哀痛 (ai tong): meaning, pronunciation, examples, strokes

By | October 8, 2017

1. What does 哀痛 mean in English?

哀痛 (Chinese PinYin: āi tòng; traditional Chinese: 哀痛) often means mourning, being deep sorrowful or grieved in Chinese, it is a mandarin Chinese verb, adjective or noun (non-countable) depending on how the word is used. It is often used in formal and informal conversations to express one’s deep sorrow. Some commonly used phrases include: 不胜哀痛 (someone being sorrowful that he or she cannot bear the grief), 让人哀痛 (make someone feel sad), 哀痛欲绝 (grieved to the extreme).

Literally: 哀(sad)+痛(pain)

2. How to pronounce 哀痛 ?

Chinese Pinyin: [āi tòng]

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3. Synonyms And Antonyms of 哀痛

Synonyms: 沉痛, 哀伤, 哀恸, 悲伤, 悲哀, 痛心, 难过, 伤心,

Antonyms: 喜乐, 愉快, 欢喜, 喜悦, 快乐,

4. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 哀痛

Fixed expression: (None)

Collocation: 不胜哀痛 (someone being sorrowful that he or she cannot bear the grief), 让人哀痛 (make someone feel sad),

Idioms: 哀痛欲绝 (grieved to the extreme)

5. How to use 哀痛 in a sentence?

Below are some example sentences containing 哀痛.

5.1 当希望化为泡影,欢乐变成哀痛。

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

5.2 我当时很哀痛, 但是我并不感到羞耻.

Translation: I was filled with grief, but I was not ashamed.

5.3 全国人民都为总统的去世感到哀痛.

Translation: The entire nation is grieving the death of their President.

5.4 我为我爷爷的去世感到十分哀痛

Translation: I grieve the loss of my grandfather.

5.5 她依然为她妈妈的去世哀痛不已

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

5.6 但是地球上所有部落都不会庆祝,他们会哀痛,因为他们并没有准备好。

Translation: But all the tribes of the earth are not going to rejoice. They will mourn, because they are not ready.

5.7 我觉得我缺乏安全感, 那是一种是深深的, 无尽的哀痛

Translation: All I felt was a deep, endlessly sad sense of not belonging.

5.8 趣味性励志名言会使你开怀大笑,在你长久哀痛的脸上勾画出一抹微笑。

Translation: Funny inspirational quotes can make you laugh or just give a smile on your long sad face.

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