未 (Chinese PinYin: [wèi]; traditional Chinese: 未) may mean: (1) adv. not yet, e.g. 未定 (undecided); (2) adv. not, e.g. 未知 (unknown); (3) noun. eighth of the twelve Earthly Branches. 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 未?
Chinese Pinyin: [wèi]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 未
Synonyms: 否, 非,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 未.
Fixed expression: 未必 (not necessarily), 未成年 (minor), 宝刀未老 (be old but still vigorous in mind and body), 未来 (future), 未婚 (be unmarried), 未婚夫 (fiancé), 未决 (be outstanding), 未了 (be unfinished), 未能 (fail to),
Collocation: 未来几年 (the next few years), 未偿货款 (outstanding loan), 未能完成任务 (failed to complete the task), 未开始 (not started),
Idioms: 未卜先知 (have foresight), 尸骨未寒 (sb.’s remains are scarcely cold yet), 吉凶未卜 (do not know whether it will turn out good or bad), 前所未有 (unprecedented), 乳臭未干 (be wet behind the ears), 惊魂未定 (be still suffering from the shock), 防患未然 (take preventive measures),
4. How to use 未 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 未.
Translation: This incident was not recorded at that time.
Translation: Only this land is out of crop.
4.3 等一下, 最好的时机还未到。
Translation: Wait, the best time has not yet arrived.
Translation: We have not yet decided.
Translation: The Three Gorges Dam is both a marvel of engineering and the greatest challenge its designers have ever faced.
Translation: She’s given an insect to one of her nestlings, but now this black-capped vireo mother has two more hungry mouths to feed.
Translation: Bike share will expand further in future years.
Translation: For my wife and I, keeping our DINKWAD status is the best thing for our lifestyle and future plans.
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