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

The meaning of "Obama" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa Obama appeals to the listeners’ emotions by employing this metaphor.?
A: "Appealing to someone's emotions" means acting in a way that causes an emotional reaction within someone, usually making them sympathetic towards your aims. In this context it means that the metaphor Obama used was meant to make the listeners feel a certain way. :)
Q: O que significa Obama simply shrugged off the comments.?
A: Obama heard the comments but didn't listen to it. he just ignored it or didn't let it bother him
Q: O que significa "I just heard about some of this," Obama subsequently told reporters at a press conference in China, referring to Duterte's comments. "But I have seen some of those colorful statements in the past, and so, clearly, he’s a colorful guy。two colorful?
A: Lively, dramatic, a little too much
Q: O que significa "As we all know, Obama win the election."?
A: It's talking about the past:
As we all know- something that has already happened and is irrefutable
Q: O que significa Mr. Obama made the birth certificate public in April 2011.?
A: a birth certificate is a government issued paper that documents your birth

Synonyms of "Obama" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre Obama to visit Japan. e Obama is going to visit Japan. ?
A: "Obama to visit Japan" sounds more like a newspaper headline whereas "Obama is going to visit Japan" sounds like what we would say in conversation.

Translations of "Obama"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Tổng thống Obama đã ăn bún chả khi tới Việt Nam
A: President Obama ate bún chả when he came to Vietnam
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? How do you say How to ask That the Mr.Barack Obama was the which number of president in USA ?
how should I apply "Consecutive?"
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? who is Obama?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Obama,the president of usa,insists to building camps for evacuation people in usa
A: Obama, the president of the United States of America, insists on building evacuation camps for citizens.

Other questions about "Obama"

Q: Mr. Obama said as he left office he would comment on Mr. Trump's actions at "certain moments where I think our core values may be at stake."

Why does it say "he would comment" instead of "he commented"?
A: "would" means he has not done it yet and will. "he commented" means that he already commented.
Q: "How does it feel having a three in vertical?" This is what Obama mentioned in the clip Between two Ferns with Zach Galifanakis. What does it mean? And Zach responds with "it's three inch horizontal." I didn't get this joke.
A: It's got two meanings.

In basketball terminology, he could only jump 3 inches off the ground.

And it could also be a penis joke. A 3 inch vertical in slang means that the penis is 3 inches when erect. And 3 inches horizontal is 3 inches when flaccid.
Q: Mr. Obama who was a former president in the United State announced the enduring farewell speech. soa natural?
A: 発表するのはannounceだけどpresentの意味もあります!この状況にpresentを使ってください。announced は「明日スピーチするから」を言う。present はスピーチをすることです!

そしてここにenduringを使えば間違ってないんだけどちょっとかつぃかな。(that) will never be forgottenは同じ意味でもうちょっと自然です。

Former U.S President Barack Obama, presented a farewell speech that will never be forgotten.


On January 11th of this year, former U.S President Barack Obama presented a farewell speech that will never be forgotten.

On January 11th, 2017 former President Barack Obama, presented a farewell speech that will never be forgotten.

Q: I wonder whether what Obama said is all coming from what he thought himself. soa natural?
A: I wonder if everything Obama says is what he actually thinks.
Q: What does the last "I got it from here" by Obama mean?

The initial public reaction to the President’s decision appeared to be overwhelmingly positive, as news of the executive order sent his approval rating soaring to seventy-nine percent.

Asked by reporters if he had any message for members of Congress, the President said, “I got it from here.”

A: "I got it from here" means handle it / deal with something from now on. It's the same with "i'll take it from here" :)

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