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

The meaning of "Picnic" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa you can picnic on the field, "though do clear up behind you", of course.?
A: It’s another way of saying “please clean up when you leave” - “do” makes it more polite than a direct instruction, but not quite as polite as “please”.
Q: O que significa You’re a f*cking picnic?
A: then it’s definitely sarcasm
Q: O que significa picnic?
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Q: O que significa She's a picnic short of sandwich!?
A: Haha! That's a tricky one...

It should actually be 'She's a sandwich short of a picnic'.

It basically means someone is a bit crazy, or odd, or different. That there is something missing, compared to others, in how they act. Most commonly used when someone lacks social awareness, perhaps excessively blunt, or shy, or emotional over small things, or lack of awareness of personal space.
Q: O que significa picnic ?
A: When you go to a park/place and sit down and eat food you brought with you

Example sentences using "Picnic"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com picnic.
A: On Sundays, I have a picnic at the park with my friends.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com no picnic .
A: 'No picnic' is used to describe something difficult or unpleasant.

e.g. Having to land a plane with one broken engine would be no picnic.

Synonyms of "Picnic" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre we did a picnic thing e we did a picnic thingy ?
A: It means the same. "Thingy" is just a slang.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Put the picnic table in your truck e Put the picnic table on your truck ?
A: That's a tricky one. I'd say that when I, or someone, puts items in the back of the truck, meaning the bed of the truck, it's putting something IN the truck. But if I'm sitting on a picnic table that's in the back of the truck having a picnic I'm eating on the truck. If I was to say I'm eating in the truck I'd be sitting inside the cab of the truck. I know this doesn't sound too sensible but it's just a nuance of the language I guess.
Maybe with a car it would be easier to grasp. Say I have a car with a bicycle rack ON the car-meaning attached to the roof of the car like some people have. If I put the bike on the rack it would be on the car. However if I chose to not use the rack but use the trunk of the car to hold the bike I'd be putting the bike IN the trunk. Maybe that helps.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre We’re going to have a picnic this afternoon. e We’re having a picnic this afternoon. ?
A: We are going to have a picnic this afternoon is conjugated in the near furure, where we're having a picnic this afternoon uses the Old English way of creating the future with the present tense and an adverb of time.
(The future tense had not yet developed in the language.)
Q: Qual é a diferença entre have a picnic e take a picnic ?
A: “Have a picnic “ means you will eat a picnic for lunch not (for example) go to a restaurant
You will “take a picnic “ to the park
Have - you will eat it
Take - where you eat it
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I'm going on a picnic tomorrow morning. e I'm going to go on a picnic tomorrow morning ?
A: I'm going on a picnic is present continuous (to be+ verb ending in -ing )
I'm going to go on a picnic is other tense using to be going to + verb in basis form.

The present continuous is used when we say what we have planned and arranged to do at a specific time in the future.
Ex: I'm starting university next year
We use 'going to' to express the future when we intend to do something or have decided to do something but did not arrange it. It is just an intention.
Ex: how dirty those windows are! I'm going to clean them.

Translations of "Picnic"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? hello.
" It was rare to go on a picnic in my school days " is right sentence ?
A: What you said is okay, but this is more natural😊:

When I was in school, it was rare to go on a picnic.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? picnic
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? Me picnic gaya hi ni..
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? picnic
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? I am really excited to picnic .
A: "I'm really excited about the picnic."

Or even better:

"I'm looking forward to the picnic"

Other questions about "Picnic"

Q: It doesn’t seem like we can go on a picnic tomorrow. (Because of typhoon) soa natural?
A: it seems like we can't go for a picnic tomorrow
Q: What shall I bring to the picnic? soa natural?
A: Shall I is just a little formal but you definitely could say it! More often I think “what should I bring to the picnic?” would be said!
Q: After I have been back a picnic, I was catching a dragonfly with my father. soa natural?
A: This sentence construction seems a little unnatural. A better structure would be...

"after coming back from a picnic, I caught a dragonfly with my father."

The most important thing is to keep your tenses universal.
Q: A:We are going to have a picnic tomorrow- ____ it turns cold!
B:Let's hope for good weather then!

What goes in the blanks, for example?
A: oh i think i got it
whether or not
Q: Did you get a picnic many time when you were child? soa natural?
A: Did you go on many picnics as a child?

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