Použití pojmu Do you mean ...? ve větách.
Odjeďte drožkou do Scotland Yardu a předejte tohle Youghalovi z kriminálního oddělení. Brigham Young tak pravil, a on mluvil hlasem Josefa Smitha, kterýž mluví hlasem božím. The means of presentation which answer these requirements are commonly termed symbols. From its vantage point on the landing the Yattering viewed the young woman balefully. Young záhy ukázal, že jest obratným správcem i zároveň rázným náčelníkem. The enemy, instead of playing foolish games, meant harm, real harm to them all. It appears to me not only obscure and meaningless, but more especially odd. Těch dní bylo zřejmě na účet měsíce, kterýž mu Young slíbil. Not that I expect that means much to a man of your tender years. He looked younger than his sixteen years, almost prepubescent. Younger boy idolizes an older, more experienced individual. Salander was a pleasant and conscientious young woman. Besides, her presence meant that the show would go on. She looked fifty, and was probably ten years younger. That means that your muscles will stop functioning. Dream of a young man inhibited by a father complex. Eriksson was too young, not confident enough yet. Which meant that someone was looking for her. Blomkvist understood exactly what she meant. But whatever it was, she meant it for him. The youngest, Amanda, arrived home first. One blink means no, two blinks means yes. The car was empty and the youth was gone. The youth laughed, and so did Leverthal. So that means you know her rather well. Now the meaning of the dream is clear. The reply meant exactly what it said. That meant there would be questions. She needed a means of transport. The name meant nothing to her.