亚文化 (also 次文化 or 副文化; Chinese PinYin: [yà wén huà]; traditional Chinese:亞文化) may mean: (1) noun. Subculture, a cultural group within a larger culture, often having beliefs or interests at variance with those of the larger culture. Literally: 亚 (second; inferior) + 文化 (culture). Some common subculture include: hippies, Goths, fans of hip hop or heavy metal, bikers, Gamer, Anime fandom and Otaku. The term can be used in both formal and informal Mandarin Chinese. Some example phrases and expressions are: 亚文化群体 (subculture groups), 男孩怪才的亚文化 (boy geek subculture), 一种亚文化 (a subculture), 动漫亚文化 (Anime and manga fandom subculture), 亚文化的崛起 (the rising of subcultures).
1. How to pronounce 亚文化?
Chinese Pinyin: [yà wén huà]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 亚文化
Synonyms: 次文化, 副文化, 集体文化
Antonyms: 大众文化, 主流文化, 主文化,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 亚文化
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Collocation: 亚文化群体 (subculture groups), 男孩怪才的亚文化 (boy geek subculture), 一种亚文化 (a subculture), 动漫亚文化 (Anime and manga fandom subculture), 亚文化的崛起 (the rising of subcultures),
4. How to use 亚文化 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 亚文化.
Translation: Subculture is a group of people within a culture that differentiates itself from the parent culture to which it belongs, often maintaining some of its founding principles.
Translation: Subcultures are those groups that have values and norms that are distinct from those held by the majority.
Translation: Is Amish a subculture?
Translation: Within these larger cultures, there are also subcultures of many sizes.
Translation: A boy geek subculture has grown up around gaming that involves violence.
Translation: A thriving jihadi subculture has emerged.
Translation: A thousand miles away from the capital, Nuuk, and occupying an unfeasibly remote corner of our world, the Inughuit enjoy their own distinct subculture based on the hunting of marine mammals.
Translation: Star Wars has leaked into nearly every subculture since its premiere in 1977, and steampunk is no exception.
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