都 (Chinese PinYin: [dōu]; traditional Chinese:都) may mean: (1) adv. all; (2) adv. both; (3) adv. used before 是 to indicate the cause; (4) adv. even; (5) adv. already; (6) adv. used in the negative with 一点儿 to show emphasis. It is one of the most frequently used Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 都是 (all), 都好 (everything is good), 都是我不好 (it’s all my fault), 都准备好了 (everything is well prepared).
1. How to pronounce 都 ?
Chinese Pinyin: [dōu]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 都
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 都
Fixed expression: 都是 (all), 都好 (everything is good),
Collocation: 都是我不好 (it’s all my fault), 都准备好了 (everything is well prepared),
4. How to use 都 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 都.
Translation: Maybe we should all live like a Buddha.
Translation: There were daily strikes and demonstrations.
Translation: Every male otaku can be classified on a moe scale.
Translation: Anyone with a computer and internet access can take a MOOC.
Translation: It’s all my fault.
Translation: It’s already July, but it’s still quite cool.
Translation: Even he know about this scandal.
Translation: Every citizen should uphold the Constitution.
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