奥妙 (ao miao): translation, meaning, pronunciation, examples

By | December 8, 2017

奥妙 (Chinese PinYin: [ào miào]; traditional Chinese: 奧妙) may mean: (1) adj. mysterious and profound;; (2) adj & noun. secret; (3) noun. A clothing washing brand under Unilever; (4) noun. subtlety. It is an everyday vocabulary and can be used in both spoken and written Mandarin Chinese. Some common phrases and expressions are: 软实力的奥妙 (subtleties of soft power), 其中的奥妙 (secret behind), 奥妙的哲理 (mysterious philosophy), 颇有奥妙 (quite profound and secret), 奥妙无穷 (full of mysteries).

Literally: 奥 (mysterious) + 妙 (clever; excellent)

1. How to pronounce 奥妙?

Chinese Pinyin: [ào miào]

Pronunciation examples: Please click to play the below audio.

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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 奥妙

Synonyms: 奇异, 秘密, 玄妙, 奇奥, 微妙, 机密, 奥秘, 奥密, 玄机, 奇妙, 神秘, 巧妙

Antonyms: 粗浅, 简单, 简便, 纯粹, 浅易, 精练, 简易, 单纯, 单一, 简陋, 方便, 浅显, 轻易, 纯洁, 大略, 粗略, 容易, 简略, 概略, 扼要, 精炼, 简约, 简洁,

3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 奥妙

Fixed expression: 奥妙洗衣粉 (OMO washing powder),

Collocation: 软实力的奥妙 (subtleties of soft power), 其中的奥妙 (secret behind), 奥妙的哲理 (mysterious philosophy), 颇有奥妙 (quite profound and secret),

Idioms: 奥妙无穷 (full of mysteries),

Terminologies: N/A

4. How to use 奥妙 in a sentence?

Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 奥妙.

4.1他聘请专人教他与西方人打交道的奥妙。

Translation: He hired someone to teach him the subtleties of dealing with Westerners.

4.2 他的杰作是如此奥妙,远远超越了人类的认知范围。

Translation: His work was profound and beyond human comprehension.

4.3 如果你不知道其中的奥妙,那就很吸引人。

Translation: If you don’t know how they’re doing it, that’s very fascinating and intriguing.

4.4 其中并无奥妙。

Translation: There is nothing secret about it.

4.5 不难明白其中的奥妙。

Translation: It’s not difficult to see the secret behind it.

4.6 现在我们开始了解个中奥妙了。

Translation: We are now beginning to understand why.

4.7 我对个中奥妙知道得清清楚楚。

Translation: I knew exactly what was happening.

4.8 哈佛商学院的教授约翰•奎尔奇写道 “商业成功日益取决于软实力的奥妙”。

Translation: Harvard Business School professor John Quelch writes that “business success increasingly depends on the subtleties of soft power.”

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