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

The meaning of "Daddy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Daddy issues ne anlama geliyor?
A: It usually refers to psychological problems caused by (supposedly) an absent or abusive or authoritative father. Example: A girl whose father was very critical may grow up with very little self-confidence. She dates a guy and the relationship is miserable because she has not solved her "daddy issues" problems.

It also applies to men, but mommy issues are more prevalent for men (Example: men whose mothers supposedly do everything for them so they don't even know the basics like sweeping the floor).
Q: So you're about to see Daddy finish a deal.
First of many.

What does 'first of many' mean? ne anlama geliyor?
A: "First of many" means that there will be many more of something to come in the future; in this case, it means there will be many more deals in the future, and this is just the first one.
Q: What does mean "Daddy slipped his over his head, ~~~ " in the picture? I could not make image. ne anlama geliyor?
A: To run your hands along something means you are touching something, and you move your hand without taking your hand off the thing.

If you are touching your shirt and you move your hand up, you are running your hand up your shirt. If you move your hand down, you are running your hand down your shirt.

Basically, what the sentence means is: She had flour on her hands and she ran her hands down the front of her dress. The flour from her hands got on her dress.
Q: "She could fix Daddy his biscuits and gravy before he headed to the field" ne anlama geliyor?
A: Biscuits and gravy is a kind of breakfast in the southern US. American biscuits are not sweet like English biscuits, they're more like rolls, and you pour gravy (a white meat sauce) over them. Here's what they look like: https://reallifedinner.com/home-biscuits-gravy/

In this sentence, Daddy is a farmer who needs to eat breakfast before he goes (heads) to work in his fields. "She" is someone who wakes in time to prepare (fix) him breakfast before he goes.
Q: What are Daddy Issues? ne anlama geliyor?
A: daddy issues= when a female feels attracted to older males because of family relationships when she was growing up.

Synonyms of "Daddy" and their differences

Q: Daddy ve Father arasındaki fark nedir?
A: daddy is what younger kids call their father
EX: I love you daddy.
Or what a girl will playfully call her man:
Who's your daddy?
You're my daddy.
Father is more formal
My father is going to Brazil this year
An older child or adult may also use dad when referring to their father.
My dad is so cool.
Q: Daddy fed ve Daddy fed with arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Do you mean "Daddy is fed up with"? "Daddy fed" means Daddy is feeding a person or animal. "Daddy is fed up with" means Daddy is upset with someone or something and does not want to deal with it anymore.
Examples:
"Daddy fed the dog." Daddy gave the dog food.
"Daddy is fed up with the dog." Daddy is upset because of something the dog did.
Q: "Daddy!" cries Peppa. ve "Daddy!" says Peppa. ve "Wow!" gasps Peppa. ve "FIRE!" shouts Daddy pig. arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Difference between cries and said: said can be used to show someone has said something in any scenario. Cried is more specific and shows she was upset about something.

Gasping is when you are shocked in this case

Shouting is saying something very loudly, sometimes out of anger, sometimes just to beheard
Q: Daddy ve Father arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Daddy is used more by younger kids or when you want something and you try to sound like a little kid.
Example : Daddy I love you~

Father is used more by older kids, sometimes it can be associated with rich kids too.
Example: My father will come to the wedding as well.

Note - Daddy is also sometimes used in a sexual context nowadays.

Translations of "Daddy"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? Daddy should come back at 5 o'clock. At 6, he hadn't come back yet. My son asked:" Why Daddy hasn't come back yet?"

Is that natural? What if he said " How Daddy hasn't come back yet?"

What is the difference? Please help me correct. Thank you.
A: Thanks! Your son can say “why hasn’t daddy come back yet?” Or

where’s daddy?
Daddy’s not back yet?
Daddy’s not home yet?

You cannot say “why daddy/how daddy”
Q: Bunu İngilizce (Birleşik Krallık) da nasıl dersiniz? Daddy and mommy cheered him on at the side of the speedway.

Is it correct?
A: yes, its correct
Q: Bunu İngilizce (Birleşik Krallık) da nasıl dersiniz? Daddy pig はダラダラするのが大好き。
A: そうですね。:)
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? Daddy
A: Do you want a pronunciation?

Other questions about "Daddy"

Q: A: Daddy, when is my birthday coming?
B: Oh, we have a long time left before your birthday. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Don't worry, because this is actually a completely natural saying. This is said in both casual situations and formal situations. If you were asking me, I would probably say "Oh, we have a while before your birthday.". The way that you said it and the way that I said it are both completely natural sayings.
Q: Daddy got home! bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: "Daddy's home!" which is short for "Daddy is home"
It's more natural to not say "is" and just use the "s"
Q: Daddy is going to work. Let's say "see you Daddy.Have a good day." bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: I would just say "See you later daddy. Have a good day."
Q: Daddy said to do this bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Daddy tell (subject- me/her/etc) to do this :)
Q: 'Dear daddy, i hope you are always the strongest man in my world, protect me and mom'. Daddy says,'sure thing, my lovely princess.' bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: It sounds more natural with a:
'Dear daddy, i hope you will always be the strongest man in my world, protecting me and mom'.
Daddy says,'sure thing, my lovely princess.'

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