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

The meaning of "Due" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa due ??
A: It means when something is expected to be done or handed in. For example; the paper is due Sunday. Meaning that the paper should be finished and handed in by Sunday. I hope this helped you!
Q: O que significa due?
A: Due tomorrow. Means you are supposed to turn in something tomorrow. And due date means the day in which something is expected to happen (such as having a baby) I'll try to think of a better way to explain it
Q: O que significa due?
A: This definition of due would probably fit this definition: 'of proper quality or extent; adequate'
So interchangeable words for that phrase could be: proper indulgence, apt indulgence, appropriate indulgence etc etc. :)
Q: O que significa due?
A: "Due" means it is time for something to happen. If your homework (or an English paper) is due, it is time to finish it and give it to the teacher/professor. If the rent is due, it is time to pay the rent to the landlord. If your library book is due, it is time to return it. Like a deadline. :) "Past due" means the thing is late! Usually with things that are "due" it's something official, something agreed on in advance, so you may get a penalty if you go past the due date without doing the thing you promised!
Q: O que significa "paying your proverbial dues" in the following sentence?
A: To "pay your dues" literally means to pay a fee to an organization you are part of, for example your yearly membership dues for a club.

Here it means to pay by hard work and suffering to achieve something. Paying your dues is like earning your place, going through the hard work at the beginning (that everyone else had to go through as well). "Proverbial" is added to emphasize this meaning.

Example sentences using "Due"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com due.
A: The schools were closed due to snow.
This essay is due tomorrow.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com due.
A: 1. "My research paper is due in tomorrow".

2. "The baby is due in October"

3. "I'm due in for a hair appointment next week"

4. "My doctor's appointment isn't due in until next month"
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com due of ....
A: Due of isn’t correct grammatically. Do you mean due to?
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com due to.
A: Evening classes were cancelled due to the heavy snow.
Due to being lazy, I failed the final exam.
Unemployment due to automation will grow steadily.
Her death was due to an infection.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com due.
A: My homework is due for Friday.

Synonyms of "Due" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre due to e because of ?
A: There's not much of a difference, they pretty much mean the same thing. The flow of words feel more professional, or factual with "due to", 'because of' seems to feel like it would be used in causal, everyday talk.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre due to e because of ?
A: The difference is subtle but important.

Due to is a predicate adjective + preposition that means “the result of” or “resulting from.” It is always used after a form of the verb to be.
E.g. Her headache was due to the enormous elephant peculiarly perched on her head.


Because of is a preposition used to introduce an adverbial phrase and means “as a result of.” It is not used after a form of the verb to be.
E.g. She had a headache because of the enormous elephant peculiarly perched on her head.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre "because of" e "due to" ?
A: "Due to" is more formal and professional sounding.

"Because of" is more plain and common.

They are interchangeable in meaning but in some circumstances "due to" sounds strange because it is more formal.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre because of e due to ?
A: They mean the same thing, but are used in different types of sentences. See this link:
http://linguistech.ca/Tips+and+Tricks+-+Because+of+vs.+Due+to
Q: Qual é a diferença entre due to e because of ?
A: They nearly mean the same thing. Due to is a little more formal and medical, so it can sound weird when it is used with ordinary topics.
"The bones weakened due to malnutrition." <---Natural
"The bones weakened because of malnutrition." <---A little less natural

"Because of the loud barking, I couldn't fall asleep." <--- Natural
"Due to the loud barking, I couldn't fall asleep." <---Fine, but sounds strange in a daily conversation.

I hope this helps. =•]

Translations of "Due"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? due to
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? due to
A: pronounced like DEW
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? due to
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? due
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? paying your dues ...What does that mean? Is it useful expression?
A: It has been a long time since I have heard that expression.


It means that you have the right to something because of your hard work.

"I have paid my dues in the military, I deserve my benefits."

It means "I have served in the military for a long time, so I deserve my benefits."

Is this enough of an explanation?

Other questions about "Due"

Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar due.
A:due” suena igual que “do” (hacer)
por ejemplo:
la factura es pagadero en un par de días. —> the bill is due in a couple of days.
por los estudiantes la palabra “due” tiene una connotación de tener que escribir trabajos.
Q: Due to the lack of personal hygiene, once an infectious disease such as the Black Death broke out, they were killed in village units.
Since there was no soap, the face and hands were rinsed with cold water and the rest of the body was rubbed with a dry linen cloth or perfume. The reason for the development of perfume at that time was for the stench of the body and clothes.
Most people have weakened immunity due to environmental factors such as cold and humid climate, and famine and poor crops. soa natural?
A: × Due to the lack of personal hygiene, once an infectious disease such as the Black Death broke out, they were killed in village units.
✓ Infectious diseases like the bubonic plague were deadly in 16th century France due to inadequate personal hygiene and because of the way communities were structured.

× Since there was no soap, the face and hands were rinsed with cold water and the rest of the body was rubbed with a dry linen cloth or perfume.
✓ The use of soap was not widely accepted (ewww!), so the face and hands were rinsed with cold water, and the rest of the body was cleaned with a dry or perfume-scented linen cloth. (Did I get it right?)

× The reason for the development of perfume at that time was for the stench of the body and clothes.
✓ Perfume was developed to address the stench of the body and clothes in lieu of modern hygiene practices.

× Most people have weakened immunity due to environmental factors such as cold and humid climate, and famine and poor crops.
✓ Famines and improper nutrition weakened their immune systems. (I would check your sources because weather only has a negligible effect on immune systems. COVID-19 has helped us understand this!😮)

Black Death=event; bubonic plague=disease (not capitalized)👍
Q: Paying my dues has made me what I am.
下積みの経験があるから今の私がいる
soa natural?
A: The English is correct
Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar due to .
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Q: due soa natural?
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