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

The meaning of "Jenny" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa Jenny Curran seemed to squnch down in her seat a lot. (It’s from a novel Forrest Gump.) What does ’squnch’ mean??
A: It’s not a real word, but I think it’s intended to mean a combination of ‘squirm’ and ‘hunch’.
Q: O que significa spinning Jenny, power loom, flying shuttle, water frame?
A: They are parts of machines to make cloth. The spinning jenny makes thread and the other pieces turn the thread into cloth.
Q: O que significa Jenny warned me that I should not forget ........ my application form before the deadline.
A) to fill out
B) filling out

Can anyone help me to find out which one is correct
Thank you?
A: The correct option is "to fill out", since the other verb in the sentence (warn) is in past tense.

If the sentence were to say "Jenny was warning me..." you would use "filling out" because in that case all verbs would have been in present continuous form.
Q: O que significa Hello!

"Jenny Fields traveled with a small core of adorers"
Does anyone know a synonym for "core"? or for the expression "a small core of adorers"?

Thanks to anyone who will try to help me :)?
A: synonyms:
a small inner circle of adorers
a small coterie of adorers
a small posse of adorers
a small clique of adorers
Q: O que significa Jenny couldn’t really STOMACH THE IDEA?
A: "2 [noncount] : the desire, courage, etc., that is needed to do or accept something difficult or unpleasant — usually used in negative statements"

Synonyms of "Jenny" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre Jenny from BLACK PINK is a pretty girl e Jenny from BLACK PINK is a gorgeous girl
A: “Gorgeous” sounds stronger than “pretty”. I feel like you can call any moderately-attractive person “pretty”, but when you hear “gorgeous”, it’s basically you-could-fall-in-love-levels of beauty.
This could be shown through the saying “drop-dead gorgeous”. Hope that helps!
Q: Qual é a diferença entre It was Jenny who objected to tidying up after the party. e It was objected by Jenny to tidy up after the party ?
A: #1 is OK
#2 might be OK but is confusing. Don't use
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Jenny likes the way that he talks. e Jenny likes the way he talks. ?
A: @LLovingLearning

the meaning is the same!

"jenny likes the way he talks" is just the more natural, more used phrase. but it's not wrong to write "jenny likes the way that he talks"!
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Jenny is a rare person. e Jenny is a weird person. ?
A: Two totally different things. Rare means unusual and has a positive connotation. Weird means odd and has a negative connotation.

Translations of "Jenny"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? is it natural to say?

Jenny: yoga usually isn’t for men but for women, so I guess U have never done yoga before, is it right?

Sam: yes right! i don’t know anything about yoga. I usually do weight training with my personal trainer.
A: Yup it sounds natural!
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Jenny: Do you know this movie?
Sam: No..
Jenny: oh poor Sam.. it’s a very good movie I recommend it!

Can I say “poor “ in this situation? or can you tell me the other ways to say it?
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? ‎I sent Jenny the bag that I had bought in Italy.
A: Perfect - no need to add "to" - we usually leave it out if the recipient is placed just after the verb. Only if you put the recipient at the end do you need to add "the". I sent Jenny the bag, I sent the bag to Jenny.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Jenny
A: j-eh-n-E
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)?
1. why ..... Jenny ..... (not like) maths?
2. A: who..... Rob... (visit) in the past?
B: Rob .... (visit) his grandparents but they started living with them.
can u fill in the blanks with the correct from of used to?
A: Jenny, why you don't like math?

Other questions about "Jenny"

Q: I see,

I will ask Jenny not to make the shipment be delayed. soa natural?
A: I see. I will ask Jenny not to delay the shipment.
Q: I heard you broke up with Jenny.
Just get over her and move on. soa natural?
A: Move on would mean there are other girls and get over would mean not to dwell on her emotionally.
Q: Jenny : This is my state-of-the-art phone I recently bought.
SAM : When did you buy a new phone?

If this context flow is not natural, would you make a new scenario, using a Sam's line. soa natural?
A: Jenny : LET ME SHOW YOU my state-of-the-art NEW phone.
SAM : When did you buy a new phone?

I added the "let me show you" because it adds context to the conversation and the "new" because it's sound more natural in a conversation.
I took away the "I recently bought" because if Sam's line can't be changed, then its not natural that he asks "when.." since Jenny is already stating that she recently purchased it.

Q: Jenny loves being put a spotlight on herself. soa natural?
A: Jenny loves to be under the spotlight. Jenny loves having the stoplight on her.
Q: ‎‎I think Jenny loves me because I saw written on a tree's bark Fer and Jenny soa natural?
A: i would write “i think jenny loves me because Fer and Jenny was carved into a tree” ! the way you said it doesn’t really flow well, but most people would get what you mean :)

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