哔哩哔哩 (also B站; Chinese PinYin: [bì li bì li]; traditional Chinese:嗶哩嗶哩) may mean: (1) noun. bilibili, a Chinese video sharing website. 哔哩哔哩 is a Chinese word of onomatopoeia. Bilibili is a video sharing website themed around anime, manga, and game fandom based in China, where users can submit, view, and add commentary subtitles on videos. Founded in the year 2009, Bilibili is now the most influential and popular barrage subtitle website in China. Its official website is: https://www.bilibili.com/.
1. How to pronounce 哔哩哔哩?
Chinese Pinyin: [bì li bì li]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 哔哩哔哩
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 哔哩哔哩
Fixed expression: 哔哩哔哩app (bilibili app),
Collocation: 在线流媒体平台Bilibili (online video streaming platform Bilibili), 弹幕网站Bilibili (barrage subtitle website Bilibili),
4. How to use 哔哩哔哩 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 哔哩哔哩.
Translation: Bilibili is a video sharing website themed around anime, manga, and game fandom based in China, where users can submit, view, and add commentary subtitles on videos.
Translation: The Central Communist Youth League of China recently announced its official presence on Chinese video-sharing site Bilibili – a digital platform focused on anime, comics, games, and subcultures popular among Chinese youth.
4.3 中国领先的视频流媒体平台Bilibili专注于动画，目前正在进行北美发售股票。 该公司计划筹集约4亿美元的新资本。
Translation: Bilibili, China’s leading video streaming platform specializing in animation, is headed for a North American share sale. The company aims to raise some $400 million in fresh capital.
Translation: The most prominent feature of bilibili website is the real-time comment function suspended above the video, which the enthusiasts call “the barrage.”
Translation: The Bilibili website was founded on June 26, 2009 and is also called “Station B”.
Translation: Bilibili, China’s top online platform for streaming Japanese animation, is planning a U.S. initial public offering that could raise at least $200 million, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Translation: Founded in the year 2009, Bilibili is now the most influential and popular barrage subtitle website in China.
Translation: Bilibili licensed more than 300 new Japanese titles between January 2015 and July 2017, making it the biggest anime-streaming platform in China, beating Tencent Holdings Ltd. and iQiyi.com, according to a report from consultancy IResearch.
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