1. What does 癌 mean in English?
癌 (also known as 肿瘤; Chinese PinYin: ái; traditional Chinese: 癌) means (1) cancer; (2) tumors. It is a noun, non-countable. Some commonly used phrases include: 癌症(cancer), 得癌症 (has cancer), 死于癌症 (die of cancer), 癌细胞(cancer cell), 肝癌 (liver cancer), 胃癌 (stomach cancer), 食道癌 (esophageal cancer), 血癌 / 白血病 (leukemia), 肺癌 (lung cancer), 喉癌 (laryngeal cancer), 子宫癌 (uterine cancer), 肠癌 (colorectal cancer).
2. How to pronounce 癌 ?
Chinese Pinyin: [ái]
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3. Synonyms And Antonyms of 癌
Synonyms: 癌症, 肿瘤,
4. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 癌
Fixed expression: 癌细胞(cancer cell), 肝癌 (liver cancer), 胃癌 (stomach cancer), 食道癌 (esophageal cancer), 血癌 / 白血病 (leukemia), 肺癌 (lung cancer), 喉癌 (laryngeal cancer), 子宫癌 (uterine cancer), 肠癌 (colorectal cancer),
Collocation: 癌症(cancer), 得癌症 (has cancer), 死于癌症 (die of cancer),
5. How to use 癌 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences containing 癌.
Translation: “Cancer villages” are mainly resulted by pollution.
Translation: The bitter substance found in bitter gourd can help inhibit malignant tumors.
Translation: His father died because of cancer.
5.4 任何一本癌症手册都会告诉你, 抑郁是癌症的一种副作用.
Translation: Whenever you read a cancer booklet or website or whatever, they always list depression among the side effects of cancer.
Translation: “You can see a person’s whole life in the cancer they get.” ― Haruki Murakami, Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman
Translation: His whole life was devoted to the research of the origin of cancer.
Translation: A new type of cancer is becoming prevalent around the world.
5.8 虽然癌症要了她的眼球, 但是她看这个世界看的更加的清晰.
Translation: The cancer had taken her eyeballs, yet she saw the world with more clarity than ever before.