1. What does 挨肩儿 mean in English?
挨肩儿 (Chinese PinYin: āi jiān er; traditional Chinese: 挨肩兒) means (1) shoulder to shoulder, physically close together; (2) being close to somebody; (3) in rapid succession; (4) be next in birth order and close in age. It is a mandarin Chinese adverbial word. It is often used informally. Some commonly used phrases include: 肩挨肩 (shoulder to shoulder), 挨肩并足 (shoulder to shoulder, foot to foot), 挨肩擦脸, 挨肩擦膀(extremely crowded), 挨肩搭背 (being intimate with sb).
Literally: 挨(be close to) + 肩(shoulder) + 儿(ending retroflexion)
2. How to pronounce 挨肩儿 ?
Chinese Pinyin: [āi jiān er]
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3. Synonyms And Antonyms of 挨肩儿
Synonyms: 接连, 挨着,
4. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 挨肩儿
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 肩挨肩 (shoulder to shoulder),
Idioms: 挨肩并足 (shoulder to shoulder, foot to foot), 挨肩擦脸, 挨肩擦膀(extremely crowded), 挨肩搭背 (being intimate with sb.)
5. How to use 挨肩儿 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences containing 挨肩儿.
Translation: When I was young, I gave birth to two sons in a row.
Translation: The age difference between my brothers and sisters is very small.
Translation: He has a sister in the same age group.
Translation: This is my close brother.
Translation: The two brothers are in the same age group, one is one year older than the other.
Translation: What a crowded temple fair, people are pushing their ways through the crowd.
Translation: Today is Christmas, the supermarket is crowded with people.
Translation: People are hurrying to and fro, pushing their ways through the crowd.