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

The meaning of "Ot" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa on top ot that, she looked more like that stupid picture in the paper than the picture did?
A: I read this whole page twice and I don't understand it. It's a description of someone looking better than they expected, I think.
Q: O que significa fair ot face ?
A: Pretty, beautiful (fair of face)
Q: O que significa called on ot getting called on?
A: This expression usually is used in a classroom setting. Whenever you raise your hand to ask a question or say a comment and the teacher acknowledges you, that is called "getting called on."
Q: O que significa what does ot oti mean #one dance?
A: @AcapellaSinger: "one dance" is a song, and "oti oti" is a phrase that is sang in it

Synonyms of "Ot" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre ot e fe'l e sifat ?
A: wrong language?

Translations of "Ot"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? the crackle ot the dry (dead) grass
A: I think 'crunch' would be the best word.

e.g. 'She could hear the crunch of the dry grass underfoot as she walked.'
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? ot
A: تقصد. قط ؟؟
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Calm down or Quiet down or Keep ot down Which one is the most polite and natural to say?
A: Depends a little on context, but “calm down” or “please calm down” would be the most polite.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? ot
A: Does your OT mean overtime in terms of work?

Other questions about "Ot"

Q: I don't want ot eat, I have a toothache. soa natural?
A: × I don't want ot eat, I have a toothache.
✓ I don't want to eat, I have a toothache.

Natural. “ot” should be spelled “to”.
Q: What does ot mean? Dont spell part backwards,
it's a trap
A: If you put the first letters of part at the end and if you put the letters at the end in the front, part turns into trap.

p a r t
t r a p


k o r e a
a e r o k
Q: can't ot like "cunt"? soa natural?
A: The American pronunciation is [kænt]. We also pronounce the [nt] at the end differently than the British.
Q: Can I use the instead ot these in this sentence. You always wear these shorts and T-shirt at home
A: I would say 'you always wear shorts and t-shirts at home', unless you mean specific items then you would say 'you always wear these shorts and this t-shirt at home'
Q: good ot not? soa natural?
A: can you write down what you are trying to say

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