"What does this means" is wrong. The verb "mean" should remain in the infinitive because the auxiliary verb "do" is already conjugated. That happens with all verbs that are used together with an auxiliary verb in questions and in the negative in simple present and simple past tenses.
Similarly, how do you use mean and mean?
Meanings means "purposes" or "intentions" or "what is meant by something". No, you can't use means as the singular mean when you mean "a method or a way"; it's always means and yet you use a singular verb with it just like the Cambridge dictionary says.
Beside above, how do you mean is it correct?
“How” indicates process; a way of doing something. “What” indicates the thing or things involved in a process. The “correct/proper” phrase is “What do you mean?” Speech is like dress.
What does <> mean in text?
In other platforms, it could mean that the person is typing for a response. It's like the other person is struggling to maintain or find a reply just to maintain the conversation. sometimes i misinterpret it that the person is upset with me. I had a friend who would do the “…” thing in his text.
How about U meaning in English?
Definition of how about you. —used to ask someone to tell one something in response to what one has just saidI like skiing and hiking.