美甲 (mei jia): translation, meaning, pronunciation, examples

By | March 17, 2018

美甲 (Chinese PinYin: [měi jiǎ]; traditional Chinese:美甲) may mean: (1) noun. nail care; (2) noun & verb. manicure; (3) noun. nail art. Literally: 美 (to beautify) + 甲 (nails). A manicure is a cosmetic beauty treatment for the fingernails and hands performed at home or in a nail salon. Manicures are believed to be one of the best ways to keep our nails healthy. Some example phrases and expressions are: 美甲师 (manicurist), 美甲沙龙 (nail salon), 做美甲 (receive a manicure), 美甲行业 (nail salon industry), 美甲服务 (nail care).

1. How to pronounce 美甲?

Chinese Pinyin: [měi jiǎ]

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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 美甲

Synonyms: 修甲, 甲艺设计, 指甲美化,

Antonyms: N/A

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

Fixed expression: 美甲师 (manicurist), 美甲沙龙 (nail salon),

Collocation: 做美甲 (receive a manicure), 美甲行业 (nail salon industry), 美甲服务 (nail care),

Idioms: N/A

Terminologies: N/A

4. How to use 美甲 in a sentence?

Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 美甲.

4.1 这有可能就是未来的美甲工具.

Translation: This could be the manicure of the future.

4.2 美甲师:好了,修好了。请随我到烘干区。

Translation: Manicurist: All right, it’s done. Please follow me to the drying section.

4.3 今天下午我去美甲.

Translation: I am having a manicure this afternoon.

4.4 美甲是在家中或美甲沙龙中进行的指甲和手部的美容。

Translation: A manicure is a cosmetic beauty treatment for the fingernails and hands performed at home or in a nail salon.

4.5 他们会将酒店拆掉,然后建造豪宅、一家美甲沙龙以及一个甜甜圈专卖店。

Translation: They’ll bulldoze it and build luxury homes, a nail salon, a doughnut shop.

4.6 一个刚做好的漂亮的美甲会让你整个人看起来很干净整洁.

Translation: A fresh, beautifully done manicure helps you look clean.

4.7 美甲是保持指甲健康的最佳方法之一。

Translation: Manicures are one of the best ways to keep your nails healthy.

4.8 头戴着耳机的男人正在做美甲呢.

Translation: The man with headphones is receiving a manicure.

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