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

The meaning of "Villain" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa Chilling like a villain ?
A: Slang way to say doing nothing, just hanging out. (Chillin and villain rhyme). What are you doing? Just chillin like a villain
Q: O que significa villain ?
I am; why not? 🤔
Q: O que significa super villain ?
A: Very successful badass.
Q: O que significa Worried he would be dipicted as a villain, Rupert Murdoch declined to be interviewed for the documentary.?
A: It means Rupert Murdoch was asked to be interviewed for the documentary but he said no (he declined) because he was concerned the director of the documentary might edit the film to make appear evil or sinister (like a "villain")

Example sentences using "Villain"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com villain.
A: thank you!
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com villain.
A: He is the villain of 'that' movie.

Villain is not really commonly used tho.

Synonyms of "Villain" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre villain e fraud ?
A: Villain is someone evil, a fraud is someone who claims he is someone he’s not.

So for example, if I tell you I am a doctor and turns our I’m not it makes me a fraud.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre villain friends e villains friends ?
A: Villain friends = amigos que son villanos
Villain’s friends = amigos del villano
Villains’ friends = amigos de los villanos

Villains friends = ningún significado
Q: Qual é a diferença entre villain e enemy ?
A: ok,so. A villian wants to destroy the world. An enemy just wants to destroy or harm you
Q: Qual é a diferença entre villain e thug e gangster e hooligan ?
A: Villain is the opposite of "hero".

Thug is just a violent person, a bully.

Gangster is a person in a gang.

Translations of "Villain"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? chiling like villains
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? villain
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Other questions about "Villain"

Q: "The villain I appear to be" lyrics
The song starts like this :
"Sometimes when I
Wanna run away and hide
When there's no one on my side
And all my pride HAD disappeared"

I don't understand why we are saying "all my pride HAD disappeared" and not "all my pride HAS disappeared".
I searched how to use those two tenses, but I still don't understand :/
A: Aha!

In French, the difference between ‘has disappeared’ and ‘had disappeared’ is ‘il a disparu’ and ‘il avait disparu’.

In a song, they can use what we call poetic licence. I think in French you have the same thing: licence poétique, so they can write what they like. You still understand the meaning.

Oooh, nice song. I’ve just found it. Merci.

I would say, as somebody who loves learning languages and loves music, that listening to music really helps me learn how the language is used and when I start to recognise words in songs, it makes me happy. But do not try to learn the correct grammar of a language from song lyrics or poetry. Just enjoy the singing and that you understand enough to know the grammar is not correct. Bravo! 😉
Q: What does “to be borne out shrieking by the villain of the piece”mean here?, can you re-write the last sentence in a simple form please? Did the villain of the piece cause Amy to shriek?

"I can't help it. I never saw anyone faint, and I don't choose to make myself all black and blue, tumbling flat as you do. If I can go down easily, I'll drop. If I can't, I shall fall into a chair and be graceful. I don't care if Hugo does come at me with a pistol," returned Amy, who was not gifted with dramatic power, but was chosen because she was small enough to be borne out shrieking by the villain of the piece.

I know that bear out means to prove/ to show

(Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott)
A: Amy is a poor actress and was chosen because she was small enough to be carried.

Her acting part will be to scream while she's being carried off by the villain.
Q: He looks like a villain in movies, but he's actually a very nice and polite man. soa natural?
A: “He looks like a billain in movies” that’s good.
“but he’s actually a very nice and polite man.” Here, well... yes you can say that but I would put it like this:
“but he’s actually nice and polite.” I removed the word “man” because saying “he’s” already refers to the guy.
Q: villain soa natural?
A: It sounds good... Yes, very very slightly like an f, but don't think anyone would notice.

Much better than Hiro Nakamura.
Q: The villain reminds me my bad memories about women. soa natural?
A: "The villain reminds me of my bad memories about women." would sound better. :)

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