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

The meaning of "Oxford" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa an Oxford comma?
A: Traditionally, when writing a list, you use commas to separate each item on the list except for the last item, where you instead use "and":
"I went to buy some apples, bananas, grapes and oranges".
The Oxford comma is adopted by many people, where a comma is added before the "and".
"I went to buy some apples, bananas, grapes, and oranges".
There is some controversy about its use:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_comma
Q: O que significa Oxford ?
A: a thick cotton fabric chiefly used to make
Q: O que significa Oxford?
A: It's a city.
Q: O que significa even though he,an Oxford math graduate,had no preference.?
A: Even though he went to a good school, he had a no opinion.
Q: O que significa Oxford University was established during the 1100s. (Does it mean,established in the 12C,or,established during 1st January,1100 to 31st December,1100?)?
A: Both! The 12th century is the period from 1st January,1100 to 31st December,1100.

Synonyms of "Oxford" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre "On Oxford Street" e "In Oxford Street" ?
A: "on Oxford Street" sounds more natural, in my opinion.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Oxford dictionaries e Cambridge dictionaries e Longman dictionaries e Merriam Webster dictionaries e Macmillan dictionaries ?
A: These are just different publisher. Main differences might be for example the number. At my school (in Germany) the Oxford one is chosen to be the best

Translations of "Oxford"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? I'd like to order an Oxford heel shoes.
Could I have it that it is all black body?
A: I would like to order a pair of (your) Oxford heel shoes.

Do you have such(/Oxford heel) shoes in black?
I would particularly like shoes which are mainly black.
I would like shoes which are black other than the accessories and decoration or frills.
I would like shoes that are mainly black.
Do you have Oxford heel shoes that are mainly/predominantly black?

I know what you mean by "body" but I am not sure that people in the UK refer to the "body" of a shoe.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? The Oxford dictionary says parcel is mainly used in UK, package is mainly used in US, is it really?
A: Yes. Americans always call them packages.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? Oxford University
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? Oxford streetはヨーロッパの中で1番人通りがおおい所です。
A: Oxford Street has the highest number of pedestrians in Europe.

Oxford Street has the highest footfall in Europe.

Other questions about "Oxford"

Q: I live in Oxford street.
I live on Oxford street.

Should we use " in" or "on" in these sentences?
Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar Oxford .
A: Here is my American pronunciation
Q: What is the Oxford Comma and when do you use it?
A: Oxford comma is the last comma in a list. it can change the meaning of the sentence if not used.

example no Oxford comma: I love my brothers, Mark and Drew
this implies that I love my brothers and their names are Mark and Drew

example with Oxford comma: I love my brothers, Mark, and Drew
this implies my brothers are separate people, and Mark and Drew are my friends not my brothers.
Q: According to Oxford Dictionary, the word ‘Career’ is defined as ‘An occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person's life and with opportunities for progress’ (Oxford Dictionary 2017). We have to work for making a living (Mckay 2016) but, at the same time, it is opportunities for progress. Therough carries, we know ourselves, learn how to make decision and how to achieve objectives. Therefore, career is not only to work for earning mone but also to learn and it will last forever. Furthermore, to success in career, we must be enthusiastic to learn.
This report cover benefit and efficiency of Networking and challenges of working in my chosen sector. soa natural?
A: According to the Oxford Dictionary, the word 'Career' is defined as 'An occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person's life and with opportunities for progress' (Oxford Dictionary 2017). We have to work to make a living' (McKay 2016) but, at the same time, it is an opportunity for progress. Through careers, we know (find?) ourselves, learn how to make decisions, and how to achieve objectives. Therefore, a career is not only working to earn money, but also to learn. Furthermore, to succeed in a career, we must be enthusiastic to learn (things that could last forever.)?
This report covers the benefits and efficiency of networking and challenges of working in my chosen sector.
Q: The Oxford dictionary says the word 'hierarchy' is both countable and uncountable when it means 'a system, especially in a society or an organization, in which people are organized into different levels of importance from highest to lowest'. When will you use it as an uncountable word?
A: Hierarchy is uncountable when you are talking about the hierarchy in general.

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