又 (Chinese PinYin: [yòu]; traditional Chinese:又) may mean: (1) adv. repetition and continuation of an actual action happening again; (2) adv. both; (3) adv. moreover; (4) adv. in addition to; (5) adv. and; (6) adv. but; (7) adv. used in a negative statement or a rhetorical question 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 又是 (again), 又称 (also called), 又一天 (another day), 又一年 (another year), 又一个 (another), 又像 (also look like).
1. How to pronounce 又?
Chinese Pinyin: [yòu]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 又
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 又.
Fixed expression: 又是 (again), 又称 (also called),
Collocation: 又一天 (another day), 又一年 (another year), 又一个 (another), 又像 (also look like),
Idioms: 又当别论 (be an exception), 又惊又喜 (be pleasantly surprised), 赔了夫人又折兵 (suffer a double loss),
4. How to use 又 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 又.
Translation: Well, and so what?
4.2 康涅狄格州又称“宪法州”, 地处美国东北部人口集中、经济发达的中心地带,是新英格兰地区最南部的一个州。
Translation: Connecticut, also known as the “Constitution State,” is located in the center of the northeastern United States where population is concentrated and economically developed. It is the southernmost state in New England region.
Translation: And rather than just complain, what else can we do about it?
4.4 看看这些精致小学生, 他们已经用上了SK II, 我不得不说贫穷又一次限制了我的想象力.
Translation: Look at these delicate primary school students, they are using SK II products already, I have to say that poverty has again limited my imagination.
Translation: Bob is great. He’s smart, he’s sophisticated, and he has a real job.
Translation: Of course, anybody who needs a new organ to survive would go through such an ordeal over and over again.
Translation: After a long decline, prices are firming again.
Translation: I rejoined the PLA in 2016.
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