请 (Chinese PinYin: [qǐng]; traditional Chinese:請) may mean: (1) verb. ask, e.g. 请他给建议 (ask him for advice); (2) verb. invite, e.g. 邀请信 (invitation letter); (3) exclamation. please, e.g. 请进来 (come in, please); (4) verb. hire, e.g. 聘请 (employ). It is a frequently used vocabulary that will occur in everyday use as well as formal expressions.
1. How to pronounce 请?
Chinese Pinyin: [qǐng]
Pronunciation examples: Please click to play the below audio.
Audio source: created by Baidu Voice
2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 请
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 请.
Fixed expression: 请客 (invite sb. to dinner), 邀请函 (invitation letter), 请求 (request), 请教 (ask for advice), 邀请赛 (invitational tournament), 申请 (application), 聘请 (hire),
Collocation: 请求帮助 (request for help), 向上级请示 (ask for instructions from one’s superior), 不情之请 (unreasonable demand), 非请莫入 (no entry without invitation), 申请书 (application letter),
Idioms: 请君入瓮 (give sb. a taste of his own medicine), 负荆请罪 (offer a humble and sincere apology), 另请高明 (find a better qualified replacement for a job), 为民请命 (plead in the name of the people), 不请自来 (come without invitation),
4. How to use 请 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 请.
Translation: Please try this to see if you like it or not.
Translation: Please send my gratitude to her.
Translation: The request was gracefully refused.
4.4 请问， 这条路通向广州白云机场吗?
Translation: Excuse me, does this road lead to Guangzhou Baiyun Airport?
Translation: Stay with us, we will bring more updated news to you later today.
Translation: Please keep the survey reports in chronological order.
Translation: If you still disagree with my transfer request, I will choose to leave.
4.8 义乌 – 这个世界上最大的批发市场 – 聘请了三名外国“街头督察”，帮助这个中国东部城市的许多游客和外籍人士可以更便利地生活。
Translation: Yiwu – home to what’s become known as the world’s biggest wholesale market – has hired three foreign “street inspectors” to help make life easier for the many visitors and expats in the eastern Chinese city.
5. Stroke Order
Stroke order images provided by Wikimedia stroke order project