仍 (Chinese PinYin: [réng]; traditional Chinese:仍) may mean: (1) verb. remain, e.g. 仍旧 (remain the same); (2) adv. still, e.g. 仍有机会 (there is still chance). It is one of the most common Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 仍有机会 (there is still chance), 仍在进行 (be in progress), 仍活着 (still alive).
1. How to pronounce 仍?
Chinese Pinyin: [réng]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 仍
Synonyms: 照旧, 依然,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 仍.
Fixed expression: 仍然 (still), 仍旧 (remain the same), 仍是 (remain),
Collocation: 仍有机会 (there is still chance), 仍在进行 (be in progress), 仍活着 (still alive),
Idioms: 一仍旧贯 (follow the old routine),
4. How to use 仍 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 仍.
4.1 尽管如此, 我们仍要面对这个问题
Translation: Despite this, we still have to face this issue.
Translation: We have not yet decided, but we are already receiving the documents related to the project.
Translation: He refused to reveal the actual situation, even under pressure.
4.4 别放弃, 你可能仍然怀有梦想!
Translation: Don’t give up, you probably still have dreams!
Translation: It may have been 30 years since its first store in Beijing, but KFC is still the reigning champion of the domestic market.
Translation: I still cannot believe the dreadful performance that he displayed in this movie.
Translation: MiRu’s Mama took her to see a doctor. Although she’s very nervous, she still kept acting cute (sticking tongue).
4.8 当你没有芭蕾舞课，你只想跳舞的话, 你仍然可以在家里跳芭蕾
Translation: When you don’t have ballet class that day you just want to dance, you can still do it at home.
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