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    Examples of means in a Sentence

  • 例文 mean
    1. She has no luck with diets. Don't mention the f-word (by which I mean "fat").
    2. Fannes — Pronounced the same as "fans," but used in writing to mean fem fans.
    3. All feminists' talk about a woman's superior ability to identify and express their feelings is just that, TALK. It's just more femismo designed to inflate the deflated self-esteems of mean spirited women.
    4. We should therefore not make too much of the fraudulence of all that on-screen wailing. Just because North Korean TV never films anything before rehearsing all spontaneity out of it does not mean the average citizen was unmoved.
    5. "What's the fule thing shaking for?" said he; "I mean nothing but civility to you.
    6. The geometric mean of 2, 4 and 1 is = 2
  • 例文 means
    1. Pie a la mode usually means with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top, but other flavors work too.
    2. A servant determinately idle, leaving his work, or an able-bodied vagrant, roaming the country without means of honest self-support and without seeking employment, was to be brought before the two nearest magistrates.
    3. Acral distribution of a dermatosis means it affects distal portions of limbs (hand, foot) and head (ears, nose).
    4. Many earnest persons believe that the cessation of individual ownership in the means of production would leave the people in a hopeless, ambitionless, and dejected condition- would deprive them of initiative and thrift.
    5. The dividing-line between auratic and non-auratic art by no means coincides with that between authentic art and the administered, degraded art of the culture industry.
    6. Since no other bank had a branch in the county, two other banks had set up tables on East Main Street to entice the newly bankless — one by means of little stuffed ducks, the other with tricolor highlighters emblazoned with the bank logo.
  • 例文 meant
    1. Weren't we meant to have dinner with Jane?
    2. Although she detested her client, the taxi rank system meant she had no choice but to take the case.
    3. Wiktionary is meant to be both a defining dictionary and a translating dictionary.
    4. The national symbol for this new attitude is Bernhard Goetz, who was acquitted of attempted murder by a jury after admitting he shot four underclassers because he thought they meant him harm.
    5. This meant Nadal needed to hold serve to force his opponent to earn the win. An unforced error took Rosol to 30-15 and two points away from glory, but a net cord in Nadal's favour and the men were level in the game.
    6. trivalent vaccine ( one meant to be effective against three strains )
    7. … a citizen in Cheapside was executed as a traitor for saying he would make his son heir to the crown, though he only meant his own house, having a crown for the sign, more dangerous it is to wit-wanton it with the Majesty of God.
    8. When I said "net Trekdom", that's what I meant. Not all fanfic, just Trekfic. Not zinefic, just netfic.
    9. We haven't yet kissed, but she blew me a kiss as the train pulled out of the station. That meant a lot to me.
    10. All that Garnet had to say for him was that he supposed he meant to equivocate. -Edward Stillingfleet.
  • 例文 meaner
    1. It's like buying a barrel of apples that's been deaconed — after you've found that the deeper you go the meaner and wormier the fruit, you forget all about the layer of big, rosy, wax-finished pippins that was on top.
  • 例文 meaning
    1. Native Americans in the twentieth century are no longer a "vanishing race" or a silent minority. They have survived centuries of cultural genocide inflicted on them by non-Native Americans— both the well-meaning and the self-seeking— [ …]
    2. "The fracture is your making; the pin--" Here Miss Dolly interrupted; to tell the truth I was not sorry, for I was fairly graveled for the meaning of the pin.
    3. For the same reason, in accordance with the meaning of the term "Heortology," he has concerned himself with those festivals alone which are publicly celebrated, or were so celebrated formerly.
    4. So many voices of so various countries cannot be simply set aside: unless we wrap ourselves in an insolent insularism, we are bound at least to ask what is the meaning of their concurrent testimony.
    5. usage note: Usually the noun is part of a noun phrase explicitly denoting the particular speciality, such as a "compiler jock" or a "systems jock". Usage of the word alone with this meaning is rare.
    6. Lineation is very much a matter of syntax, organizing the poem's grammar across its lines in ways significant and central to the poem's meaning.
  • 例文 meanest
    1. This indifference was so offensive to his high heart, that he began to change the Tender into the Terrible, and, in short, proceeded at last to treat her in a style too grossly insulting for the meanest female ear to endure unresented.
    2. Laploshka was one of the meanest men I have ever met, and quite one of the most entertaining.
    3. Another surprise is that Newcastle have the meanest defence in all four leagues and they did their utmost to preserve the tag at Molineux.
    4. Making a big whoopee-doo of my long life by enumerating the numerous contributions I have made to my country and Civilization, it was obvious even to the meanest intelligence among those present that she had no idea of the meaning and purpose of History. Nor did she have a clue about what my life was about.
関連リンク:
  1. en meanship
  2. en means-test
  3. en means test
  4. en means-tested
  5. en meanspirited
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