What is the meaning of on my end?

October 27, 2020 Off By idswater

What is the meaning of on my end?

“On my end” means “over here” or “in the place where I am.” In the case of your digital example, there is physical space separated by wires. On my part, I don’t care who wins. Whereas “on my part” or “for my part” typically is used to describe a mental positioning instead.

Is it at my end or on my end?

Both of these phrases are correct, but “on my end” is more common in American English, while “at my end” is used in British English.

What does not on my end mean?

It can mean needing help, but not necessarily. ” On my end” could be translated as “in my world.” It distinguishes one person’s reality from another person’s reality. Example: “You are totally in love with me, but on my end, I don’t have strong feelings for you.”

What is all good?

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English it’s all goodespecially American English informal used to say that a situation is good or acceptable, or that there is not a problem Don’t worry about it, man – it’s all good. → goodExamples from the Corpusit’s all good• Don’t worry about it man – it’s all good.

What does my behalf mean?

on (one’s) behalf For the benefit, interest, or support of someone; as an agent, representative, or in place of someone.

What does from my part mean?

for (one’s) part 1. As far as is related to, regards, or concerns someone; to the degree that someone is involved or a part of (something).

Is it on my part or from my part?

Senior Member. Yes, the phrase “a mistake on my part” is the standard way of putting it. If a feeling or action is said to be “on [someone’s] part”, it’s being ascribed to them: — Poor judgement on our part was to blame for the misunderstanding.

What is the opposite of means to an end?

▲ Opposite of a means of attaining an end, especially one that is convenient but possibly improper or immoral. permanent. inactivity. idleness.

What does it mean when a girl says its all good?

Phrase used to express a sense of general approval, despite a perceived slight. Ex.: “Dude, I just had sex with your girlfriend Janet.” “It’s all good.” Phrase used to express a sense of general approval, despite circumstances that would not seem to warrant it.

Which is correct All is good or all are good?

Both forms are correct, but have slightly different meanings/contexts. The first is correct if “all” refers to “everything” (singular); the second is correct if “all” refers to an implied concrete set of things, as in “all (the widgets) are good”.

Is there an issue on / at your end?

Everything is fine on/at our end. Please confirm if the issue has been resolved on/at your end. There are no problems on/at our end.

What does it mean it’s at your end?

It’s at your end because your PC has a technical issue. This is referring to the digital location of the problem. “the ISP end” and “your end” are two locations where the problem could be occuring.

Is it bad to say on your end?

For obvious reasons (to many of us anyway), “on your end,” “on my end,” and “on our end” should be shunned from all speech, emails, documents, and any and all communication. Please stop. It’s getting bad.

When to use ” at my end ” and ” on my part “?

“at my end” is common in any kind of geographic situation = “over here” (contrast “at your end” = “over there”) such as an internet connection, a wire, a train line, my office versus your office. “On my part” = “In my opinion” or sometimes “my part” versus “your part” of an agreement. – jonathanjo Apr 24 ’19 at 19:15