大陆 (Chinese PinYin: [dà lù]; traditional Chinese:大陸) may mean: (1) noun. continent, e.g. 湿润大陆性气候 (humid continental climate); (2) noun. mainland China, e.g. 在香港和大陆之间穿梭 (travel between Hong Kong and Mainland China). Literally: 大 (big) + 陆 (land). It is a medium-high frequency word that can be used in both spoken and written Mandarin Chinese.
1. How to pronounce大陆?
Chinese Pinyin: [dà lù]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 大陆
Synonyms: 内地, 陆地, 中国大陆,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 大陆.
Fixed expression: 新大陆 (a new continent; the New World), 亚欧大陆 (Eurasia), 欧洲大陆 (the continent of Europe), 中国大陆 (mainland China),
Collocation: 亚洲大陆 (the Asian continent), 大陆漂移 (continental drifting), 大陆学生 (students from mainland China), 整个大陆 (the whole continent), 大陆游客 (tourists from mainland China),
Terminologies: 大陆架 (continental shelf), 大陆性气候 (continental climate),
4. How to use 大陆 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 大陆.
Translation: The European continent has nearly half of the earthquakes occurred in Greece.
Translation: There are more than 100 flights per week from Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou of mainland China to major cities in the United States.
Translation: The northeastern United States has a humid continental climate.
Translation: They also hoped to find a new continent which they thought existed in the Indian or Pacific Ocean.
Translation: Australia is a country and continent surrounded by the Indian and Pacific oceans.
Translation:The tech giant Tencent from mainland China is trying to do something that’s never been done before: take the biggest online mobile game in China global.
Translation: This is likely to lead to a sharp jump in the number of mainland tourists to America.
Translation: The U. S. Commerce Department says 801,000 Mainland Chinese visited the U. S. last year, adding $5 billion to the U.S. economy.
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