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

The meaning of "Resident" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Что значит resident?
A: The puppy that resides in the place, it lives there/stays there.
Q: Что значит our resident shazam?
A: might be someone who is good at identifying songs and acts like Shazam
Q: Что значит that residents can access dignified housing.?
A: Good house...
a house they can feel that they are still valuable
Q: Что значит When asked by a resident in the neighboring fourth floor flat where he lived, he is reported to have pointed upwards.?
A: 同じビルに住む人は彼に「どこに住んでいますか?」と訊く時、上へ指すと届けた。

A person living in the same building asks a question. The question is to a man who lives on the floor above (floor four). He wants to know where the man lives. He points up in response. The man's apartment (flat) is neighbouring (beside; in this case directly above) his.

"Flat" is more common in British and Australian English.
Q: Что значит "resident" in 105?
A: It means something like "our local..." or "our own..." It's the person who is a computer genius at that certain place.

Example sentences using "Resident"

Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с resident .
A: I’m a resident in my house/street/neighbourhood/country, ie I live here.
The term is also used for live-in workers eg
doctor, writer-in-residence.
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с spectacular, residents, come out top, have got more to do with, carry out, conduct, pretend, conclude, tend to, short of.
A: 1.His drawing skills are spectacular
2.This town's residents are a little bit antisocial
3.If you study hard enough, you can come out top of your class
4.1.My brother is conducting the meeting right now
4.2.Watch your conduct!!
5.Do not pretend like you don't care, 10 minutes ago you looked worried about it
6.When I'm at my grandma's house I tend to eat all the fruits from his garden's trees
7. I'm kinda short of money right now, can you lend me some for tonight's meeting
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с resident.
A: Resident means a person who lives somewhere permanently, or long-term. A person who has been somewhere for a long time.
“He has been a resident here for a long time.”
“She has been a resident here since 1990.”

Hope this helped and if you’re still confused, feel free to ask more questions!
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с resident, residence and residential .
A: He is a resident at the X mansion.
X mansion is a residence for all kinds of people.
What is your residential address?

Synonyms of "Resident" and their differences

Q: В чем разница между I, the resident of Delhi, am writing this letter to you. и I, the resident of Delhi, is writing this letter to you. ?
A: The first sentence is almost correct. In the second sentence you referred to yourself in both first person ("I", ex. I am) and third person ("is writing", ex. he is). The correct form would be "I, a resident of Delhi, am writing this letter to you"
Q: В чем разница между resident и citizen ?
A: citizen は国籍所持者です。
resident は単に住居者です。

Q: В чем разница между residents и inhabitants ?
A: Residents generally means that they have a “residence” or a primary place of living.

Ex: After buying a house, they are now California residents.

Inhabitants generally means that they are living there but it may not be their primary place of residence.

Q: В чем разница между Permanent resident и Permanent residence и Permanent residency и and which one is true and most used? ?
A: Permanent resident is a person who resides (lives, in other words) somewhere permanently.
Permanent residence is the place where one lives permanently.
Permanent residency is the fact of living and having permanent residence somewhere and/or the fact of obtaining permit to reside somewhere permanently.
ALL of them are true, all of the above are used as frequently, the choice depends on the context I described above.
Q: В чем разница между resident и inhabitant ?
A: Both words have very similar meaning, but resident is used commonly in casual conversation. "She is a resident of California." is natural. We would never use inhabitant in this way.

Translations of "Resident"

Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? resident vs Inhabitant
A: Resident: a person who lives somewhere permanently or on a long-term basis. More common term and usually used when talking about people.

Inhabitant: a person or animal that lives in or occupies a place. Usually used when talking about animals.
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? resident evil
A: “Rez-i-dent ee-vill”
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? resident
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? resident evil にはまってる。 I’m into resident evil? I’m into play resident evil? I’m into playing resident evil?
A: I'm into Resident Evil.
(別の言い方)I'm a fan of Resident Evil. / I enjoy playing Resident Evil.

Other questions about "Resident"

Q: The resident said the water was getting up my nose in a moment. это звучит нормально?
A: @Pi_Chan わかりました!

The resident said the water would be up to her nose at any moment.

Without the word “to” it sounds like water is going to go inside her nose.
Q: The resident in the next room started playing the guitar in the middle of the night.
I shouted, "Stop a bad guitar."
The guitar stopped.
I thought I'd finally be able to sleep, but now the sound of the violin began to ring.
And he was so good.
THAT'S NOT WHAT I MEAN. это звучит нормально?
A: "Stop a bad guitar."
Sounds odd

Stop playing guitar badly
Q: We are residents of this building. это звучит нормально?
A: We live in this building.

But, your example is ok! It’s just a little formal.
Q: I don't pay my residents taxes.
I have to pay them as soon as possible. это звучит нормально?
A: “I don’t” is usually used when you hardly ever do something. “I haven’t” would probably be better to use in this sentence but it depends on context :)
Q: For residents who do not own a bicycle,the recreation center has some that can be borrowed.Only ten bicycles are avail
able,____,so get there early if you want to borrow one.All bicycles will probably be claimed quickly.

C)as a result
D)for example

I chose (A),because the number of the bicycles are limited and therefore people need to get there early.
But the correct answer is (B).
Why not (A)????
I don’t understand😥
A: since there is a 'so' in the sentence none of the options fit.
However if we crossed that out then you're right, a) therefore is the most suitable answer for the exact reason you have given.

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