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

## The meaning of "Numbers" in various phrases and sentences

**Q:**O que significa which of the

**numbers**19,21,23 and 25 has the most factors??

**A:**日本語で数学の用語 を知っていません。

Factors:

19 = 1 x 19

Factors = 1, 19

21 = 1 x 21, 7 x 3

Factors = 1, 3, 7, 21

23 = 1 x 23

Factors = 1, 23

25 = 1 x 25, 5 x 5

Factors = 1, 5, 25

**Q:**O que significa Could you just go over these

**numbers**with me??

**A:**This could mean somebody you work with or know asking for you to re check, help or just look at some

**numbers**

**Q:**O que significa The

**numbers**are still being crunched ?

**A:**The

**numbers**are still being calculated/ counted.

**Q:**O que significa we ran some rough

**numbers**?

**A:**This is to say we looked things over quickly. For example: We ran some rough

**numbers**and you will need about $20,000 as a down payment for the house.

**Q:**O que significa "by

**numbers**"?

**A:**It means he or she paints many paintings. Dozens or hundreds of them.

## Example sentences using "Numbers"

**Q:**Mostra-me frases de exemplo com “...a big larger than...”. Is it appropriate for explain the

**numbers**?.

**A:**I added a photo to your blubber question to help you understand what munching means, haha. Go look at it.

I think "...a big larger than..." is not correct.

It should be "bit", not "big".

...a bit larger than...

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I think it's used more with size than

**numbers**, but I think you can use it with

**numbers**too.

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Example sentences:

NFL jerseys tend to run a bit larger than regular clothing.

Our audience is a bit larger than what it was last year.

The Native American Indian population is quite a bit larger than outsiders might suspect.

It's a bit larger than a rhinoceros, but smaller than an elephant.

The stickers are medium sized, so they are quite a bit larger than normal.

This sculpture is a bit larger than the others, but I like it.

**Q:**Mostra-me frases de exemplo com in small

**numbers**.

**A:**Check the question to view the answer

## Synonyms of "Numbers" and their differences

**Q:**Qual é a diferença entre The

**numbers**of which have already been reduced e The

**numbers**have already been reduced ?

**A:**"The

**numbers**of which have already been reduced" describes things that were mentioned in the previous sentence.

Example: "Exterminators have been hired to get rid of the pests in the area. The

**numbers**of which have already been reduced."

"The

**numbers**have already been reduced" doesn't need a preceding sentence but sounds odd to me without context.

Example:

A: "Any update on the pests in the area?"

B: "The

**numbers**have already been reduced."

**Q:**Qual é a diferença entre Count the

**numbers**from 1 to 20 e Count from 1 to 20 ?

**A:**There is no need to include “the

**numbers**” so we would most probably not say it, unless there was some particular reason. It adds nothing to the meaning because tge remainder of the sentence clearly refers to the

**numbers**you wish to hear counted.

**Q:**Qual é a diferença entre These

**numbers**are not right! e These figures are not right! ?

**A:**Numbers and figures aren't always the same thing. Numbers mean, well, number while figures are like statistics on a chart or something similar.

**Q:**Qual é a diferença entre

**numbers**e figures ?

**A:**Number is a number, nothing more, but a figure may be a number, a letter, or anything that is somewhat significant

## Translations of "Numbers"

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

①Due to the large

**numbers**of applicants, registration has been ended.

②registration has been closed.

③We stopped accepting registration, because all the places are taken.

どれが正しいですか？

**A:**They are all pretty close.

1)

"registration has been ended" -> "registration is now closed"

2)

This is fine with a little more detail, e.g. "registration has been closed since last week" or "registration has been closed for quite some time now"

But to speak about the present, use "registration is {now / currently} closed"

3)

"stopped accepting registration" -> "stopped accepting new registrations"

**Q:**Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? How to say these

**numbers**correctly?

258,963

1,589,625

**A:**1.) Two hundred fifty-eight thousand nine hundred sixty-three

2.) one million five hundred eighty-nine thousand, six hundred twenty-five

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

**numbers**in speaking English? say,like 5836,789,456

**A:**Here's an example large number:

6,532,798,143

Written form:

Six billion, five hundred thirty two million, seven hundred ninety eight thousand, one hundred forty three

**Q:**Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? 268,459 (

**numbers**in English)

**A:**Two hundred and sixty-eight thousand, four hundred and fifty-nine

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

**numbers**in the picture(could you record how to read the

**numbers**like four two three blabla...? I want to practice listening of the

**numbers**.)

**A:**If you want any particular rows just tell me and I'll pronounce it for ya 😊

## Other questions about "Numbers"

**Q:**I would like to know what 'we hit our

**numbers**' means. Does it mean 'we reach our sales target' when someone talks about their business?

**A:**That is exactly what it means.

It means they raised the money or sold the number of products that they wanted to.

**Q:**11111

22222

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33333

44444

The above

**numbers**are the registration codes for undergraduate students.

The below

**numbers**are the registration codes for graduate students.

Does "above

**numbers**" indicate 11111 and 33333? soa natural?

**A:**You can say "the top codes in each set of two." I can't think of one word that could identify both

**Q:**The

**numbers**are in Arabic (0, 1, 2, 3, etc.) soa natural?

**A:**The

**numbers**are written with Arabic numerals (0, 1, 2, etc.).

**Q:**which do you like,these

**numbers**?

この中のどの数字がすきですか？ soa natural?

**A:**You should say "which of these

**numbers**do you like?"

**Q:**Can you give me six

**numbers**between one and thirty-three, then give me one number between one and sixteen,thank you.

**A:**23, 12, 9, 7, 15, 10; 2

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