于 (Chinese PinYin: [yú]; traditional Chinese:於) may mean: (1) pre. at; (2) pre. indicating the object of an action; (3) pre. from; (4) pre. by; (5) pre. than; (6) suffix. with regard to. It is one of the most frequently used Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 由于 (because of), 至于 (regarding), 于是 (so), 便于 (be convenient for), 不至于 (be unlikely), 对于 (with regard to), 等于 (be equal to), 多于 (more than), 甚至于 (even to the extent that).
1. How to pronounce 于?
Chinese Pinyin: [yú]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 于
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 于.
Fixed expression: 由于 (because of), 至于 (regarding), 于是 (so), 便于 (be convenient for), 不至于 (be unlikely), 对于 (with regard to), 等于 (be equal to), 多于 (more than), 甚至于 (even to the extent that),
Collocation: 满足于现状 (be content with the status quo), 毕业于 (be graduated from), 死于 (die of),
Idioms: 于事无补 (be of no use in terms of making things better), 于心不安 (feel uneasy about sth.), 于心无愧 (without feeling guilty), 于心有愧 (feel guilty), 安于现状 (be content with the status quo), 耿耿于怀 (take sth. to heart), 供过于求 (supply exceeds demand),
4. How to use 于 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 于.
Translation: The Canton Fair opened yesterday.
Translation: I was born in Shanghai.
Translation: Being content with the status quo is not a bad thing.
Translation: Jack Ma was graduated from Hangzhou Normal University.
Translation: His grandfather died of a traffic accident.
Translation: That would be more than I have expected.
Translation: I would rather remain poor than earning money by dishonest means.
Translation: Founded in 1897, Bank of Hawaii is the largest independent financial institution in Hawaii.
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