必须 (Chinese PinYin: [bì xū]; traditional Chinese:必須) may mean: (1) adv. must; (2) adv. have to. Literally: 必 (definitely) + 须 (must). The term is a neutral everyday word used in both formal and informal Mandarin Chinese. Some example phrases and expressions are: 必须的 (necessary), 必须地 (necessarily), 必须通过考试 (must pass the exam), 非必须的 (optional), 必须做的事情 (things that have to be done), 必须照办 (must do as one was told), 必须完成 (must finish), 必须填写 (compulsory field).
1. How to pronounce 必须?
Chinese Pinyin: [bì xū]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 必须
Synonyms: 必需, 务必, 必然,
Antonyms: 无须, 不必, 不用,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 必须.
Fixed expression: 必须的 (necessary), 必须地 (necessarily),
Collocation: 必须通过考试 (must pass the exam), 非必须的 (optional), 必须做的事情 (things that have to be done), 必须照办 (must do as one was told), 必须完成 (must finish), 必须填写 (compulsory field),
4. How to use 必须 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 必须.
Translation: You have to finish this project before the new year, right?
Translation: We must take all the consequences arising therefrom.
4.3 在中国, 驾驶证的申请者必须通过笔试, 90%答对才算通过
Translation: Everyone who applies for a driver’s license in China must take a written test; 90 percent is considered passing.
Translation: My friends, this must come to an end.
Translation: Do what you have to do.
Translation: I have to control the production cost this year.
Translation: You must try to hold her to her course, you’ll go into the waters of submerged reefs soon.
Translation: In order to achieve the object we set, we must work harder.
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