们 (Chinese PinYin: [men]; traditional Chinese:們) may mean: (1) suffix. used after a personal pronoun or a noun to show plural number, e.g. 女士们 (ladies). It is one of the most common Chinese characters used in everyday conversations. The term should not be confused with 门 (mén) which means “door”.
1. How to pronounce 们?
Chinese Pinyin: [men]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 们
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 们.
Fixed expression: 我们 (we; us), 他们 (they; them), 哥们 (dude), 爷们 (true man), 人们 (people), 娘们 (women),
Collocation: 女士们, 先生们 (ladies and gentlemen), 朋友们 (friends), 他们俩 (two of them), 孩子们 (children), 老师们 (teachers),
4. How to use 们 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 们.
Translation: Let’s go.
Translation: They have rejected our proposal.
Translation: My teachers gave me a lot of help at that time.
Translation: Fight like a true man.
Translation: The implementation of these measures is to ensure the safety of our staffs.
Translation: If we stay in the cave, we will not be discovered by the enemy.
Translation: Our train is running on schedule without mishap.
4.8 他全心投入到他的工作中, 以致于我们敲门他也不知道
Translation: He devoted himself to his work so that when we knocked on the door, he was not aware of it.
5. Stroke Order
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