两 (Chinese PinYin: [liǎng]; traditional Chinese:兩) may mean: (1) numeral. two; (2) noun. both parties; (3) numeral. a few; (4) measure word. unit of weight (equal to 50 grams). It is one of the most common Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 两半儿 (two halves), 两边 (both sides), 两重 (double), 两广 (Guangdong and Guangxi), 两性 (both sexes), 两用 (dual-purpose), 两个人 (two people), 两回事 (two entirely different matters), 一两 (50 gram).
1. How to pronounce 两?
Chinese Pinyin: [liǎng]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 两
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 两.
Fixed expression: 两半儿 (two halves), 两边 (both sides), 两重 (double), 两广 (Guangdong and Guangxi), 两性 (both sexes), 两用 (dual-purpose),
Collocation: 两个人 (two people), 两回事 (two entirely different matters), 一两 (50 gram), 二两 (100 gram), 三两 (150 gram),
Idioms: 两全其美 (satisfy both sides), 两相情愿 (by mutual consent), 两小无猜 (innocent playmates), 两袖清风 (remain uncorrupted),
4. How to use 两 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 两.
Translation: According to the list, the Houston Rockets’ recent 2 losses were attributed to Yao’s lack of aggressiveness.
Translation: The railroad connects two cities, namely, New York and Chicago.
Translation: A couple of New Jersey hunters are out in the woods when one of them falls to the ground.
Translation: Each of us keeps one original and two copies.
Translation: The value of China’s internet celebrity market is tipped to surpass 100 billion yuan in 2018, nearly twice the 52.8 billion yuan in 2016, according to Beijing-based research agency Analysus.
4.6 义乌机场（国际航空运输协会代码: YIW, 国际民航组织代码: ZSYW）是中国浙江省金华义乌市的一个军民两用机场。
Translation: Yiwu Airport (IATA: YIW, ICAO: ZSYW) is a dual-use military and civil airport serving Yiwu, Jinhua in Zhejiang Province, China.
Translation: But actually, the two of them do coexist.
Translation: Tug of war is a sport that directly puts two teams against each other in a test of strength.
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