Preguntas sobre ejemplos de oraciones con, y la definición y uso de "Smth"

El significado de "Smth" en varias frases y oraciones

Q: ¿Qué significa Off to the smth?
A: Usually, it means that someone, presumably the speaker, is going somewhere, or telling someone else to go somewhere.
ex1-1. 'Well then, I will be off to work now.'
ex1-2. 'Okay, children, now off to bed with you.'
ex1-3. 'Off to the house we go.' Here it is more an observation, not an order or a suggestion to the others to go home.

It can also be used in 'off to the side', which means that something is next to something else, usually not visible.
ex.2-1. 'Oh the shed is off to the side, do you want me to show you?'

Hope I explained things clearly enough, and I hope it helps!
Q: ¿Qué significa smth that'll forever go w me in life?
A: smth = something
w = with

It means that they'll remember it forever.
Q: ¿Qué significa might as well do smth.?
A: "Might as well do something" means a suggestion but not because you think it is best but instead because there is no better alternative.

A: Are you going to take the car or walk ?
B: I might as well take the car. (taking the car is better than walking)

A: Shall we start ?
B: We may as well start the meeting, the other will be here soon. (starting the meeting now is better because the others will be here soon anyway)
Q: ¿Qué significa What's smth u always buy at the qrocery store.?
A: What is something you always buy at the supermarket
Q: ¿Qué significa to be biologically wired to smth?
A: I am biologically wired to be good at maths = being good at maths is in my blood

Ejemplos de oración usando "Smth"

Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con to leave smth above behind.
A: Ah with context that makes sense. It's asking if you want to leave the land above you, behind. This isn't a common phrase, and only works with context.
Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con to tackle smth.
A: - "He tackled him to the ground." (He forced him on the ground with his body, like in American football.)

- "I better start tackling my homework." (I better start working on my homework.)
Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con to be privy to smth.
A: Only select government officials are privy to this highly classified information.
Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con To do smth up to the end .
A: 'To (do something) up' is common and means to fasten, sometimes decorate.
'To (do something) up to the end' has a different meaning. It means to keep doing something until the finish. It's not an everyday expression, but still pretty common..

'He kept fighting up to the end' (of the fight)
'She looked really healthy up to the end' (of her life)
'I was working on the tough exam problem right up to the end.'(of the exam)

Palabras similares a "Smth" y sus diferencias

Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre I wish I would do smth y I hope to do smth ?
A: I wish- is you want to do something beyond you can do (not possible)

I hope- is you want to do something that is within your power (possible)
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre disapprove of smth y disapprove smth ?
A: “Disapprove something” isn’t really used in the UK - it’s an Americanism.
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre was/were used to doing smth. y am/are/is used to doing smth. ?
A: Was/were this thing that they used to do, their habit had time in the past, is a past action.
Am/are/is used to they still have that habit, they normally do that in the present
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre Can you do smth for me? y Could you do smth for me? y Would you do smth for me? ?
A: Could is probably the most used. It's a little more polite, suggesting that the person has the option to not do the "something." But I here all 3 almost everyday.
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre to have smth done y to get smth done ?
A: @niilufer: They have the same meaning and usage. "get something done" usage is less formal. Please see the links below:

Traducciones de "Smth"

Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? "What smth means?" Is that question is correct?
A: No, that's an incorrect question. You would need to phrase it like this:

What does smth mean?

For example
What does "infighting" mean?

As part of a longer sentence, your phrase might be used.
For example
I want to know what "infighting" means.
Note that in this case it's not a question.
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? i am getting used to doing smth.
A: I think the word you may be looking for is "accustomed" or "acclimated"
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (UK)? how to say "I'm pleased to do smth for smb" in another way
A: Revisa la pregunta para ver la respuesta
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (UK)? How do you say when you really don't like smth?
A: I dislike it . It's doesn't look pretty good for me .
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (UK)? я собираюсь в гости к брату на выходных, используя конструкцию "to have smth in mind"
A: I don't know exactly what you want to say as it's hard to combine "I'm going to visit my brother on the weekend" and "to have something in mind" ... -это обычно вопрос, на пример:
"I want to go somewhere this weekend."
"What do you have in mind?"
"I don't know, maybe go visit my brother."

Otras preguntas sobre "Smth"

Q: ¿Esto suena natural? "just tired. just so I don't talk to myself out loud."
I mean to do smth for not talking with myself
A: I think I know what you mean now. I'm guessing the general idea is that this person, to not talk to themselves, tried to distract themselves by doing something else.

"I did something else so I could stop talking with myself, that's why I'm tired"

If that's what you mean, I can give you more examples of other ways to say it
Q: "To suggest smth for A discussion" or "to suggest smth for discussion"? Does it depend on context?
A: @AliceWay to suggest smth for discussion and sorry for late reply
Q: ¿Esto suena natural? maybe you tell me smth about you and then i'll tell you about me
A: you could also say 'you tell me something about you and then i'll tell you something about me'
Q: can "to be fond of" also mean "to be proud of smth"? someone told me that but i don't know whether they're right or not
A: Hm, I'm not sure.
'To be fond of' means to like something/someone or have an affectionate feeling towards something/someone.
"I'm fond of chocolate." = "I like chocolate.'

'To be proud of' means to feel a sense of pride or satisfaction.
"I'm proud of you." = "I'm satisfied with you."

On a side note, 'proud' is different from 'to be proud of'. If you call someone proud, you are saying they are arrogant.
Q: ¿Esto suena natural? I just must to write here smth
A: What you said was perfect, I don't understand why people are being so picky, it is something I would use :)

I know that this is irrelevant to your question but towards the end you should have said "Did you understand what I said? If I said it wrong..."

But apart from that, it is great! :)

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