很 (Chinese PinYin: [hěn]; traditional Chinese:很) may mean: (1) adv. very; quite. It is one of the most common Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as: 很好 (very good), 很坏 (very bad), 很对 (totally right), 很满意 (very satisfied), 很得体 (quite appropriate), 很平常 (very common).
1. How to pronounce 很?
Chinese Pinyin: [hěn]
Pronunciation examples: Please click to play the below audio.
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 很
Synonyms: 非常, 完全
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 很.
Fixed expression: 很好 (very good), 很坏 (very bad), 很多 (many), 很可能 (probably), 很棒 (great),
Collocation: 很对 (totally right), 很满意 (very satisfied), 很得体 (quite appropriate), 很平常 (very common), 很自豪 (very proud), 很久以前 (a long time ago), 很努力 (hard-working),
4. How to use 很 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 很.
Translation: In reality the other 364 days of the year are very tough for Korean youngsters.
4.2 由于它本身就已经很复杂了, 我们不需要把生活弄得那么复杂。
Translation: We don’t need to make life complicated because it is already quite complicated.
4.3 从他很小的时候我就关注他, 他现在还是一个小鲜肉!
Translation: I have been watching him since childhood and he is still a fresh meat!
Translation: There are lots of regrets for these six months, but also these long OTAKU period is a great experience of my life. i will treasure it.
Translation: It’s likely that you’re a victim of ghostlighting.
Translation: Some songs are only famous because of their chorus part is awesome.
Translation: The lyrics of the chorus often contain the song’s title or another lyrical hook, which serves to make the tune more recognizable and, in many cases, to inspire the audience to sing along.
Translation: The truth is many large companies in China have established their own makers’ spaces. There are many such examples.
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