Who said so meaning?
Who said so meaning?
is when someone for example says “Come downstairs.” You can then ask “Who said so?” Which means “who told me to come downstairs”. And “Who said that” is almost the same thing!!
What are the 10 examples of conjunctions?
Examples of Conjunctions
- I tried to hit the nail but hit my thumb instead.
- I have two goldfish and a cat.
- I’d like a bike for commuting to work.
- You can have peach ice cream or a brownie sundae.
- Neither the black dress northe gray one looks right on me.
- My dad always worked hard so we could afford the things we wanted.
How do you use so in a sentence?
- She will go to the cinema so as to watch the new movie.
- They made many plans so as to catch the thief.
- So as to solve the problem, I must understand the question.
- He looked at job advertisements so as to find a new job.
- So as to have a better position at work, I need to take a high score from the exam.
Why do we use apparent power?
Apparent power is the product of the rms values of voltage and current. Apparent power is taken into account when designing and operating power systems, because although the current associated with reactive power does no work at the load, it still must be supplied by the power source.
What is real and apparent power?
Real power is the power actually consumed due to the resistive load and apparent power is the power the grid must be able to withstand. The unit of real power is watt while apparent power unit is VA (Volt Ampere)
What does so mean in a sentence?
say the reason for something
How do you define power?
Power is defined as the ability to act or have influence over others. An example of power is the strength needed to run five miles. An example of power is the authority a local government has to collect taxes.
What the meaning of so do I?
—used to express that one feels the same way “I wish I had a coffee right now.” “So do I.”
What does as you say mean?
Occasionally in movies, especially movies set in the past, people will say “as you say,” on its own. This means “I am in agreement with you,” or “I will comply with what you are asking.” Nowadays, the expression “Whatever you say” is more common.
How do you use say so?
Say-so sentence example
- If you don’t want me to use the pool, just say so.
- It was no surprise that Julia thought so, but it hurt to have Rachel say so.
- Why didn’t you just say so in the first place?
- If you don’t want me to feed it, all you have to do is say so.
- If you say so.
- If you don’t want me to use it, just say so.
Is saying if you say so rude?
Another offensive phrase: “If you say so.” This phrase is sarcasm in the form of insincere agreement. “If you say so” doesn’t mean that what’s being said is true – only that it’s being said. The top offensive phrase: “Shut up.” Simply put – It’s a harsh way to silence someone, and it conveys extreme disrespect.
Where do we use so do I?
SO DO I We use “so do I” when somebody tells you something (with an action verb in present tense), and the answer is true for you too. For example: Your friend: I like chocolate. You: So do I.
How do you say so conjunction in Spanish?
Here the word “so” translates as “tan” or “muy” in some cases. “I am allergic to nuts” “So is my brother”. In this case, the tranlation would be “Soy alérgico a las nueces” “mi hermano también”. Here you cannot translate the second phrase literally, but the sense is similar to the one I used in Spanish.
What made you say so meaning?
Can be used sarcastically to indicate that someone’s remark was very obvious.
Is say so hyphenated?
Are you trying to hyphenate say-so? Unfortunately it cannot be hyphenated because it only contains one syllable.
Why don’t you say so meaning?
a general response to something that someone has said. (Expresses a little polite surprise or interest, but not disbelief.)
Where is above used?
Above is usually used when you want to say that something is higher than another object. Moreover, it also hints of a certain position. Examples: The temple is above the hill.
What type of conjunction is the word so?
What is true and apparent power?
True power is symbolized by the letter P and is measured in the unit of Watts (W). Reactive power is symbolized by the letter Q and is measured in the unit of Volt-Amps-Reactive (VAR). Total power in an AC circuit, both dissipated and absorbed/returned is referred to as apparent power.
How do you get true power?
Real power, measured in watts, defines the power consumed by the resistive part of a circuit. Then real power, (P) in an AC circuit is the same as power, P in a DC circuit. So just like DC circuits, it is always calculated as I2*R, where R is the total resistive component of the circuit.
How do you solve apparent powers?
- The difference between VA and Watts.
- Apparent power, which is the product of rms (root mean square) volts.
- Real power, which is the time average of the instantaneous product of.
- Reactive power, which is the time average of the instantaneous product.
- P = V x A = VA.
- P = 120 V x 6 A = 720 Watts.
What Happens When reactive power is zero?
Motor loads and other loads require reactive power to convert the flow of electrons into useful work. When there is not enough reactive power, the voltage sags down and it is not possible to push the power demanded by loads through the lines.
Why do you say so meaning?
In AE, “Why would you say so?” means “Why do you say that?” and implies “Why do you think that?” There is no past-tense “did”.
What can I say instead of same?
Synonyms & Antonyms of same