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

The meaning of "Joe" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa Joe sprinted at him, the hammer raised. The guard, scared by the hammer and scared by Joe, fumbled for his gun, and Joe was on him. The hammer struck him on the cheek... ( from the book You Were Never Really Here)

What does t 'Joe was on him' mean??
A: It can mean either Joe was physically on top of him, or that Joe began attacking him (even if he was not physically "on" him.) The second one is usually used when someone is using a surprise attack, or taking advantage of a sudden change in situation (like the guard fumbling with his gun.)
Q: O que significa will remain the same down-to-earth humble Joe I've always been.

What does it mean??
A: It means that you will always be the simple, straight-forward and modest person that you already are.
Q: O que significa Joe MAMA?
A: There was a whole class of jokes kids used years ago where the punchline was “Yo mama”, and “Joe mama” sounds a bit like “Yo mama”, so it became a joke around a year ago I think.
Q: O que significa When Joe was 18 he left home to find FAME & FORTUNE?
A: To try and become rich and famous.
Q: O que significa "a one-eyed old Joe" in 1102?
A: I don't know if the character they are talking about is actually one-eyed, but Joe is a name that can be used as slang for any average person.

Example sentences using "Joe"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com Joe wishes.
A: Joe wishes to get a car for his birthday

Synonyms of "Joe" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre Fortunately Joe's can afford for me to use chemicals and paper as I like. e Fortunately Joe's can afford me to use chemicals and paper as I like. ?
A: There is no difference in meaning. Some English prepositions may be dropped in spoken English to speed things up. For example:
She gave the book to me.
She gave me the book.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Joe often goes to the movies with 'your' father. e Joe often goes to the movies with 'his' father. ?
A: "Your father" means someone else's father.
"His father" means joe's father
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Joe got acclaims for writing the book. e Joe got acclaims in writing the book. ?
A: Sentence two (using "in" would) be incorrect here. Second just a little tip I got when I was in primary school, there's almost always a better alternative to "got". For instance I would say here "Joe received great acclaim (don't pluralise) for writing his book.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Joe's car e the car of Joe ?
A: Joe's car - this is correct.

The car of Joe - Incorrect.
You will never hear "The car of Joe."

"Joe's car is very fast."
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Joe was to speak today e Joe was supposed to speak today ?
A: "Joe was to speak today" is not used very often because it is older English. When you add supposed, it sounds less refined and more casual.

Translations of "Joe"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)?

Joe Biden is 46th president of USA, but if you ask the number, what is the question in English is like?


“How many presidents were there before Biden? “
This doesn’t sound like fit to my question, I think..
A: I would ask 'what number president is Biden?'
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? What if he really has not let Joe to give his heart. Then I can't imagine Joe's sad level. "
Correct it please
A: What if he really has not allowed Joe to give his heart. In that case I can't imagine Joe's level of sadness.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Joe are you
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Joe do you say sirve este programa ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Joe什么时候才能找到自己的cc
A: @hjc: cc是什么意思?

Other questions about "Joe"

Q: "Who is taller, Joe or Gray?"

In this sentence, why is "Which" wrong?

I failed this problem when I solved the grammar practice book.
A: "Which" is usually followed by a noun
"Which person"
"Which volleyball player"
etc.
Q: Joe suggested us to meet you here. soa natural?
A: Ah sorry I didn't see the grey question. Yes, you need "to" after suggest.
主語 suggests (to 人) (that) 文章.
Things in () are optional.
Q: I wanted him to sing for me, sing Joe Cocker song “You’re so beautiful” even if it was a joke. soa natural?
A: I wanted him to sing for me the Joe Cocker song “You’re so beautiful” ( or you could say "I wanted him to sing for me "You're so beautiful" by Joe Cocker") even if it was (you can add "just" here if you want) a joke.
Q: Hey Joe!
I met you on May 2nd at Big Joy Family Bakery & Cafe for the first time. It has been almost 8 months since we know each other. Actually, you're the first friend in the U.S. I must say, I learned a lot of things in English from you. Thank you for as always being such a good friend. I will never forget you've done to me. I owe you. I have a duty to learn English even I'm back to Japan because I don't want you to be disappointed. In the future, I'm looking forward to grading a beer with you in Japan. I wait for you. See you soon, Joe! soa natural?
A: I can understand it fine but let me correct a few things.

"...almost 8 months since *we've *known each other."

"Actually, you're *my first friend in the U.S. *and I must say, I learned a lot of things *about English from you."

"Thank you, as always, for being such a good friend."

"I will never forget *what you've done for me."

"I have a duty to learn English even *when I'm back *in Japan because I don't want you to be disappointed."

"I'm looking forward to *having a beer with you in Japan *in the future."

"I will be waiting for you." sounds better than "I will wait for you."


You did a great job though! I hope you enjoyed your time in the USA :).
Q: Joe stepped onto the aeroplane and was met by one of the cabin crew who showed him to his seat.
A: I think it's considered to be a similar expression to 'he/she lead him to his seat'. Besides that, it's a common phrase to be used in this kind of situation :)

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