可是 (Chinese PinYin: [kě shì]; traditional Chinese: 可是) may mean: (1) conj. but, e.g. 产品好是好，可是太贵 (product is good, but it is too expensive; (2) adv. very, e.g. 这可是很难的 (this is very difficult). Literally: 可 (but) + 是 (used to indicate actuality). It is one of the most frequently used Chinese words that will occur often in everyday use in both spoken and written Mandarin Chinese.
1. How to pronounce可是?
Chinese Pinyin: [kě shì]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 可是
Synonyms: 但是, 不过, 然则, 然而
Antonyms: 肯定, 绝对
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 可是.
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 可是最后我们成功了 (but finally we succeeded), 这可是很难的 (this is very difficult),
4. How to use 可是 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 可是.
Translation: He has a lot of money but he is unhappy.
Translation: She went to the airport to pick up the visiting customers, but she still did not see him.
Translation: But this should not be the reason you forget her.
4.4 可是, 谁真的在乎呢？
Translation: But, who really cares?
Translation: China’s ancient Shaolin Temple, famous for its Kung Fu monks, is really big business these days.
Translation: You told me it was a funny story. But I’m not laughing. It’s not funny. It’s a bit weird.
Translation: More money, more problems. But I just don’t have enough of problems.
Translation: He is very skilled.
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