Does “nails” imply painted nails? [closed]

A google image search for “nails” displays almost exclusively painted nails, whereas searching for “fingernails” displays almost exclusively unpainted nails. Is this due to a difference in the meaning and common usage of the two words, or for some other reason?

Answer

It’s because when searching “nails,” your results include “gel nails,” “acrylic nails,” “nail polish,” “nail art,” “fake nails.”

Whereas “fingernails,” especially as one word, imply natural, bare, undecorated nails.

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Source : Link , Question Author : Stefan Monov , Answer Author : Kidiu

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