the phrase "take a look." But the word look itself also is used differently depending on the context. A "look" could be a facial expression, an overall apperance of a person, or it could hold the meaning to view something. It just depends on how you're using it if that makes any sense. I may be over complicating things. Just like you have understood subjects in Japanese, it works the same in English. If you were to yell "Look!" and point across the room, everyone would understand that you mean for everyone to take a look at whatever has your attention across the room. It is understood that there is something that you want everyone to see.

English is a very confusing language. Most native English speakers do not know how to use the language properly themselves. I hope I was able to clear things up a bit
Q: I became happy when I found the same between us, and I got excited when I meet the deference between you and me:)

私たちの間にある「同じ」に気がついたとき、私はうれしさを覚えて、私たちの間にある「違い」と出会ったとき、私はワクワクしたのだ。 soa natural?
A: @Shiho0612: because I discovered a new world through you or
through your country or through our differences
depending on what you mean
Q: What is the deference between
'He is always getting bullied' and
'He is always being bullied'?

I'm confused.
I thought 'get' means 'become', and 'be getting' means 'some situation or something changes gradually'.
Like "I'm getting hungry", "It's getting dark".

And I learned 'Get' implies 'change'.
When you say "I got married",
It means you were single and you got married and now you are married.

Why can you use 'always' which means 'all the time','continuously' and
'get' which means 'change' at the same time in first sentence?
Will the meaning change if this sentence is 'He is getting bullied'?
Does it means 'He started being bullied gradually'?
A: In this case "get" doesn't imply change. It makes the speaker sound like the target of an action, regardless of if it happens once or if it happens continuously.

- He gets picked on a lot.
- He gets teased a lot.
- He gets bullied a lot.
- My house got broken into when I was out.

You can also use the regular passive:
- He is picked on a lot.
- He is teased a lot.
- He is bullied a lot.
- My house was broken into when I was out.
But this sounds more impersonal.

"He is getting bullied" doesn't mean it's happening gradually, it means it's happening RIGHT NOW as you are speaking (or it has been happening continually and has not stopped).
Q: What's the deference between the word become and turn into?
I would be happy if you could tell with any example.
A: Yes, I think so :)

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