Perguntas sobre exemplo de orações com, e a definição e o uso de "Elephant"

O significado de "Elephant" em várias frases e orações

Q: O que significa The elephant in the room?
A: It just means "the thing that everyone is talking about" or "the thing everyone is concerned about" or "the thing everyone has been wanting to hear about" or "the thing many people have noticed, but no official announcements have been made about it".

Example: Let's say your boss starts coming in to work in a wheelchair one day but does not talk about it to anyone, and everyone in the office is concerned about it and talks about it behind his back. He may announce what happened later, and start off by saying "So let's address the elephant in the room (which is "why I'm in a wheelchair")."
Q: O que significa stuffed elephant?
A: Hi!

The picture below is a "stuffed elephant".

In English, we use the word "stuffed" to describe a toy that is filled with stuffing. Stuffing is the fabric they put inside the toy to make it soft and fluffy!

Hope this helps!
Q: O que significa to clear the elephant in the room?
A: An "Elephant in the room" means that there's something that everybody knows about/is thinking about, but won't talk about because it's a very awkward/sensitive subject. So, to "clear the elephant in the room" means to address the subject.😊
Q: O que significa elephant in the room?
A: "elephant in the room" is an expression in English that is used to say that there is something obvious in the general area that you are, generally, trying to avoid. usually, avoiding the topic or thing is very difficult.
example: John was just fired the other day and you and a few coworkers are having lunch together with him. the "elephant in the room" is the fact that John got fired. so, you'd avoid talking about work related things, despite it being obvious that they'd come up, for John's sake.
Q: O que significa I think we should address the elephant in the room?
A: It means there's something like a topic they both obviously are avoiding and they think they should talk about it to get it out of the way

Exemplo de frases utilisando "Elephant"

Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com elephant in the room.
A:
- Let’s address the elephant in the room.
- Let’s talk about the elephant in the room.
- Joe is cheating on Jane, and when we all hang out it’s the huge elephant in the room.
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com "the elephant in the room".
A: "the elephant in the room" significa que algo es demasiado obvio una verdad absoluta pero deliberadamente ignorada por todos en la situacion aqui algunos ejemplos:

We both know that we can't carry on like this – it's the elephant in the room.
It was the elephant in the room they simply chose to ignore.Energy has been the elephant in the room for years.
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com "the elephant in the room".
A: The expression refers to something that is very obvious but no one is talking about. You might only use it by saying : “Okay, does anyone want to talk about the elephant in the room?” But that person would be very brave. Maybe there is a family gathering but there have been some arguments. It’s supposed to be a fun event but no one is having a good time because of the elephant in the room.
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com elephant in the room.
A: “The elephant in the room” is an idiomatic phrase used to describe a situation where everybody knows about a problem but nobody talks about it. For example “Everyone uncomfortably laughed as they avoided the elephant in the room.” I hope this make sense!
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com elephant in the room.
A: It is referring to something that very clearly does not belong.

Can we address the elephant in the room?

But first, shouldn't we talk about the elephant in the room?

Palavras similares a "Elephant" e suas diferenças

Q: Qual é a diferença entre An elephant drinks as much water as fifty people. e An elephant drinks water as much as fifty people. ?
A: the first sentence tells the amount of water and the second sentence tells how often the elephant drinks.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre #1 How many elephants are charging? e #2 How many elephants are fighting? ?
A: "Charging" in this context basically means rushing forward toward someone (or something) in an aggressive way or in an attempt to start a fight. It does not refer to the actual fight itself, just the initial forward attacking motion (that may lead to a fight).
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I’m scared of elephants. e I scare elephants. e I know that the one is adjective and the other is verb, but does those two sentences have the same meaning ?
A: Yes, but you make them *frightened*. I frighten (scare) elephants = I make elephants frightened/scared = The elephants are scared of me
Q: Qual é a diferença entre One elephant is killed every 15 minutes. e An elephant is killed every 15 minutes. ?
A: “An elephant” sounds slightly more natural.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre an elephant is big that means an elephant is physically large. e an elephant is big in the sense that an elephant is physically large. ?
A: They are both the same

Traduções de "Elephant"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? The elephant in the room, am i trouble?
A: I’m not exactly sure I understand, however I will try. …. English speaker might say, “ Let’s address the elephant in the room. Am I in trouble?” This would mean that there is a stressful topic regarding something you may have caused ( or been part of) and the “ elephant in the room” is the avoidance of talking about the stressful situation. I hope this helps.😊
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? the elephants do not like be their own 이 무슨뜻인가요?
A: it means: 코끼리는 혼자 있는 것을 좋아하지 않는다 :)
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? elephant
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? what does "elephant in the room" mean?
A: Something everyone knows about but no one is doing anything about.

e.g, 'As soon as I walked through the doors I could see the elephant in the room. Everybody was sitting silently with the heads down. No one wanted to be the first to talk.'
Here, 'the elephant in the room', means something that has happened or has been found out that makes everyone uncomfortable but need to be addressed.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? What does "Acknowledged elephant in the room" mean?
A: "The elephant in the room" is something that no one wants to talk about, but everyone knows exists. The acknowledged elephant in the room is something that people know exists, and have said exists, but still aren't talking about.

Outras perguntas sobre "Elephant"

Q: 1. the elephants could, at anytime break away from the ropes they were tied to but for some reason, they did not.

2. the elephants could, at anytime break away from the ropes tied to their front leg but for some reason, they did not.

Can the sentense No 1 be rephrased into the sentense No 2?
A: Sentence number 2 is not a rephrasing of number 1: it is a rewriting of sentence number 1, because additional information has been added.

May I offer a few grammatical corrections to your sentences?
1. The elephants could have, at any time (not “anytime”), broken (past participle of “break”) away from the ropes they were tied to; but for some reason they did not.
2. The elephants could have, at any time, broken away from the ropes tied to their front legs; but for some reason they did not.
Q: I had not known about elephants life, but I knew what it was like. soa natural?
A: Hmm, in English it would be a lot more natural if the two parts of that sentence were reversed. So "Though I had some idea, I didn't know much regarding what an elephant's daily existence is like." 🌸🐘
Q: What would you say?

1. The elephant is putting on weight and soon will weigh 135 kg.
2. The elephant is putting on weight and soon is going to weigh 135 kg.
A: Both of them are fine.

2. It would be more natural to say "the elephant is putting on weight and is soon going to weigh 135kg".
Q: I hear sound like that an elephant is stomping upstairs. soa natural?
A: You could say something like,"It sounds like an elephant is stomping upstairs."

To use your words, you could change it. "I hear a sound like that of an elephant stomping upstairs." This is correct, it just sounds kind of formal and it is more complicated.
Q: You are good at imitating elephant voice. soa natural?
A: You are good at imitating an/the elephant sound.

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