人员 (Chinese PinYin: [rén yuán]; traditional Chinese: 人員) may mean: (1) noun. personnel, e.g. 人员调动 (transfer of personnel); (2) noun. staff, e.g. 人员编制 (staffing quota). Literally: 人 (human) +员 (person holding a post). The term is a medium-frequency word used often in formal Mandarin Chinese. Some example phrases and expressions are: 公务人员 (public servant), 工作人员 (staff), 公教人员 (government employees and teachers), 被俘人员 (captured personnel), 人员管理 (personnel management).
1. How to pronounce 人员?
Chinese Pinyin: [rén yuán]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 人员
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 人员.
Fixed expression: 人员调动 (transfer of personnel), 人员编制 (staffing quota), 公务人员 (public servant), 工作人员 (staff), 公教人员 (government employees and teachers),
Collocation: 被俘人员 (captured personnel), 人员管理 (personnel management), 人员配置 (staffing), 医务人员 (medical workers),
4. How to use 人员 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 人员.
Translation: The implementation of these measures is to ensure the safety of our staffs.
Translation: Many developed countries are in great need of medical workers, especially surgeons.
Translation: We found that civil servants are all busy having different meetings.
Translation: We will strictly control the size of staffs this year.
Translation: Pension insurance, as a part of compulsory state insurance system, is designed to provide the basic level of replacement income to retirees.
Translation: In order to save time, all the staff simply had pancakes and canned mixed porridge as lunch, without leaving the exhibition hall, then began to work again in several minutes.
Translation: The workers were nonprofessionals, judging by the absence in their safety helmet equipment.
Translation: Unfortunately, when he went through security check at airport, they would not let him in.
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