可 (Chinese PinYin: [kě]; traditional Chinese:可) may mean: (1) conjunction. but; (2) adv. used for emphasis; (3) verb. approve; (4) verb. can; (5) verb. be worth. It is one of the most common Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 可以 (may; pretty good), 可是 (but), 可爱 (lovely), 可靠 (reliable), 可人 (person with admirable qualities), 可笑 (funny; ridiculous), 可信 (be credible), 可观 (considerable), 可不 (exactly).
1. How to pronounce 可?
Chinese Pinyin: [kě]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 可
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 可.
Fixed expression: 可以 (may; pretty good), 可是 (but), 可爱 (lovely), 可靠 (reliable), 可人 (person with admirable qualities), 可笑 (funny; ridiculous), 可信 (be believable), 可观 (considerable), 可不 (exactly),
Collocation: 可信度 (credibility), 可行性 (feasibility),
Idioms: 不可多得 (rare), 不可告人 (secret), 不可救药 (be incurable), 不可开交 (be tied up), 不可理喻 (be impervious to reason), 不置可否 (decline to comment), 楚楚可怜 (delicate and charming),
4. How to use 可 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 可.
Translation: Anyone with a computer and internet access can take a MOOC.
Translation: I would rather remain poor than earning money by dishonest means.\u2028
Translation: China’s worry about ‘Minsky moment’ may be a good sign.
4.4 换句话说，今年的狗年, 人们可能为因为信仰的不同而争吵。
Translation: In other words, this year of the Dog may see people fighting for the causes they believe in.
Translation: So rather than sneer at Europe’s impotence, the world should be asking whether Europe can rediscover its vigour—and if so how.
Translation: Do any of you believe we can reduce the dependence on foreign oil without investing in alternative sources of energy, renewable energy?
Translation: I did Kung Fu in a Shaolin Temple in China so I am going to share my experiences with you.
Translation: White is the lightest color and is achromatic (having no hue), because it fully reflects and scatters all the visible wavelengths of light.
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