空间 (kong jian): translation, meaning, pronunciation, examples

By | May 9, 2018

空间 (Chinese PinYin: [kōng jiān]; traditional Chinese: 空間) may mean: (1) noun. room, e.g. 为宝宝腾出空间 (make room for baby); (2) noun. space, e.g. 空间站 (space station); (3) noun. leeway, e.g. 留有余地 (leave some leeway). Literally: 空 (empty) + 间 (space). It is one of the most frequently used Chinese words that will occur often in everyday use. Some example phrases and expressions are: 私人空间 (private space), 生存空间 (living space), 狭小的空间 (narrow space), 升值空间 (appreciation space), 公共空间 (public space).

1. How to pronounce 空间?

Chinese Pinyin: [kōng jiān]

Pronunciation examples: Please click to play the below audio.

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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 空间

Synonyms: 余地,

Antonyms: N/A

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

Fixed expression: 空间站 (space station),

Collocation: 私人空间 (private space), 生存空间 (living space), 狭小的空间 (narrow space), 升值空间 (appreciation space), 公共空间 (public space), 博客空间 (blog space), 足够的空间 (enough space), 四维空间 (four-dimensional space), 宇宙空间 (outer space), 网络空间 (internet space),

Idioms: N/A

Terminologies: N/A

4. How to use 空间 in a sentence?

Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 空间.

4.1 那空间太小,双人沙发放不进去。

Translation: The space is too small and the sofa cannot fit in.

4.2 我们要尽可能得利用剩余的空间。

Translation: We must use the remaining space as much as possible.

4.3 不论如何,我们似乎还有提高的空间。

Translation: Regardless, we seem to have some room for improvement.

4.4 我讨厌跟女人的亲密关系,它就会侵占我的私人空间,

Translation: What I hate with women generally is the invasion of my innermost space.

4.5 由于手机正面是全玻璃的,没有留下按键的空间,因此苹果正在抛弃Touch ID,转而采用由新型相机阵列和经过特殊修改的A11芯片驱动的人脸识别系统。

Translation: Because phone’s all-glass front leaves no room for a home button, Apple is ditching Touch ID in favor of a facial recognition system powered by a new camera array and a specially modified A11 chip.

4.6 世界上有成百上千的黑客空间,或许有一个就在你身边。

Translation: There are thousands of hackerspaces around the world, which means there’s probably one near you.

4.7 事实上很多中国的大型企业也在搞创客空间,有许多这样的例子。

Translation: The truth is many large companies in China have established their own makers’ spaces. There are many such examples.

4.8 在学校和大学的创客空间被叫做“玩具室”。

Translation: The hackerspaces in schools and universities are being called “Toyhouse” .

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