成为 (cheng wei): translation, meaning, pronunciation, examples

By | May 5, 2018

成为 (Chinese PinYin: [chéng wéi]; traditional Chinese:成為) may mean: (1) verb. become, e.g. 成为科学家 (become a scientist); (2) verb. turn into, e.g. 成为悲剧 (turn into a tragedy). Literally: 成 (accomplish) + 为 (become). It is one of the most frequently used Chinese words in everyday conversations as well as written Mandarin Chinese.

1. How to pronounce 成为?

Chinese Pinyin: [chéng wéi]

Pronunciation examples: Please click to play the below audio.

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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 成为

Synonyms: 变成, 成就,

Antonyms: N/A

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

Fixed expression: N/A

Collocation: 发展成为 (develop into), 成为朋友 (become friends), 成为明星 (become celebrities), 成为焦点 (become focus), 成为敌人 (become enemies), 成为第一 (become the first), 成为教练 (become a coach), 成为悲剧 (turn into a tragedy), 成为泡影 (go up in smoke), 成为笑柄 (become a laughingstock),

Idioms: N/A

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4. How to use 成为 in a sentence?

Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 成为.

4.1 他从小就梦想成为科学家

Translation: Since childhood, he dreamed of becoming a scientist.

4.2 先进的管理方法能成为促使社会发展的动力。

Translation: Advanced management methods can be the driving force for social development.

4.3 他将继承他父亲成为这个公司的大股东。

Translation: He will inherit his father as a major shareholder of the company.

4.4 你也可以成为一个好的妻子。

Translation: You can also become a good wife.

4.5 你可以放弃,当个屌丝,你也可以努力工作,让自己成为更快乐的人。

Translation: You can give up and be a loser, or you can work to be a happier person.

4.6 我认为犹太人成为靶子的原因是由于他们太容易对付了。

Translation: I think the reason why Jews are targets is that they are easy targets.

4.7 网络活动监控已经成为该软件的一个重要功能

Translation: Network activity monitoring has been became an important function of the software.

4.8 罗得岛州是最初成为国家的十三个殖民地中的最后一个。

Translation: Rhode Island was the last of the original thirteen colonies to become a state.

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