已 (Chinese PinYin: [yǐ]; traditional Chinese:已) may mean: (1) adv. already; (2) verb. stop. It is one of the most common Chinese characters and can form various phrases and expressions such as: 已经 (already), 已故 (be deceased), 已婚 (be married), 已然 (have already become a fact), 已往 (the past), 已知 (the known).
1. How to pronounce 已?
Chinese Pinyin: [yǐ]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 已
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 已.
Fixed expression: 已经 (already), 已故 (be deceased), 已婚 (be married), 已然 (have already become a fact), 已往 (the past), 已知 (the known),
Collocation: 已收到 (received; accepted), 已启用 (enabled), 已载入 (loaded),
Idioms: 不能自已 (cannot control oneself), 不得已而为之 (have no choice but to do so), 大势已去 (The situation is hopeless), 迫不得已 (have no alternative), 死而后已 (do one’s best till one’s heart ceases to beat),
4. How to use 已 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 已.
Translation: A boy geek subculture has grown up around gaming that involves violence.
Translation: Some 68,000 toilets have been built in tourist sites around China since the launch of the “toilet revolution” in 2015.
Translation: Was there just a hint of mockery in his voice or was it her fancy?
Translation: Passion may dim with time, but if it’s completely gone then Fix The Problem.
Translation: She is still grieving her mother’s death.
Translation: I have ordered for you.
Translation: We have learnt what happened to her.
Translation: The rest of the questions have stood over till next Monday.
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