了 (Chinese PinYin: [le]; traditional Chinese:了) may mean: (1) auxiliary. to indicate the completion of an action; (2) auxiliary. to indicate a change of situation or state; (3) auxiliary. to indicate a persuasion or request; (4) auxiliary. to express an exclamation. It is one of the most frequently used Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 罢了 / 算了 (forget it), 除了 (except), 到了 (arrived), 得了 / 够了 (be enough), 完了 (be over), 为了 (for), 干了 (cheers; bottoms up), 好极了 (excellent), 好了疮疤忘了痛 (forget the pain after the wound is healed), 赔了夫人又折兵 (suffer a double loss).
1. How to pronounce 了?
Chinese Pinyin: [le]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 了
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 了
Fixed expression: 罢了 / 算了 (forget it), 除了 (except), 到了 (arrived), 得了 / 够了 (be enough), 完了 (be over), 为了 (for),
Collocation: 干了 (cheers; bottoms up), 好极了 (excellent),
Idioms: 好了疮疤忘了痛 (forget the pain after the wound is healed), 赔了夫人又折兵 (suffer a double loss),
4. How to use 了 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 了.
Translation: Believe me, he often made mistakes, but you never know.
Translation: It’s just a matter of time.
4.3 好了, 别说了.
Translation: That’s enough, stop here.
Translation: I have arrived.
Translation: Just for fun.
Translation: We have to word hard in order to achieve our goals.
Translation: The movie is over.
Translation: But if you do this, your friendship is over.
5. Stroke Order
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