那 (Chinese PinYin: [nà]; traditional Chinese:那) may mean: (1) pronoun. that; (2) conjunction. in that case. It is one of the most common Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 那样 (like that), 那边 (there), 那个 (that), 那里 (there), 那么 (so), 那不勒斯 (Naples), 那般 (that way).
1. How to pronounce 那?
Chinese Pinyin: [nà]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 那
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 那.
Fixed expression: 那样 (like that), 那边 (there), 那个 (that), 那里 (there), 那么 (so), 那不勒斯 (Naples), 那般 (that way),
Collocation: 那会儿 (by that time), 那就 (then), 那么点儿 (so few; so little), 那么多 (so much),
Idioms: 说时迟，那时快 (before you can say ‘knife’),
4. How to use 那 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 那.
Translation: You can go to the island by ship.
Translation: In that case, how about them?
Translation: Well, and so what?
Translation: Only those who are insecure enjoy flaunting their wealth.
4.5 那个时候, 他忙着撩妹呢
Translation: At that time, he was busying flirting with other women.
Translation: We want you nailed down with that ring, damn it.
Translation: The little boy looks very funny when he knots his eyebrows.
Translation: Since then, it has held a dominant position in the liberalized Portuguese market.
5. Stroke Order
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