应 (Chinese PinYin: [yīng]; traditional Chinese:應) may mean: (1) verb. should do: 应付工资 (wage payable); (2) verb. promise: 应允 (agree). It is one of the basic Chinese characters used in everyday conversations. Some example phrases and expressions are: 应该 (should), 应当 (ought to), 应分 (be part of one’s job), 应允 (agree), 应许 (allow), 理所应当 (well-deserved), 应有尽有 (have an abundant supply), 应得 (deserved).
1. How to pronounce 应?
Chinese Pinyin: [yīng]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 应
Synonyms: 应该, 该, 理应,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 应.
Fixed expression: 应该 (should), 应当 (ought to), 应分 (be part of one’s job), 应允 (agree), 应许 (allow), 理所应当 (well-deserved), 应有尽有 (have an abundant supply), 应得 (deserved),
Collocation: 应得工资 (wage deserved), 应具备 (should have),
Idioms: 应有尽有 (have all that is necessary), 罪有应得 (be retribution for one’s sin),
4. How to use 应 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 应.
Translation: Should we break camp and head back?
Translation: You might have everything planned and scheduled, with smaller tasks delegated so the whole project will be done right on time.
Translation: These policy disagreements should not hinder our efforts.
Translation: Let every one of us show our love to help the children in poor mountainous areas and finance their education.
4.5 艾丽斯说: 请告诉我, 从这儿我应该选哪条路走呢?
Translation: Alice: Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?
Translation: We should let our customers to provide suggestions.
Translation: You should trust him.
Translation: We hold that all nations should be equal at the meeting.
5. Stroke Order
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