跟 (Chinese PinYin: [gēn]; traditional Chinese: 跟) may mean: (1) conjunction. and, e.g. 中国跟巴基斯坦是合作伙伴 (China and Pakistan are partners); (2) pre. to, e.g. 我会跟他说 (I will take to him); (3) pre. with, e.g. 我跟他在吃饭 (I am having a meal with him); (4) pre. as, e.g. 跟去年一样 (same as last year); (5) verb. follow, e.g. 跟我来 (follow me); (6) noun. heel, e.g. 高跟鞋 (high heels). It is one of the most common Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions (see below).
1. How to pronounce 跟?
Chinese Pinyin: [gēn]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 跟
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 跟.
Fixed expression: 跟从 (follow), 跟风 (follow the crowd), 跟前 (vicinity; be at the front), 跟上 (keep pace with), 跟随 (follow), 跟踪 (tail after), 跟屁虫 (hanger-on), 高跟鞋 (high heels), 跟单 (documentary; to follow orders),
Collocation: 跟踪系统 (tracking system), 栽跟头 (have a fall), 跟不上 (fail to keep pace with),
4. How to use 跟 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 跟 .
Translation: Quickly dress up and go to the ball with me.
Translation: She wants to come along with us to the movie.
Translation: I never bargain with suppliers.
Translation: When the boss talked to me, my brother walked past me.
Translation: I think this case is different from the previous cases.
Translation: These parasitic firms covertly track our web-browsing activities, search behavior and geolocation information.
Translation: The tour guide told others to follow him.
Translation: I told Mr. Li, “You know damn well we wouldn’t do that.
5. Stroke Order
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