掰开 (bai kai): translation, meaning, pronunciation, examples

By | February 24, 2018

掰开 (Chinese PinYin: [bāi kāi]; traditional Chinese:掰開) may mean: (1) verb. force apart with hands; (2) verb. tear apart; (3) verb. break apart; (4) verb. pull apart. Literally: 掰 (pull) + 开 (apart; open). Some example phrases and expressions are: 掰开揉碎 (to break apart and smash), 掰开饼干 (pull apart the crackers), 掰开成小块 (break up into small pieces), 掰开面包 (break apart the bread),

1. How to pronounce 掰开?

Chinese Pinyin: [bāi kāi]

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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 掰开

Synonyms: 撕开, 扯开,

Antonyms: 合上,

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

Fixed expression: N/A

Collocation: 掰开揉碎 (to break apart and smash), 掰开饼干 (pull apart the crackers), 掰开成小块 (break up into small pieces), 掰开面包 (break apart the bread),

Idioms: N/A

Terminologies: N/A

4. How to use 掰开 in a sentence?

Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 掰开.

4.1 她掰开玫瑰花,将花瓣撒在坟墓上。

Translation: She tore the rose apart and scattered the petals over the grave.

4.2 他们吃的时候,耶稣拿起饼来,祝了福,就掰开递给他们说,你们拿着吃。这是我的身体。

Translation: While they were eating, Jesus took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to his disciples, saying, “Take it; this is my body. ”

4.3 我们在午餐时间吃光了圣诞餐,但在吃之前我们必须掰开饼干。

Translation: We ate out Xmas dinner at lunchtime but before eating we had to pull apart the crackers.

4.4 让他冷却, 然后掰开成一小块一小块

Translation: Let it cool to harden and break it up into pieces.

4.5 掰开, 冷却, 然后就可以享用了.

Translation: Break apart, cool, and enjoy.

4.6 等巧克力摸起来硬了, 用手掰开.

Translation: Once the chocolate is hard to the touch, break apart with your hand.

4.7 掰开饼干, 然后撒到你最喜欢的汤或者沙拉里面.

Translation: Break the crackers apart and sprinkle on your favorite soup or salad.

4.8 彻底冷却(放入冰箱中可以快点),然后掰开并储存在密封容器中。

Translation: Cool completely (put in fridge to set up faster) and then break apart and store in airtight container.

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