为 (Chinese PinYin: [wéi]; traditional Chinese:為) may mean: (1) verb. do: 尽力而为 (try one’s best to do); (2) verb. act as: 不足为凭 (not enough to act as evidence); (3) verb. become: 一分为二 (divide into two); (4) pre. often used with 所 in a passive sentence: 不为所动 (be unmoved); (5) postfix. used after a single-character adjective to form an adverb: 大为不满 (be extremely displeased); (6) postfix. used after a single-character adverb for emphasis: 极为重视 (attach great importance to). 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 为?
Chinese Pinyin: [wéi]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 为
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 为.
Fixed expression: 作为 (accomplishment; conduct, 华为 (a Chinese multinational networking, telecommunications equipment, and services company), 为难 (feel embarrassed; make things difficult), 为人 (the way one conducts and behaves), 为止 (be up to), 为重 (attach greatest importance to), 为主 (give priority to),
Collocation: 尽力而为 (try one’s best to do), 极为重视 (attach great importance to),
Idioms: 为人师表 (be a paragon of virtue and learning), 为所欲为 (do whatever one likes), 不足为凭 (not enough to act as evidence),
4. How to use 为 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 为.
Translation: I will try every effort.
Translation: Rhode Island would be the only state in the region without such a law.
Translation: In 1987, Kentucky Fried Chicken became the first fast-food chain to open a restaurant in China.
4.4 你正在成为一部他妈的传奇。 老兄。
Translation: You’re turning into a fucking legend, man.
Translation: I’m so proud to be your friend.
Translation: Bilibili licensed more than 300 new Japanese titles between January 2015 and July 2017, making it the biggest anime-streaming platform in China, beating Tencent Holdings Ltd. and iQiyi.com, according to a report from consultancy IResearch.
Translation: I think most of the people I hang around respect the fact that I don’t flaunt my wealth.
Translation: When do we become a Third World nation?
5. Stroke Order
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