问 (Chinese PinYin: [wèn]; traditional Chinese: 問) may mean: (1) verb. ask, e.g. 提问 (ask a question); (2) verb. enquire after, e.g. 问候 (extend greetings to); (3) verb. inquest, e.g. 盘问 (interrogate); (4) verb. hold responsible, e.g. 惟你是问 (you will be held responsible); (5) verb. care, e.g. 过问 (take an interest in); (6) pre. from, e.g. 问他拿文件 (get documents from him). It is one of the most frequently used Chinese words that will occur often in everyday use. It can be used in both formal and informal Mandarin Chinese.
1. How to pronounce 问?
Chinese Pinyin: [wèn]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 问
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 问.
Fixed expression: 问好 / 问候 (give one’s regards to), 问话 (ask about), 问路 (ask for directions), 问世 (be available on the market), 问题 (question), 问讯 (enquire), 问责 (call to account), 问号 (question mark), 问答 (question and answer), 问鼎 (aspire to the throne), 问诊 (doctors’ inquiry), 问罪 (denounce), 疑问 (question), 提问 (ask a question),
Collocation: 问题儿童 (problem child), 问责制 (accountability system), 问他拿文件 (get documents from him),
Idioms: 问寒问暖 (enquire after sb.’s well-being), 无人问津 (no people make enquiries about it), 问心有愧 (feel guilty),
4. How to use 问 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 问.
Translation: He hesitated and asked if I can help him or not.
Translation: If you can’t determine the order of installation, you can ask the engineering department.
Translation: Do you realize the importance of water quality issues?
Translation: The tourist stopped a passers-by and asked him the way to the museum.
4.5 他尝试了所有办法, 却没有解决问题。
Translation: He tried every mean but was unable to solve the problem.
Translation: After the 19th CPC Congress, the Taiwan issue may be put on the agenda.
Translation: Trump was talking with his consultants in the conference room.
4.8 这个问题很重要， 但是最终还是不了了之了。
Translation: This question is very important, but it is left unsettled ultimately.
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