一定 (Chinese PinYin: [yī dìng]; traditional Chinese: 一定) may mean: (1) adv. certainly, e.g. 一定是他 (it will certainly be him); (2) adj. definite, e.g. 不一定 (not definite; not necessary); (3) adj. certain, e.g. 以一定的速度 (at a certain speed); (4) adj. fair, e.g. 达到一定水平 (reach a fairly high level); (5) adj. finite. Literally: 一 (one) + 定 (certain). It is one of the most common Chinese words that can be used in both formal and informal Mandarin Chinese.
1. How to pronounce 一定?
Chinese Pinyin: [yī dìng]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 一定
Synonyms: 肯定, 必需, 必然, 确定, 注定, 必定
Antonyms: 倘若, 大概, 未必, 不必, 大致, 不定, 也许, 可能,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 一定.
Fixed expression: 不一定 (not definite; uncertain),
Collocation: 一定是他 (it will certainly be him), 不一定 (not definite; not certain), 以一定的速度 (at a certain speed), 达到一定水平 (reach a fairly high level),
4. How to use 一定 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 一定.
Translation: Do I have to attend this boring meeting?
4.2 这个订单一定要农历新年前完成， 否则就会产生巨额的违约金。
Translation: This order must be completed before the Chinese New Year, otherwise there will be a huge liquidated damage.
Translation: The seawater flows at a certain speed.
Translation: Light moves at a finite speed.
Translation: Every male otaku can be classified on a certain moe scale.
Translation: Price Discrimination occurs when a firm sells a good to different buyers at two or more different prices, for reasons not necessarily associated with cost.
Translation: The sight of all these riches made him suppose that this cave must have been occupied for ages by robbers, who had succeeded one another.
Translation: Being single dogs on Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to suck.
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