傲视 (Chinese PinYin: [ào shì]; traditional Chinese: 傲視) may mean: (1) turn up one’s nose at; (2) despise; (3) look down upon; (4) show disdain for; (5) be in the leading or dominating position. It is a frequently used vocabulary and can be used in both formal and informal Mandarin Chinese. Some common phrases and expressions are: 傲视一切 / 傲视万物 (full of arrogance; extremely haughty), 傲视群众 (look down upon others), 傲视的目光 (the look of overlooking others), 傲视群雄 / 傲视群敌 (be in the leading or dominating position).
Literally: 傲 (look down upon) + 视 (watch)
1. How to pronounce 傲视?
Chinese Pinyin: [ào shì]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 傲视
Synonyms: 睥睨, 蔑视, 渺视, 轻篾, 轻慢, 贱视, 鄙视, 敌视, 藐视, 轻蔑, 鄙弃, 轻视, 轻茂, 小视, 漠视, 忽视, 歧视,
Antonyms: 敬意, 崇敬, 尊重, 佩服, 重视, 珍视, 崇拜, 瞻仰, 仰慕, 尊敬, 敬佩
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 傲视
Fixed expression: 傲视一切 / 傲视万物 (full of arrogance; extremely haughty), 傲视群众 (look down upon others),
Collocation: 傲视的目光 (the look of overlooking others),
Idioms: 傲视群雄 / 傲视群敌 (be in the leading or dominating position),
4. How to use 傲视 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 傲视.
Translation: For centuries, Chinese wealth and power dwarfed the West’s.
Translation: The 104-storey building, the America’s tallest, dominates the Manhattan’s skylines as its predecessor once did.
Translation: Scorn, is an attitude of looking down upon others, an extremely outstanding state of mind .
Translation: In India, domestic banks dominate the market for helping local companies raise debt.
Translation: For some women, a powerful man who overlooks others is attractive.
Translation: As a result, the company believes that the more advanced chip-making technology gives it more than a year’s lead over rivals.
Translation: Americans once led the world in educational attainment, but this is now barely rising while other countries have caught up.
Translation: It seems likely now that China will reach its annual economic growth target of 8%, dwarfing most of the other countries in the world.
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