哀思(ai si): meaning, pronunciation, examples, strokes

By | October 6, 2017

1. What does 哀思 mean in English?

哀思 (Chinese PinYin: āi sī; traditional Chinese: 哀思) usually means sorrow, mourning, grief and sad memories in Chinese, it is a mandarin Chinese adjective, or noun (non-countable). It is often used in formal conversations and writing to express one’s mourning for the dead.

Literally: 哀(sad) + 思(missing)

2. How to pronounce 哀思 ?

Chinese Pinyin: [āi sī]

Pronunciation examples: Please click to play the below audio.

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3. Synonyms And Antonyms of 哀思

Synonyms (同义词): 幽思, 悲痛, 悲伤, 悲哀, 哀悼, 哀痛, 哀伤, 难过

Antonyms (反义词): 高兴, 愉快, 欢乐, 欢快, 开心 , 愉悦

4. What are the fixed expression, collocations and idioms that contains 哀思

Fixed expression (固定搭配):(None)

Collocations (词语连用): 哀思无限 (enormous sadness), 哭泣哀思 (shedding of tears in response to sadness), 哀思如潮 (sadness like tides, emotional tiles)

Idioms (成语): (None)

5. How to use 哀思 in a sentence?

Below are some example sentences containing 哀思.

5.1 当希望化为泡影,欢乐变成哀思。

Translation: When the hope is gone, joy becomes sorrow.

5.2 那一束束白花,寄托着人们对烈士的哀思。

Translation: The bunches of white flowers expressed the mourning for the martyrs.

5.3 她依然为她妈妈的去世哀思不已

Translation: She is still grieving her mother’s death.

5.4 如何能避免整天沉浸在哀思中?

Translation: How to stop being sad all the time?

5.5 当哀思, 失望和愤怒持续数周, 那么就可能发生严重的抑郁症

Translation: Major depressive disorder occurs when the person has feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or anger that persist over a period of weeks.

5.6 每个人都会有哀思的时候, 但是抑郁症是完全不一样的.

Translation: While everyone feels sad from time to time, major depression is very different.

5.7 哀思改变不了历史

Translation: Sorrow cannot change the history.

5.8 当经历家人的去世时, 你会感受到悲伤和哀思, 但是过于长时间的悲伤和绝望可能意味着你得了抑郁症

Translation: You can expect to grieve and feel sad after a loss, but prolonged feelings of sadness and hopelessness could mean that you have depression.

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