谙练 (Chinese PinYin: [ān liàn]; traditional Chinese: 諳練) may mean: (1) be conversant with; (2) be proficient in; (3) be skilled; (4) be experienced. The term can be used as an adjective as well as a verb depending on how the word is used. It is often used in formal or written Mandarin Chinese. Some common phrases and expressions are: 谙练地 (skillfully), 不谙练 (far from perfect), 谙练地使用 (to use skillfully), 通达谙练 (be conversant and experienced).
Literally: 谙 (know well) + 练 (skilled)
1. How to pronounce 谙练?
Chinese Pinyin: [ān liàn]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 谙练
Synonyms: 熟练, 干练, 娴熟,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 谙练
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 谙练地 (skillfully), 不谙练 (far from perfect), 谙练地使用 (to use skillfully),
Idioms: 通达谙练 (be conversant and experienced),
4. How to use 谙练 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 谙练.
Translation: My Japanese is far from perfect.
Translation: I would say he is a skilled carpenter.
Translation: The child is still awkward with his chopstick.
Translation: And you should be good at English and mathematics and be able to use computer skillfully.
Translation: He is capable of reading English shop drawing and documents.
Translation: My point being: don’t expect to jump straight back into the old days. Certain moves and techniques will come back-you’ll just give them some time.
Translation: Now, three months later, he has perfected the art of taking a bath in 35 seconds, finishing a meal without looking at his food, and making his bed with precision.
Translation: Mahjong is a kind of very skilled work.
5. Stroke Order
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