按脉 (also used as 号脉, 把脉; Chinese PinYin: [àn mài]; traditional Chinese: 按脈) may mean: (1) take a pulse; (2) feel the pulse with pressure; (3) feel a patient’s pulse; (4) to diagnose; (5) to try to find out the problems. It can be used as per its usual meaning or as a figurative word (to find out problems). Some common phrases and expressions are: 按脉法 (sphygmopalpation), 给病人按脉 (feel a patient’s pulse), 给我按脉 (feel my pulse).
Literally: 按 (to press) + 脉 (pulse)
1. How to pronounce 按脉?
Chinese Pinyin: [àn mài]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 按脉
Synonyms: 诊脉, 把脉, 号脉
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 按脉
Fixed expression: 按脉法 (sphygmopalpation),
Collocation: 给病人按脉 (feel a patient’s pulse), 给我按脉 (feel my pulse),
4. How to use 按脉 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 按脉.
Translation: Let me take your temperature and feel your pulse.
Translation: He tries to find the problems in our country’s art industry.
Translation: People in the ancient time invented pulse—feeling, by which we could obtain the information of people’s health.
Translation: The doctor felt her pulse carefully.
Translation: The doctor feels my pulse and checks my tongue.
Translation: Tom is feeling my pulse.
Translation: Could you feel my pulse and see if I’m all right?
Translation: They were headed home to hear a new president diagnose the state of America.
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