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

The meaning of "Parade" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa I hate to rain on your parade, but?
A: Rain on your parade = giving negative information to someone who is happy or excited about something.
Q: O que significa "... you rained on my parade" ?
A: “rain on my parade” is an idiomatic expression. it means ruining the fun or excitement. for example, you were excited about watching a movie and i told you some spoilers. it’s like that. hope this helps! :)
Q: O que significa He is not one to parade his achievements?
A: It means he is not one to show off his achievements. He doesn't brag or constantly let people know about his achievements.

Parades are public events that attract a lot of attention. If someone doesn't parade their achievements, it means they don't show them off.
Q: O que significa throw a parade ?
A: What they mean is the count is not high enough to really celebrate (for example, a city may throw a parade if its team wins a championship) but it is not so low as to be critical (in the sense that the person is in imminent danger of death).
Q: O que significa parade?
A: A parade is a time when a large group of people walk through the streets playing instruments or dancing or marching. It is a time of happiness and sometimes treats are thrown to the crowd that is watching the parade go by

Example sentences using "Parade"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com parade .
A: Macy’s Thanksgiving parade.
Marching band parade.
She went to a parade.
He paraded down the street.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com parade on by.
A: My dog likes to parade on by whenever she's proud of herself.

Don't think you can just parade on by like we're friends.

Synonyms of "Parade" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre parade e pageant e procession ?
A: Parade = disney parade / pageant = beauty contest / procession = religious
Q: Qual é a diferença entre parade e march ?
A: Parade is for fun: "the annual children's parade is this monday" "he's taking his grandma to the local parade to see all the floats and costumes"

March is often military focused or negative meaning "the march of the soldiers could be heard everywhere" "they marched him down the hill and into the woods"
Q: Qual é a diferença entre parade e march ?
A: in the military you may march (walk in a group formation) each day. a parade is a special public event
Q: Qual é a diferença entre The parade was held in Tokyo. e The parade took place in Tokyo. ?
A: No difference.

1. The meeting will be held next week.
2. The meeting will take place next week.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre It's amazing what you figured out WITH the parade photos. e It's amazing what you figured out IN the parade photos. ?
A: "In" refers to the content of the photos while "with" could be either the content or the actual photos (like arranging the photos in an album.)

Translations of "Parade"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? parade
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? parade
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? parade
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? parade
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Other questions about "Parade"

Q: 1. He really rained on my parade "and" ruined my plans.
2. He really rained on my parade "because" ruined my plans.

(Are these same meaning? If it is correct, can I say my nose was flowing and I cleaned my nose?)
A: 1 is the grammatically correct way to phrase sentences like that
Q: What does "second-line parade" mean?

Trumpeter James Andrews plays during a second-line parade celebrating the late New Orleans musician Dr. John in New Orleans, Louisiana.
A: this is a term originating from New Orleans. a main-line parade is the part of the parade with experienced musicians playing together in uniform - like a common high school band marching. A second-line parade is a group of people who follow behind the music, dancing or playing music that is different to that of the main-line. It is just people enjoying the music and dancing along.
Q: I went to the parade on lunch break! soa natural?
A: I went to the parade during lunch break!
Q: I'm sorry. I forgot to sign up for the St.Martine's parade of school next Friday.
It will start at 16.15.
Can we start the lesson on November 16th?
I'm sorry again. soa natural?
A: I'm sorry. I forgot to sign up for St. Martine's school parade next Friday.
It will start at 16.15.
Can we start the lesson on November 16th?
-Sorry again!- (or) -Please accept my apologies.-

I removed "the" from the second sentence. If you want to include "the," you could say, "I forgot to sign up for the St. Martine School Parade next Friday." In this case you should remove the -'s-
Q: I have been participate in many parade of human right. soa natural?
A: "I have participated in many human right parades."

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