姨母笑 (Chinese PinYin: [yí mǔ xiào]; traditional Chinese: 姨母笑) may mean: (1) noun. a benevolent smile; (2) noun. aunt-style smile; (3) noun. a warm smile. Literally: 姨母 (aunt) + 笑 (smile). It is a word of Korean origin and has become a buzzword. It is mostly used in informal Mandarin Chinese.
1. How to pronounce 姨母笑?
Chinese Pinyin: [yí mǔ xiào]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 姨母笑
Synonyms: 花痴笑, 慈爱的微笑, 宠溺的微笑, 疼爱的微笑,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 姨母笑
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 她的姨母笑 (her benevolent smile), 迷人的姨母笑 (a captivating and benevolent smile),
4. How to use 姨母笑 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 姨母笑.
Translation: If your teacher collects your homework with a benevolent smile, she’s hoping that you’ve done a good job.
Translation: Her benevolent smile is captivating.
Translation: Gradually, a benevolent smile appeared on her face.
4.4 她停下来, 看着我, 露出了姨母笑
Translation: She stopped and looked at me with a benevolent smile.
Translation: She gave her idol a sweet smile.
Translation: She greeted him with a benevolent smile.
4.7 对着她的男友, 她露出了姨母笑
Translation: She turned on a sweet smile to her boyfriend.
Translation: Mary bewitched him with her sweet smile.
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