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The meaning of "Jeremy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: - Jeremy, have you worked out your...? - Don't even go there. ne anlama geliyor?
A: Jeremy saying "Don't even go there" means that he doesn't want to talk, think or hear about the topic the other person is trying to bring up. It's a way of saying he is unhappy about the way the conversation is going.
Q: Come through as in Jeremy Zucker's song "comethru" ne anlama geliyor?
A: "Com thru" is slang. He means for someone to come to him, and hangout with him. Like a girlfriend or friend.
Q: Jeremy Kyle had been in his face ne anlama geliyor?
A: I believe that he means that Jeremy was close to the person in an aggressive way.
Q: Jeremy : Whenever I meet another Jeremy, they become "Jeremy" and I become " Jeremy K." If I were Portland, l would be Portland, Maine. ne anlama geliyor?
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Translations of "Jeremy"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? Jeremy birthday or Jeremy's birthday
A: Jeremy's birthday

Other questions about "Jeremy"

Q: Dear Jeremy,
How are you? I'm fine.
How was winter vacation?
I visited my friends in China.
They were funny.
I ate tangyuan. It was delicious.
It was a China custom.
Did you eat any traditional food?
You can come to China any time.
China is interesting.

Love,
Shoin bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: × How are you?
✓ How are you?

× I'm fine.
✓ I’m great.

× They were funny.
✓ My friends were funny.

× I ate tangyuan.
✓ I ate Tangyuan

× It was delicious.
✓ , and it was delicious!

× It was a China custom.
✓ It’s a Chinese custom.

× You can come to China any time.
✓ You can come to China any time you’d like,

× China is interesting.
✓ China’s interesting.

× Shoin
✓ Shoin.

Little bit of grammar errors and past/present tenses.
Q: Jeremy bought a lottery.
Did he get $100,000 prize for a lottery he bought after he had thought the lottery ticket wroth nothing?

Context>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
A woman in North Carolina can finally have her dream wedding after her fiance won a big prize.

“We’ve been engaged for four years,” Jeremy McLean, the groom-to-be, said, according to the NC Education Lottery. “We just haven’t had the extra money to get married until now.”

The lucky moment came when McLean, an electrician, decided to stop Tuesday to buy soda at New Dixie Mart in Roanoke Rapids, the lottery said in a news release.

He bought a ticket for the new $5,000,000 Fortune game but discovered he hadn’t won, the release says.

“I got back in my truck and started pulling out of the parking lot when something just said I should get another ticket,” McLean said, according to the lottery.

That scratch-off turned out to be a $100,000 prize winner, the NC Education Lottery says.

“When he showed me the ticket, I started jumping on the bed I was so excited,” said his fiancee, Heidi Hobbs, according to the lottery. “This feels like a dream.”

Her first thought was about her future wedding, the lottery’s news release says.
A: He lost the first one but he went back and bought another one. With the second one he won the money.
Q: Lütfen bana nasıl telaffuz edeceğimi öğret Jeremy.
A: Juh sound + air = Jair (one syllable). This is like how you say "care", but instead of a K sound, you have the juh sound.
uh
me

Jair-a-me
Q: "Jeremy is at university; our other son is still at school."

Why do we use "other" instead of "another". From what I remember we use "another" for singular noun right?
A: You only use "another" where you can use "a/an"
Ex. Can I have an apple? Can I have another apple?

In this example you would not use "a" so you simply use "other" instead

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