个 (ge): translation, meaning, pronunciation, examples

By | March 22, 2018

个 (Chinese PinYin: [gè]; traditional Chinese:個) may mean: (1) measure word. used before a noun which does not have a fixed measure word of its own; (2) measure word. used before an approximate number to make the sentence sound informal; (3) measure word. used between a verb and its object; (4) measure word. used between a verb and its complement; (5) adj. individual; (6) suffix to 些. It is one of the most frequently used Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 一个 (one), 两个 (two), 三个 (three), 四个 (four), 五个 (five), 个案 (individual case), 个别 (individual), 个别差异 (individual difference), 个个 (everyone), 个人 (individual), 个头 (size), 个性 (individuality).

1. How to pronounce 个?

Chinese Pinyin: [gè]

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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 个

Synonyms: N/A

Antonyms: N/A

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

Fixed expression: 个案 (individual case), 个别 (individual), 个别差异 (individual difference), 个个 (everyone), 个人 (individual), 个头 (size), 个性 (individuality),

Collocation: 一个 (one), 两个 (two), 三个 (three), 四个 (four), 五个 (five), 个把 (a couple), 个股 (shares of an individual company), 个人财产 (personal property), 个人计算机 (personal computer), 个体工商户 (individual business), 个中 (therein), 一步一个脚印 (make progress one step at a time), 一个巴掌拍不响 (It takes two to make a quarrel), 一个萝卜一个坑 (everybody has their own task and no one is idle),

Idioms: 各个击破 (defeat one by one), 三个臭皮匠胜过诸葛亮 (Two heads are better than one),

Terminologies: 个人所得税 (personal income tax),

4. How to use 个 in a sentence?

Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 个.

4.1 那个时候, 他忙着撩妹呢

Translation: At that time, he was busying flirting with other women.

4.2 现在,八角形是一个令人惊讶的形状,它有八条迷人的边,和八个很棒的角。

Translation: Now, octagon is an amazing shape that has eight fantastic sides, and eight awesome angles.

4.3 年轻的中国人使用屌丝(意思是失败者)这个词语来嘲笑自己的地位低下。

Translation: The phrase diaosi meaning ‘loser’ is used by young Chinese to poke fun at their own low status.

4.4 我是一个刚刚结婚超过一年的丁狗族。

Translation: I’m a DINKWAD who’s been married for just over a year.

4.5 在另一个案中,两名曼谷教师被指控调戏学生。

Translation: In another case two Bangkok schoolteachers were accused of molesting pupils.

4.6 我们都是独一无二的个体

Translation: We are all unique individuals.

4.7 一个繁荣的杰哈迪亚文化出现了。

Translation: A thriving jihadi subculture has emerged.

4.8 中国的共享单车市场只剩下3个玩家.

Translation: China’s bike-sharing industry is coming down to these three players.

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