也 (Chinese PinYin: [yě]; traditional Chinese:也) may mean: (1) adv. also; (2) adv. too; (3) adv. even if; (4) adv. used for emphasis, often in a negative sentence; (5) adv. used to soften up the tone; (6) auxiliary. used at the end of a sentence indicating affirmation or used at the end of a question or an exclamatory sentence for emphasis. It is one of the most frequently used Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 也是 (also), 也好 (that’s fine), 也罢 (all right), 也门 (Yemen), 也许 (maybe), 维也纳 (Vienna), 维也纳人 (Viennese), 也就是说 (that is; in other words), 何许人也 (who is this guy), 空空如也 (absolutely empty).
1. How to pronounce 也?
Chinese Pinyin: [yě]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 也
Synonyms: 而且, 同样
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 也
Fixed expression: 也是 (also), 也好 (that’s fine), 也罢 (all right), 也门 (Yemen), 也许 (maybe), 维也纳 (Vienna), 维也纳人 (Viennese),
Collocation: 也就是说 (that is; in other words), 何许人也 (who is this guy),
Idioms: 空空如也 (absolutely empty),
4. How to use 也 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 也.
Translation: I have no idea as well.
Translation: You can give up and be a loser, or you can work to be a happier person.
Translation: You can also customize your own OCD profile picture.
Translation: Within these larger cultures, there are also subcultures of many sizes.
Translation: Shaolin Kung Fu also called Shaolin Wushu (Shaolin martial arts).
Translation: Enter my world, and let time slow down if only for 15 minutes.
Translation: Maybe he is hiding in the storage room.
Translation: Every heavenly body is endowed with the power of attraction; that is, it attracts every other body in the same manner that a magnet attracts iron.
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