1. What does 挨 mean in English?
挨 (Chinese PinYin: āi; traditional Chinese: 挨) is a polysemous word, it can mean (1) be close to; (2) get close to, approach; (3) take turns in doing something. It can be used in formal and informal conversations. Some frequently used phrases include: 挨门挨户 (from door to door), 挨个 (one by one), 挨次 (in sequence), 挨着 (be close to), 挨家挨户 (from door to door), 挨肩擦脸 (be improperly intimate with).
2. How to pronounce 挨 ?
Chinese Pinyin: [āi]
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3. Synonyms And Antonyms of 挨
Synonyms: 贴, 紧接, 靠近, 拥挤,
Antonyms: 离, 远离, 分开,
4. What are the fixed expression, collocations and idioms that contains 挨
Fixed expression: 挨门挨户 (from door to door),
Collocations: 挨个 (one by one), 挨次 (in sequence), 挨着 (be close to),
Idioms: 挨家挨户 (from door to door), 挨肩擦脸 (be improperly intimate with)
5. How to use 挨 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences containing 挨.
Translation: Our school is next to a park.
Translation: She snuggled close up to him.
Translation: They are sitting close to each other.
Translation: The policemen went from door to door in search for the murderer.
Translation: Canada is close to the world’s most powerful country, the United States.
Translation: The two convenience stores are next to each other.
Translation: The policemen checked all the rooms one by one to search for the fugitive.
Translation: He was leaning against the wall.
6. Stroke Order
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