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

The meaning of "St" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa st.?
A: Saint

St Paul’s Cathedral = Saint Paul’s Cathedral.
Q: O que significa among(st)?
A: Hi Morris, Maybe a professional will give us a more precise answer but here goes:

Among is old English, Amongst is a medieval modification to fit rules. Both mean the same and are technically correct. Amongst is rarer and more formal.

I would say Among is when the target is generic, eg Among girls it's very common. Use Amongst when it's specific eg Amongst the girls Jane was the tallest.
So example 1 should be Among, Amongst sounds wrong.Example 2 is also Among the way you wrote it, but it would be amongst if you changed and said amongst the calabar people.
Q: O que significa save st for later?
A: To put something on one side to use later.
Q: O que significa 'st'?
A: Such that, which describes how something should be done
Q: O que significa to be commited to st?
A: "to be committed to" means you are willing to spend time and energy to something.
example1:I'm committed to this relationship.
example2: you are committed to helping others

Example sentences using "St"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com here and there, follow st through, follow st up.
A: the book is here
the pen is kept there
follow my commands
get through the walls
go up the hills

Synonyms of "St" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre be 𝗱𝗼𝗼𝗺𝗲𝗱 to st e be 𝘀𝘂𝗯𝗷𝗲𝗰𝘁 to st ?
A: When punishments are being compared:
→ He was subject to being tickled every time he got an answer wrong.
→ He was doomed to a lifetime of tickles.

The difference is that we use "A is subject to B" to indicate that some sort of punishment will happen to B, or that a higher being (A) can do something to a lower being (B) that they probably will not enjoy (especially whims and fancies, like with the Greek gods).
→ A student is subject to the rules of their school.
→ The henpecked husband is subject to his wife's fancies.

It may not even necessarily be real people, as long as B has control over A:
→ Whether an event takes place may be subject to the weather (it will be cancelled if it rains).

"Doom" implies a much longer-lasting effect, a certain result, and has a nuance of fate or finality.
→ This project is doomed to fail.
→ She is doomed to never find love.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre be going to do st e be about to do st ?
A: they can mean the same thing. "going to do st" doesn't necessarily specify when you will do it but "about to do st" means you will do it very soon.

Q: Qual é a diferença entre to be terrified of st e to be scared of st e to be frightened of st e to be afraid of ?
A: Your explanation couldn't be clearer. Thank you so much for your help(^^)
Q: Qual é a diferença entre must do st e need to do st ?
A: Not much

Translations of "St"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? united st
A: United States
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I'm sick and tired of st . is it ok if i use them more often in daily conversation? just want to express not want to do st
A: what do you mean by st ?
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? 10ave とMain st のマクドナルドで持ち帰りにして近くの公園に行こう
A: @hitomic: Let's get takeaway from the Mcdonald's at 10 ave and Main Street, and head to the nearby park.

Other questions about "St"

Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar I don't know how to speak 'st' in this sentence.. Please let me know st's pronunciation 😀

He's a real 21 [st] century father <<<<<< This!!

I want you to read full sentence. Please help me😀😀😀.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Can you check it for me please? I'm confused between 'have st in mind' and 'have st on your mind'? Thanks in advanced.
A: Have something in mind -> already have something in mind -> have an idea.
Have something on your mind -> can't stop thinking about something -> be worried about something
Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar "for honest". Like [fɔː]['ɔnɪst] or like [fɔːr]['ɔnɪst]?.
A: tbh I don't see the difference between the pronunciation of "for honest" in US or UK english, in both cases you're hearing and using "r"
Q: On 21 st march 2017. I went to dublin with school. I travelled by plane. I was really scared of the plane. I stayed in a 3 star hotel not far from O'connel street. I ate most of time Macdo. I slept in the same room as Cedric. The first day I had visited her trinity college school, of the book of cells and of the old library. Later I visited molly malone and James joyce statue. Then I returned to the hotel rest little. Then I walked and I ate in macdo. Finally in the evening after my shower. I slept. The second day. I had woken up at 7:30 am then I took my shower. at 8h15 in the hotel I had lunch it was very good . 9:30 am I took the bus to go to the malahide castle. It was really very beautiful the visit of the castle. There we were in the port of howth. I seen the sea it wasn't beautiful. Then we had the lunch break we were in the shopping he was really special. I got lost in the point of meeting.Then we returned to the hotel. The professors were very irritated. In the evening I have still eaten in the macro. Then i slept I was very tired. The 3rd and last day. I packed my luggage having woken up. after I had lunch. After I visited liffey and then Ha'Penny bridge , the clarence , temple bar, the city hall, the castle,christ church cathedral.Then I visited saint patrick's cathedral and Saint stephen's green park. I had lunch break and I hate fish and chips in restaurant in temple bar. Then I returned to the hotel. later it is to end we left at the airport to return in belgium.It was my best school trip.
A: Hang on and I'll try and correct it :)
Q: when we use st, 2d, 3rd ,like 9st January
A: You also use 1st, 2nd, 3rd for 21st, 31st, 101st, et cetera.

Not for 11th, 12th and 13th, though. (I.e. Eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth.)

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