能 (Chinese PinYin: [néng]; traditional Chinese:能) may mean: (1) noun. ability: 才能 (ability); (2) noun. energy: 热能 (heat energy); (3) adj. able: 能人 (capable person); (4) verb. be able to; (5) verb. be able to: 能说会道 (good at talking); (6) verb. can: 能成功 (can succeed). 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 能?
Chinese Pinyin: [néng]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 能
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains能.
Fixed expression: 可能 (maybe), 能见度 (visibility), 能力 (ability), 能耐 (ability), 能人 (capable person), 能量 (energy), 能耗 (energy consumption), 才能 (ability),
Collocation: 能够 (can), 能干的 (capable), 能成功 (can succeed)
Idioms: 能工巧匠 (skillful artisans), 能上能下 (be ready to accept a higher or lower post), 能伸能屈 (flexible), 能歌善舞 (be good at singing and dancing), 能言善辩 (be skilled in debate),
4. How to use 能 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 能.
Translation: She is a highly competent CEO.
Translation: Xiao Ming is studying the law of conservation of energy.
Translation: Well, and so what?
Translation: Every female otaku can be classified on a moe scale.
4.5 然而, 这并不能改变消费者仍将“双十一”作为最期盼的购物节的事实。
Translation: However, this could not change the fact that consumers still consider the “Double 11” festival as the most eagerly anticipated shopping carnival.
Translation: China’s worry about ‘Minsky moment’ may be a good sign.
Translation: New York City is bustling with entertainment, food, art, and energy.
Translation: He admits that his ideas have not always led to family harmony though.
5. Stroke Order
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