位 (Chinese PinYin: [wèi]; traditional Chinese: 位) may mean: (1) noun. place, e.g. 席位 (seat); (2) noun. position, e.g. 第一位 (ranked the first); (3) noun. throne, e.g. 王位 (crown); (4) measure word. used to refer to people, e.g. 一位客人 (a guest). 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 位?
Chinese Pinyin: [wèi]
Pronunciation examples: Please click to play the below audio.
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 位
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 位.
Fixed expression: 位置 (place), 席位 (seat), 王位 (crown), 地位 (status), 位于 (be located), 位数 (number of digits), 位居 (rank), 价位 (price),
Collocation: 第一位 (ranked the first; no.1), 我的一位朋友 (a friend of mine), 一位歌星 (a singer), 位居前列 (rank up top), 一位客人 (a guest),
Idioms: 位居要津 (occupy a key position), 三位一体 (trinity), 位极人臣 (rise to be an official of the highest rank), 虚位以待 (reserve a seat for sb.),
4. How to use 位 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 位.
Translation: This is a friend of mine.
Translation: She is an accomplished Chinese singer.
Translation: Everybody took their places.
Translation: Our hotel is located next to the river.
Translation: The service industry plays an important role in our economy.
Translation: The phrase diaosi meaning ‘loser’ is used by young Chinese to poke fun at their own low status.
Translation: And those most in need of teaching are the professor, the governor of Massachusetts and President Obama.
Translation: The well-placed and timed pause will help ensure that the audience hears the punchline.
5. Stroke Order
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