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

The meaning of "Jeff" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa Jeff's hair fell out.?
A: It means Jeff lost his hair, and he has now fewer hairs, or that he is even bald.
Q: O que significa Jeff recently toured in a bid to show solidarity with the company’s fulfillment workforce. とくにa bid の部分がよくわかりません?
A: "~をするために"という意味です。似た言葉として"in an attempt to"があります。
Q: O que significa Jeff is driven by his own inner demons ?
A: That he is being controlled by his negative emotions.
Q: O que significa Jeff is driven by his own inner demons?
A: Inner demons is a personal struggle

Synonyms of "Jeff" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre Jeff doesn't very much exercise e Jeff doesn't exercise very much ?
A: The first one sounds unnatural. It's not something you would usually hear.
The second one is much more natural.
There really isn't a difference in meaning, it's just said differently.

For example:
Natural:
I don't like to run very much.

This is unnatural:
I don't like to very much run.

If you left out "very much" in the first example, the sentence still makes sense:
I don't like to run [very much].
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Jeff the killer e Jane the killer ?
A: @machupichu_ Those are creepypasta stories that are something like urban horror stories created by Web users. Jeff the killer is the original name of the story and main character of one of those creepypastas, in the story he was a teenager who became a killer after some events that happened in his life. His face was accidentally set on fire while he was in a party because of some bullies that were hunting him, at the end he killed them too, when he returned from the hospital he went to the bathroom and cut his mouth into a joker smile. After that he killed his parents and brother, he continued killing people randomly and saying his iconic line before that 'go to sleep'. (you can search for the online story). While Jane the killer was her female kind of nemesis, in this case Jane met Jeff before he turned into a serial killer and she kinda liked him. After everything that happened and he became a serial killer he went to Jane's house and killed her parents and set her face on fire so, she hates Jeff and tries to hunt him around to take revenge for everything he did to her and her parents (you can also search for the full story online). Nowdays both terms are specifically used to talk about those creepypastas that were very famous in the Web around 2010-2015, there's also movies about this creepypastas that you can search online. I hope this helped you to understand this concepts :D
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Jeff ate an apple when he got home from work e Jeff ate an apple when he had got home from work ?
A: “Jeff ate an apple when he got home from work” seems more natural.
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Q: Qual é a diferença entre "While I am fond of Jeff, I don't want to marry him" e "Although I am fond of Jeff, I don't want to marry him" ?
A: There’s no difference in meaning. There’s only a slight difference in that “Although I am fond of Jeff” is a slightly stronger statement, contrasting between your fondness for Jeff and your lack of desire to marry him. They pretty much mean the same thing though.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Jeff e Jeffrey ?
A: Jeff is usually just a short version of Jeffrey that may be used by friends or family of the person.

Translations of "Jeff"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Jeff Buckley has a song called lover, you should’ve come over
What’s the meaning of “come over” in here?
A: More like missing his past lover (yearning/longing for a lover he lost, a relationship that perhaps ended due to his own mistakes).
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Jeff
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? can I say: It was raining and Jeff took the bus home so that not to get wet.
A: You would say "Because it was raining, Jeff took the bus home in order to not get wet." or "It was raining so Jeff took the bus home so he wouldn't get wet."
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? Jeff will show Susan the new flat. How to say it in passive form. Susan = subject.
A: the new flat will be shown to suzane by jeff

Other questions about "Jeff"

Q: I met Jeff that I was really looking forward to last winter. soa natural?
A: × I met Jeff that I was really looking forward to last winter.
✓ Last winter, I met Jeff which was someone I was really looking forward to meet.

OR

I met Jeff last winter. He’s someone I was really looking forward to meet.

Here’s a spoken, more casual version of the sentence, but all the more still grammatically correct on paper.
Q: Which is correct, thank you!

Jeff: ______ Jay and Ted ______ new girlfriends now? Brad: Sure. Look over there. They _____ pizza with their new girlfriends.

1. Are;having;have
2. Are;having;are having
3. Do; have; are having
4. Do; have; have
Q: Hello Jeff! It is great that you are planning on take a taxi tomorrow, I was about to tell you that there will be a strike on the metro tomorrow. soa natural?
A: Hello Jeff! It is great that you are planning on taking a taxi tomorrow, I was about to tell you that there will be a strike on the metro tomorrow.

It would sound better if you used taking instead of take.
Q: Jeff is a bright, friendly student who makes an effort to engage with the teacher and gets along well with the other students in the class. Furthermore, I can see his English skill improvement ever since he joined my class so I'm very happy with that result. soa natural?
A: ​‎Jeff is a bright, friendly student who makes an effort to engage with the teacher. He gets along well with the other students in the class. Furthermore, I can see his English skill improvement ever since he joined my class. I'm very happy with that result.

Writing the sentences like this is better because they would be too long otherwise. Your word choice is really good and you clearly understand what you are writing though.
Q: We decided Jeff would be the new leader of this class. soa natural?
A: This is good, but saying "we've (we have) decided Jeff should be the new leader of this class" is more natural

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