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

The meaning of "Sock" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa socks ?
A: 1. What you slip on your feet before putting on your shoes. That thin clothing for your feet
2. That forceful aggressive hit. For example: He socked me in the shoulder
Q: O que significa He reached into the sock and pulled out a deer tenderloin then reached in again and brought out some bear fat.?
A: Are you sure it wasn't "sack" not "sock"? It means he pulled a piece of deer meat and some fat from a bear out of the sack.
Q: O que significa socks?
A: I have just looked it up and, apparently, it's a coloquial way of saying "hit" (= pegar) but I've never heard it used like that... otherwise, it's just a calcetín
Q: O que significa "will blow your socks off" ?
A: Its another way of saying “it will blow your mind ~amaze you”
Q: O que significa "that is going to knock your socks off." ?
A: It means you will really like it and be impressed

Example sentences using "Sock"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com Pull on your socks
A: “pull on your socks” sounds slightly unnatural

if you want someone to wear socks because their feet smell you could say

“can you put your socks back on”
or if their socks are too low
“can you pull up your socks please?”
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com socks .
A: socks keep you warm!

Synonyms of "Sock" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre A:Whose socks are these? B: These are mine. e A:Whose socks are these? B:They are mine. ?
A: "They are mine." would be correct in a general situation. "They're mine." would be even more natural.

"These are mine" would be correct if some of them are yours but some of them are someone else's.
"These are mine, but the blue ones belong to Mary.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Those sock are mine. e Those sock is mine. ?
A: Those is plural of that.
Are is plural of is:

You say; "Those socks are mine"
or, "That sock is mine"
Q: Qual é a diferença entre take off your socks e take your socks off ?
A: Nothing. You can use either one because it’s a noun. With pronouns, you have to say “take them off” and never “take off them”
Q: Qual é a diferença entre sock e slug ?
A: @talikecarbikew0831 Meaning "punch", they are the same.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre fuzzy socks e fluffy socks ?
A: socksはどっちもよく使われています。意味は同じです。



Translations of "Sock"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Maybe when I will wear the socks when I have my English activities and change them into old ones when I finish my activities.
✳︎does this sound natural?
A: Ah….it makes sense…ならば

Maybe I will wear the socks when I have my English activities and change into my regular socks when I finish my activities.

I think this one would sound more natural in that situation
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I guess these are my shoes. what's more these are my socks.
A: @hironori_ I think that it makes sense, but you should add “too” to the end of the second sentence to connect to two ideas better. You should also capitalize the “w” in “what’s”.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? is it correct to say « i want to sock up wheat for the winter », in my mind i just want to get a bigger stock of something without necessarily having to buy it but just getting a bigger stock. Can « stock up » be used for this meaning ? Thank you
A: "stock up" in American English just means to hoard something, not necessarily buy it. You can stock up on firewood by cutting logs. I think you've got the right idea about this.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? -I was wearing my socks in hole.
-I got a hole in my socks.
so I was very embarrassed.
A: Second one i got a hole in my socks so i was very embarrassed
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? socks and sucks
A: "socks sucks socks sucks"

Open your mouth more when you say SOCKS.

When you say SUCKS, your mouth should not move that much. It should only be half open.

Other questions about "Sock"

Q: You always find one sock and the other one missing. You take off your socks and leave them as they are. Put them in pairs (bundle?). soa natural?
A: Did you mean to say:
You are always missing one sock because when you take them off, you leave them as they are instead of pairing/bundling them.
Q: i don't like my colleague. they smell not good. they smell like socks. soa natural?
A: I don't like my colleague. They "do not​" smell good. They smell like socks.

The middle sentence is the one that makes it sound unnatural. "not good" you should consider changing the "not" to after the pronoun (what you're talking about).
Q: I better take off my socks when I go to bed. soa natural?
A: You could say that or you could say i better take off my socks before I go to bed
Q: what is no-show socks?could u tell me all kind of socks' name as you
And please help me correct if my expression doesn't sound natural
A: No-show socks are normally called "Ankle Socks" They don't show when you wear shoes.
Q: About socks: I would like you to correct this to more natural and correct English please.
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Why don't you buy these socks as souvenirs when you are traveling in Japan?
So many brand-new designs of socks always have been producing and selling in Japan.

Socks is one of the important fashion items for Japanese people.
The reason is that we often have to take off shoes when we enter house or building, and then socks appear. So that especially young people care much about their socks design. soa natural?
A: For marketing is better to start.
Why buy these socks as souvenirs when traveling in Japan?
Socks are an important fashion item for the Japanese people.
The reason is, because we often have to take off our shoes, when we enter a house or a building.
Causing many young people to care a lot about their socks design.
Japan focuses in producing and selling many new sock designs to cater everyone's needs.

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