把 (Chinese PinYin: [bǎ]; traditional Chinese: 把) may mean: (1) verb. Hold; (2) verb. Monopolize; control; (3) verb. Guard; (4) verb. Chain; fix; (5) verb. Hold a baby while it relieves itself; (6) noun. Handle; (7) noun. Bundle; (8) measure word; (9) auxiliary. Approximately; (10) preposition. It is one of the most frequently used Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as: 把它给我 (give it to me), 把玩 (hold and play with), 把握 (confidence), 把风 (be on the lookout), 把关 (check), 把酒 (raise one’s wine cup), 把揽 (control), 把牢 (be trustworthy), 把脉 (feel the pulse), 把尿 (help a small child urinate), 把守 (guard), 把戏 (tricks), 把手 (handle).
1. How to pronounce 把?
Chinese Pinyin: [bǎ]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 把
Synonyms:握, 持, 控,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 把
Fixed expression: 把玩 (hold and play with), 把握 (confidence), 把风 (be on the lookout), 把关 (check), 把酒 (raise one’s wine cup), 把揽 (control), 把牢 (be trustworthy), 把脉 (feel the pulse), 把尿 (help a small child urinate), 把守 (guard), 把戏 (tricks), 把手 (handle),
Collocation: 一把椅子 (a chair), 一把尘土 (a handful of dust), 把好舵 (be firm at the helm), 帮他一把 (give / lend him a hand),
Idioms: 把酒持螯 / 持螯把酒 (enjoy over one’s wine), 捏一把汗 (be seized with anxiety), 把持不定 (be indecisive), 把玩无厌 (play with something for a long time without any dislike), 偷鸡不着蚀把米 (try to steal a chicken only to end up losing the rice), 投机倒把 (speculation),
4. How to use 把 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 把.
Translation: Give it to me.
Translation: The thief lured him to the doorway and his accomplice who was on the lookout hit him on the head.
Translation: I will check the spelling and grammar for you.
Translation: The remaining patients were more carefully selected after this.
4.5 在这不久之后，一个德国人，莱布尼茨，来到了伦敦。 他与牛顿及许多新成立的英国皇家学会会员把酒言欢。
Translation: Shortly after this, Leibnitz, a German, came to London, where he hobnobbed with Newton and many of his contemporaries at the newly formed Royal Society.
Translation: The President hobnobs with the executives.
Translation: Men dominate finance, technology, films, sports, music and even stand-up comedy.
Translation: The company dominates this segment of the market.
5. Stroke Order
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