关于Norm的意思和用法的提问

包含"Norm"的句子的意思

Q: Yeah, I ain't the norm, but I like it though
'Bout to move the family out to Nashville
I'm sleepin' on the floor, got no curtains in the bedroom
Hang up the sheets, yeah, that's the way that I roll! 是什么意思?
A:

It could be that reason... it could be many reasons.

Most of the time musicians will provide you with a little backstory of their past so that you, as the fan, can connect with them more.

Sometimes the story is truth and other time its truth and some fluff mixed together.

Their ultimate goal is to paint an picture in your head because for them to make money they must say things that relate to a certain group of people in order for that group to want to continue listening to them and buy their music.
Q: pre-roma norm 是什么意思?
A: The sentence you have "commuting time 2 hours is pre-roma norm here in my region" is talking about travel time in your region (which is not specified) and the length of time is 2 hours. Norm is short for normal so its stating it is normal 'pre-roma'. It doesn't make sense if it is talking about a place. Also COVID-19 is often called rona such as co'rona'virus (especially in Australia where I live).
Q: social norm 是什么意思?
A: The social norm means what is accepted by society.
Ie. What is considered to be socially normal.
Q: norm 是什么意思?
A: It's short for the english word normal, which in Japanese means 正常
Q: out of the norm 是什么意思?
A: It can mean "unusual" or "not normal".

"Norm" 的用法和例句

Q: 请教我使用 norm的例句。
A: Walking around in your pajamas at work is not the norm.
Q: 请教我使用 regular and norm的例句。
A: My regular order at Einstein's Bagels is a pretzel bagel with cream cheese.
I'm a regular old student; I'm not special.
Gender norms are bad because they force people to conform to stereotypes.
The norm among wealthy families is a much higher level of education than among impoverished families.
Q: 请教我使用 norm的例句。
A: Writing with pencils on tests is the norm.
Q: 请教我使用 social norms的例句。
A: "What he liked to do was frowned upon due to social norms."
"Because of social norms, it is expected that you help anybody that you can."
"My idea of too many friends doesn't exactly fit social norms."
"Her idea of personal space doesn't fit social norms."

"Norm"的近义词和区别

Q: "there's a high norm to it" 和 "there's a high standard to it" 和有什么不一样?
A: Both phrases are both awkward and incorrect. The common ways to say it are:
"That's the norm."
"There's a high standard."
You do NOT say "high norm" typically. Standard and Norm are two different words.
Standard = 기준
Norm = 사회적/문화적 규범
"They have high standards." = 그들의 기준이 높다.
"That is the norm." = 그것이 사회적/문화적 규범이다.
Hope this helped!
Q: norm 和 standard 和有什么不一样?
A: Example:
The "norm" ( which short for normal ) age to draw a car is 17.
The "standard" grade to get on the exam is an 85.
Q: norm 和 common sense 和有什么不一样?
A: Normal means usual, what happens daily and is average.
Q: norm 和 criteria 和 standard 和有什么不一样?
A: @paramus:
A norm I would tend to use as a social standard. Like, something that is very accepted by society and perhaps not doing it is frowned upon.
Criteria are things that are required. The criteria for a job might be a high school diploma.
A standard can be a lot of things. Standard can be an adjective, so, this model of car has all your standard features. Or it can be a noun, like the beauty standard (what we expect people to conform to to be considered attractive )
Q: norm 和 notion 和有什么不一样?
A: Norms; standards of typical behaviors which is accepted within a particular group or society. Notion; an idea; a belief.

"Norm" 的翻译

Q: A) You need to follow social norms whether you are rich or not.

B) You need to follow social norms no matter whether you are rich or not.

which is right? 这个在 英语 (美国) 里怎么说?
A:

They are both technically right, but the first one sounds better because it is less complicated.

Q: Appealing to norm meaning
这个在 英语 (美国) 里怎么说?
A:
I’m trying to appeal to the standard/conventional people/public.
This person is trying to make their product or themselves attractive/appealing to the average person.
Q: what is social norms 这个在 英语 (美国) 里怎么说?
A: Social norms are things (mainly behaviors) that are considered "normal" or standard within a society.

For instance, tipping at a restaurant is a social norm in the U.S.
Q: norm 这个在 英语 (美国) 里怎么说?
A: 请到提问详情页确认

"Norm"有关的其他问题

Q: What does "not the norm" mean in this sentence?: This is not the norm but an accident.
Thanks in advance.
A: It means= “This not not normal but in fact its an accident “ :))
Q: We have been conditioned to follow norms by the society where we are in.

We have been conditioned to fit into society by the environment and people.
听起来自然吗?
A: Extremely natural and well worded 👍
Q: She is the norm of waking up early. 听起来自然吗?
A: 자연스럽게 말하고 싶으시면 그냥 norm 빼세요. Norm 말고 normally 더 좋읗 거 같아요!

"She normally wakes up early."

이건 아주 자연스러워요 :)
Q: It was considered as a norm. 听起来自然吗?
A: It was considered the norm.
Q: 大家能帮我看一下我这个倒数第三行开始,from "norms",这三行句子对么?
A: Your sentences are clear and an English speaker can easily understand you. Here is just a better way of saying it:

Norms are socially shared ideas about what behaviour is acceptable in particular situations. For example, with kissing, there are norms for who we may kiss, how we kiss, when and where.

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