奥援 (Chinese PinYin: [ào yuán]; traditional Chinese: 奧援) may mean: (1) noun. powerful backing; (2) noun. help; (3) noun. mutual help; (4) noun. secret assistance. It is a low-frequency word that can be commendatory or derogatory in tone. Some common phrases and expressions are: 互为奥援 (powerfully backing each other), 最大的奥援 (the biggest help), 奥援有灵 (powerful backing).
Literally: 奥 (mysterious) + 援 (backing; aid)
1. How to pronounce 奥援?
Chinese Pinyin: [ào yuán]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 奥援
Synonyms: 靠山, 暗中帮助, 援手, 协理, 赞助, 匡助, 协助, 扶助, 帮衬, 资助, 助理, 佐理, 襄助, 援助, 辅助, 接济, 支持, 赞成, 襄理, 援救, 帮忙, 助手, 扶持, 帮手, 补助, 扶植
Antonyms: 妨碍, 欺辱, 拆台, 阻挠, 欺侮, 干扰, 阻碍, 干预, 求援, 欺负, 捣乱
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 奥援
Fixed expression: 互为奥援 (powerfully backing each other),
Collocation: 最大的奥援 (the biggest help),
Idioms: 奥援有灵 (powerful backing),
4. How to use 奥援 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 奥援.
Translation: This book and Liang Shuming’s Main Points of Chinese Culture powerfully backed each other.
Translation: In the short run, though, probably the biggest help would be credible fiscal leadership.
Translation: They might help in the short run, too, and the problem is certainly big enough and long-lasting enough that help that arrives in 2020 is still likely to be desperately needed.
Translation: Researches show that familial temples and ancestral halls of local families were combined with folk temples or monasteries, the former and the latter powerfully backing each other.
Translation: Of course we help each other if necessary.
Translation: China and EU are two major economies in the world and we are each at a crucial stage in our respective development, we should pursue cooperation through mutual help.
Translation: From cooperation we get mutual help and understanding.
Translation: With respect to China’s relations with Europe, the message delivered by China is “mutual respect, mutual opening and mutual help”.
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