全 (Chinese PinYin: [quán]; traditional Chinese: 全) may mean: (1) adj. complete, e.g. 一应俱全 (well-stocked with everything one might need); (2) adj. whole, e.g. 全国 (whole country); (3) verb. make complete, e.g. 两全其美 (satisfy both sides); (4) adv. all, e.g. 全完成了 (all finish); (5) adv. entirely, e.g. 全新 (brand new). It is one of the basic Chinese characters used in everyday conversations.
1. How to pronounce 全?
Chinese Pinyin: [quán]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 全
Synonyms: 皆, 都, 齐, 全部,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 全.
Fixed expression: 全面 (comprehensive), 全部 (all), 全球 (global), 全家福 (family photograph), 全景 (panorama), 安全 (safety), 全身 (the whole body), 月全食 (total lunar eclipse), 全国 (whole country), 完完全全 (completely), 全新 (brand new), 全方位 (all directions),
Collocation: 全部的周末时间 (all the weekend time), 全国文明城市 (the National Civilised City), 全部计划 (all plans),
Idioms: 才貌双全 (be endowed with both beauty and talent), 顾全大局 (consider the big picture), 两全其美 (satisfy both sides), 大获全胜 (gain a complete victory), 面目全非 (be changed beyond recognition), 智勇双全 (be both intelligent and courageous), 一应俱全 (well-stocked with everything one might need),
4. How to use 全 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 全.
4.1 上个星期, 我们全去了玛丽的生日派对。
Translation: Last week, we all went to Mary’s birthday party.
Translation: People living in this villa area are all wealthy people of the town.
Translation: Fitness takes up all my weekend time.
Translation: I am very glad to announce that all our plans have been successful.
4.5 如我之前说的一样, 他是完全无辜的.
Translation: Like I said before, he is totally innocent.
4.6 对于撒狗粮的女性来说, 他们最担心的就是怕看起来像荡妇, 男性则完全没有这个担忧, 他们名声会因此变得更好.
Translation: For women engaging in PDAs (public display of affection), one of the biggest concerns was “looking like a slut,” which wasn’t an issue at all for men – on the contrary, their reputation benefited.
Translation: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is a leading national research university and the state of New Jersey’s preeminent, comprehensive public institution of higher education.
Translation: The National Civilised City Assessment System stipulates that a civilized city will have at least 8 percent of residents involved in some kind of voluntarily work.
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