按语 (also used as 案语; Chinese PinYin: [àn yǔ]; traditional Chinese: 按語) may mean: (1) note; (2) comment; (3) editor’s note. It is mostly used in formal and written Mandarin Chinese. The term should not be confused with 暗语 (secret language; code word). Some common phrases and expressions are: 会后按语 (post-meeting note), 编者按语 (editorial notes), 附加按语 (additional comment), 精选按语 (selected notes).
Literally: 按 (make) + 语 (comments)
1. How to pronounce 按语?
Chinese Pinyin: [àn yǔ]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 按语
Synonyms: 评论, 评说, 意见, 注解,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 按语
Fixed expression: 会后按语 (post-meeting note), 编者按语 (editorial notes),
Collocation: 附加按语 (additional comment), 精选按语 (selected notes),
4. How to use 按语 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 按语.
Translation: This is the editorial notes.
Translation: In 1955, as comrade Mao Zedong noted in the preface of the Socialist Climax in the Chinese Countryside: “Politics is the lifeline of economy.”
Translation: Notes should explain how this works.
Translation: You can write your notes on this plan as you work.
Translation: Those are my unfinished notes. Yeah.
Translation: Editorial notes: This made people worry about its technology and attitude as well.
Translation: His editorial highlights the variables in the studies.
Translation: Editor comments: This is like “yesterday once more”!
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