脑 (Chinese PinYin: [nǎo]; traditional Chinese:腦) may mean: (1) noun. brain, e.g. 大脑活动 (brain activity); (2) noun. head, e.g. 摇头晃脑 (wag one’s head – look pleased with oneself); (3) noun. mind, e.g. 用脑过度 (excessively taxing); (4) noun. essence, e.g. 樟脑 (camphor). It is one of the most common Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions.
1. How to pronounce 脑?
Chinese Pinyin: [nǎo]
Pronunciation examples: Please click to play the below audio.
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 脑
Synonyms: 头, 头脑, 智力, 脑袋, 头部
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 脑.
Fixed expression: 电脑 (computer), 动脑 (use one’s brain), 脑袋 (head), 大脑 (brain), 脑震荡 (concussion), 脑海 (one’s mind), 小脑 (cerebellum), 头脑 (head), 豆腐脑 (jellied bean curd), 后脑勺 (back of the head), 脑炎 (encephalitis), 脑筋急转弯 (brain-twister),
Collocation: 有头脑 (intelligent), 脑死亡 (brain death), 脑细胞 (brain cell), 轻微脑震荡 (mild concussion), 大脑活动 (brain activity), 脑出血 (cerebral haemorrhage),
Idioms: 虎头虎脑 (sturdy and healthy), 肝脑涂地 (willing to repay a favor with extreme sacrifice), 绞尽脑汁 (rack one’s brains), 呆头呆脑 (stupid-looking), 鬼头鬼脑 (be sneaky), 摇头晃脑 (wag one’s head – look pleased with oneself),
Terminologies: 脑电波 (brain wave), 脑电图 (electroencephalogram), 脑萎缩 (brain atrophy),
4. How to use 脑 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 脑.
Translation: side from headaches, he showed no signs of serious brain damage.
4.2 多动脑, 想个完善的解决方案.
Translation: Use your brain and come up with a perfect solution.
Translation: Any images you see will become useless without the processing that occurs in the brain.
4.4 据说大部分人都只使用了其脑容量的 10%不到
Translation: It is said that most people only use less than 10% of their brain capacity.
Translation: My son learned how to use a computer when he was still a little kid.
4.6 一首歌的副歌经常被认为是歌曲中最重要的部分，如果做得好的话，在你听到它后, 它能在你的脑海里停留数个小时甚至数天。
Translation: A song’s chorus is often regarded as the most vital part of the song and the part that if done correctly sticks in your head for hours, even days after you’ve heard it.
Translation: Although different stimulants work on the brain through different mechanisms, they have similar effects.
Translation: Cyberculture is the culture that has emerged from the use of computer networks for communication, entertainment and business.
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