1. What does 埃 mean in English?
埃 (Chinese PinYin: āi; traditional Chinese: 埃) often means fine dust in Chinese, it is a mandarin Chinese noun, non-countable. The character is rarely used alone, it is often used in term of phrases. It is also a polysemous word, it can also refer to (1) angstrom, a unit of length equal to one hundred-millionth of a centimeter usually used to measure wavelengths and interatomic distances; (2) Abbreviation for Egypt. Some frequently used phrases include: 埃及 (Egypt), 埃菲尔铁塔 (Eiffel Tower), 尘埃 (fine dust), 涓埃之力 (do one’s bit).
2. How to pronounce 埃 ?
Chinese Pinyin: [āi]
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3. Synonyms And Antonyms of 埃
Synonyms: 尘土, 土,
4. What are the fixed expression, collocations and idioms that contains 埃
Fixed expression: 埃及 (Egypt), 埃菲尔铁塔 (Eiffel Tower),
Collocations: 尘埃 (fine dust),
Idioms: 涓埃之力 (do one’s bit)
5. How to use 埃 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences containing 埃.
Translation: As there is nothing from the first, where is the dust coming from?
Translation: “The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.”― Pablo Picasso
Translation: Trees can filter dust in the air.
Translation: There is a lot dust on furniture of the old house.
Translation: If I were a cool breeze, I would blow away all the dust.
5.6 父亲给了我一袋泥土, 提醒我把时刻记住家乡.
Translation: My father gave me a bag of dust to remind me to keep our hometown in mind.
Translation: I am like the dust floating in the air, wandering and unsettled.
5.8 尘归尘, 土归土, 就这样吗?
Translation: “Dust to dust, ashes to ashes. Is that all?” ― Dejan Stojanovic
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