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

The meaning of "Lifting" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Что значит lifting my curse.

what does lifting one's curse mean??
A: A curse is a bad spell (저주) put on you by a witch (마녀). To lift a curse means to make the curse go away (자주를 풀다). Figuratively, the expression means to solve a problem that you've had for a long time. For example, imagine a man loves a woman, but every time he sees her, he is so nervous he says something stupid. This goes on for months, but finally, he gathers all his courage and asks her on a date. He can say to his friends, "I finally lifted my curse and asked her out!"
Q: Что значит lifting hundreds of people out of poverty is NO SMALL FEAT?
A: it means that it's not a small accomplishment, as lifting hundreds of people out of poverty takes a lot of time and work
Q: Что значит lifting their spirits?
A: To encourage someone or cheer them up. For example you can lift someone's spirits by saying or doing something supportive or encouraging.

Here is an example: John hurt his leg badly and couldn't play basketball on Saturday. We decided to visit the hospital with some of his friends to lift his spirits

Synonyms of "Lifting" and their differences

Q: В чем разница между He tried lifting the rock и He tried to lift the rock ?
A: There is difference in meaning between the sentences. The only difference is word choice
Q: В чем разница между We tried lifting the table, but it didnt budge и We tried to lift the table, but it didnt budge ?
A: Really it's the same. Use both.
Q: В чем разница между lifting и raising ?
A: raising is used in more context then just picking something up like you could lift up a child or raise a child one lifting up a child means your picking it up rasing a child means taking care of it

Other questions about "Lifting"

Q: I try to avoid lifting heavy objects/things/stuff so as to not burden my hip joints.


Q.
* objects / things / stuff

Can I say all?
Which one would be more commonly used?



это звучит нормально?
A: × I try to avoid lifting heavy objects/things/stuff so as to not burden my hip joints.
✓ I try to avoid lifting heavy objects/things/stuff so that I don’t burden my hip joints.

× Can I say all?
✓ Can I say all? Yes, you can use any of them

× Which one would be more commonly used?
✓ Which one would be more commonly used? They’re all commonly used

Q: - I tried to avoid lifting heavy objects so as not to burden my hip joints. 

- I usually avoid calls from strangers.

- I think she speaks English well because she can express her mind and thoughts freely without using difficult words.

это звучит нормально?
A: × - I tried to avoid lifting heavy objects so as not to burden my hip joints.
✓ - I tried to avoid lifting heavy objects so as to not burden my hip joints.

Not to is correct, it just sounds a little bit unnatural and to not is more common to use
Q: I'd like to know what "The heavy lifting is now done" means in the text.
Thanks in advance.
A: Most of the work of mining bitcoin is now done by big server farms.

heavy lifting = hard or difficult work
Q: lifting your hat off your head, это звучит нормально?
A: Lift the hat up.
Take the hat off.
Q: Which is more natural?
1-Be careful when lifting something heavy.
2-Be careful when picking something heavy up.
3-Be careful when taking something heavy up.
A: #1 and #2 both sound natural to me. #3 sounds a little bit strange.

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