的 (Chinese PinYin: [de]; traditional Chinese:的) may mean: (1) aux. used with an adjective or attribute phrase: 漂亮的女孩 (a beautiful girl); (2) aux. used after a noun, pronoun, verb, or an adjective to form a noun phrase without a head noun: 这是他的 (this is his); (3) aux. used after the predicative verb for emphasis: 什么时候的 (when did it happen); (4) aux. used at the end of a declarative sentence for emphasis: 是我做的 (I did it; I am responsible for this). It is one of the most common Chinese characters and can be used in both formal and informal Mandarin Chinese.
1. How to pronounce 的?
Chinese Pinyin: [de]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 的
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 的.
Fixed expression: 好的 (ok), 甜的 (sweet), 我的 (my), 你的 (your), 中国的 (Chinese),
Collocation: 漂亮的女孩 (a beautiful girl), 什么时候的 (when did it happen), 美好的愿景 (a good vision),
Idioms: 热锅上的蚂蚁 (ants on a hot pan),
4. How to use 的 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 的.
Translation: There are concerns that due to the location of the crash site in separatist-held territory, though, time may be running out.
4.2 光棍节是每年的11月11日, 这一天由于它的日期也被称为双十一。
Translation: Singles Day is held every year on 11 November. The day is also referred to as Double Eleven because of its date.
Translation: I think the reason why Jews are targets is that they are easy targets.
Translation: Welcome to the Maker Movement, an evolution of millions of people who are taking big risks to start their own small businesses dedicated to creating and selling self-made products.
Translation: Many Chinese youngsters quickly label themselves as Buddha-like youth.
Translation: A concern for many homeowners is the possibility that someone else might find a way to attack these smart home devices.
Translation: Subculture is a group of people within a culture that differentiates itself from the parent culture to which it belongs, often maintaining some of its founding principles.
Translation: But actually, the two of them do coexist.
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