關於Homebody的意思和用法的提問

包含"Homebody"的句子的意思

Q: homebody是什麼意思
A: You are correct that it means someone who prefers to stay home sometimes including their own yard or garden.
The word itself isn't negative. There will be people who might have a negative opinion because they view choosing to stay home a lot as strange.
It is better for someone to describe themselves as a homebody. Someone may also describe a close relative or close friend as a homebody and it is not negative.
- She likes to work in her yard on her days off. She's a little bit of a homebody.
- My dad doesn't like a lot of commotion. He's a homebody. He's happiest in his garage making furniture.
Q: I’m a homebody 是什麼意思
A: If you mean homeboy it is like your friend!

"Homebody" 的用法和例句

Q: 請提供關於 homebody 的例句給我。
A: @Beliefrm

“She is considered homebody person due to the fact she prefers to stay home rather than going out to party”
Q: 請提供關於 homebody 的例句給我。
A: He has become a homebody since he got married.

Id rather be a homebody than putting my life in danger out there
Q: 請提供關於 homebody 的例句給我。
A: @Jay1101

"I like staying indoors. That makes me a homebody"
Q: 請提供關於 homebody 的例句給我。
A: 1. I'm such a homebody, I don't want to go anywhere.

2. Yeah he mainly stays inside his house, he's a homebody.

3. Being a homebody isn't something to look down upon.

4. If you're a homebody, you may be an introvert.

Hope these example sentences help!

"Homebody"的近義詞和區別

Q: I'm a homebody. 和 I usually stay at home in my free time. 的差別在哪裡?
A: both are the same meaning.
i usually use the second one.
Q: homebody 和 indoor person 的差別在哪裡?
A: Yup! Both are synonymous. Both love to spend their time doing different activities at home, such cooking, watching TV, listening to music, etc. Homebody is more commonly used.

Side Note:
"How spicy is this curry?" and "How hot is this curry?" are both correct, but they mean 2 different things.
Hot - temperature of the soup
Spicy - flavor of the soup and if spices (like chili) were used in making the soup
Q: homebody 和 couch potato 的差別在哪裡?
A: You can say that but someone who always plays video games can also be a couch potato

"Homebody"有關的其他問題

Q: Which one is correct "to be more homebody" or "the be more a homebody" or "to be more of a homebody"?
A: The last one is the correct one
Q: I liked to keep to myself. plus such a homebody. But spending a year alone preparing for an exam, I cannot help but go ouside, hang out with friends and go somewhere I've never been to. (Well.. Still I need some time keeping to myself)

Then.. if I have to eat salty, spicy food every single day, would I come to like to eat bland food? 😝
聼起來自然嗎?
A: I'm a homebody who likes to keep to myself. But after spending a year alone preparing for an exam, I cannot help but go outside, hang out with friends, and go places I've never been before. (Well.. I still need some time to myself)

If I were to eat salty, spicy food every single day, would I come to like to eat bland food? 😝
Q: ​​​​I am a homebody, so staying at home is a pastime for me. I just love messing about the whole day on my bed, watching films on my tablet. This may seem silly to others, but I just enjoy the fun of it. Doing nothing is indeed a good stress-reliever, because once you hang out, sometimes you have to jump into a overcrowded and sweaty carriage and stand still without a seat for a while. If so, I will be exhausted rather than feel relaxed. 聼起來自然嗎?
A:  ​​​I am a homebody, so staying at home is something I do often. I just love spending the  whole day in bed watching films on my tablet. This may seem silly to others, but I just enjoy the fun of it. Doing nothing is indeed a good stress-reliever, because when you go out, sometimes you have to jump into a overcrowded and sweaty carriage and stand still without a seat for a while. If that happened, I would be exhausted instead of relaxed.

That's my corrected version! However, "carriage" isn't a commonly used word, I would suggest you say "train", since I'm assuming that's what you mean
Q: ​​​​I am a homebody, so staying at home is a pastime for me. I just love messing about the whole day on my bed, watching films on my tablet. This may seem silly to others, but I just enjoy the fun of it. Doing nothing is indeed a good stress-reliever, because once you hang out, sometimes you have to jump into a overcrowded and sweaty carriage and stand still without a seat for a while. If so, I will be exhausted rather than feel relaxed. 聼起來自然嗎?
A: The "a" next to "overcrowded" needs an n, "an overcrowded" also instead of "carriage", bus would be a better example of not finding a seat and having to stand for a while. The last sentence should be more like, "This causes me to feel exhausted rather than relaxed."

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