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

The meaning of "Rabbit" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa Rabbit mind?
A: Hmmm I have never heard this expression before! Is it possible that you mean 'rabid mind'?

If so 'rabid' means uncontrollable/wild. It comes from the word 'rabies' which is a disease wild animals can get. The disease causes them to behave very aggressively and crazy. So if you have a rabid mind that means your thoughts and feelings are wild. Depending on context it may also mean that you act wildly too!
Q: O que significa This "Rabbit ears" ?
A: Can you give the full sentence?
Q: O que significa Rabbit hole ?
A: Rabbits are known to dig burrows that are very long and deep with many twists and turns.

In the book 'Alice in Wonderland', Alice falls down a rabbit hole into a bizarre world.

So now the metaphor 'rabbit hole' can mean a bizarre, confusing situation or journey that's hard to escape from. It's an entry into the unknown. Once you fall in, it's hard to come out.

Today, people might say things like "I fell down the rabbit hole online last night" meaning "I got too absorbed in reading something interesting, and did it for much too long!"
Q: O que significa Rabbit hole ?
A: In terms of the internet, it’s a never ending (or very time consuming) process where you continuously click from one thing to the next.

Usually there’s an original goal, but then the person gets sidetracked by different things and changes direction (this usually happens over and over).

Sorry if this is confusing,,,
Q: O que significa Rabbit ?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Synonyms of "Rabbit" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre Rabbit e Bunny ?
A: Bunny is usually a baby rabbit
Rabbit is usually for an adult rabbit
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Rabbit e Bunny ?
A: Both words refer to the same animal. Sometimes people will even say bunny rabbit. When you use the word bunny you are usually emphasizing the cuteness of the animal whereas rabbit is more of the neutral term just referring to the animal. If you are using it in a formal context, you would say rabbit.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Rabbit e Bunny ?
A: There's no difference. Rabbit is more formal while bunny is used more frequently
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Rabbit e Bunny ?
A: Ya veo. ¡Gracias!
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Rabbit e Bunny ?
A: There is not really a difference

Though, bunny may be used more often to describe a pet rabbit

And rabbit may me more commonly used to describe wild rabbits

Other questions about "Rabbit"

Q: When I watched Rabbit Seasoning episode in Looney Tune, there are some lines which bugs me up. They were "And if he was a rabbit, what would you do?" and "if I was a rabbit, what would you do?" (you can hear those lines by entering this link - ). Are those lines grammatically correct?
A: Yeah, they're completely fine.

Maybe some teachers would say that you need to use "were" in that case.
if I was a rabbit ... → if I were a rabbit ...

But in spoken English it's completely OK.
Do you have trouble understanding the meaning?

cool that you watch cartoons to study (:
Q: Rabbit hole of information
Does it mean "lots of information"?
A: Yes, one piece of information leads to another which also leads to another.
It’s a phrase that usually tries to express an infinite amount of something.
Q: Rabbit is my favorite animal.Because it has beautiful Snow White skin and long ears.It'strack is very mysterious.It's personality is very gentle.
I often see rabbit in my friend's house,this animal is very smart,if you patient teach it some trick,it can learn very well,I can very admire people that keep rabbit.
But my mon doesn't allow me keep a cute rabbit ,she thought that I need to put the rabbit in a cage,but for the rabbit that is too cruel.So I can only see the rabbit at my friend's house.
A: Rabbits are my favorite animal because they have snow white fur and long ears!

it'strack ← this is not a word

They have gentle personalities.

I often see rabbits at my friends house. They are very smart, and if you are patient, you can teach them tricks.

I admire people who have rabbits.

My mom doesn't allow me to keep rabbits because she thinks keeping them in a cage is cruel.

So I can only see the rabbit at my friend's house. ← you said that correctly ✌
Q: What does "Rabbit through the hole, chicken in the barn, two by two by, there's the yarn." mean?

Why do you use this expression?
Rabbit through the hole. Does it relate to " Alice in wonderland"?
Here is an example of "Rabbit through the hole" (in a bowline knot)
Q: "It was going to be one of Rabbit's busy days."

What does "it was going to be" mean?
was he busy? was it yesyerday? before?

It will rain tomorrow 明日雨がふるでしょう。
It is going to rain tomorrow. 明日雨が降るでしょう ← is this sentence ok?
It was going to rain tomo.... ← i think tomorrow is strange. and i don't know at all.

"will", "be going to" の違いは、予め予定が立ててあるか、ないかの違いかな?と、少し理解しているつもりだったのですが、この文章に出会って全くわからなくなりました。"was going to be" は、忙しくなる予定だったけど、結局、忙しくならなかった。という意味ですか?
A: This story happened in the past, so the storyteller knows what the future holds for Rabbit that day. The storyteller is informing the reader what will happen to Rabbit.

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