则 (Chinese PinYin: [zé]; traditional Chinese: 則) may mean: (1) noun. rule, e.g. 准则 (norm); (2) noun. standard, e.g. 以身作则 (lead by example); (3) measure word. item, e.g. 一则新闻报道 (a news report); (4) conjunction. used to indicate cause and effect, condition, and so on; (5) aux. used to list reasons, preceded by 一，二 or 三. It is one of the most common Chinese characters and more likely to be used in formal and written Mandarin Chinese.
1. How to pronounce 则?
Chinese Pinyin: [zé]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 则
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 则.
Fixed expression: 规则 (rule), 法则 (rule; law), 细则 (details), 准则 (norm), 否则 (or else), 原则 (principle),
Collocation: 行为准则 (code of conduct), 一则新闻报道 (a news report),
Idioms: 以身作则 (lead by example), 不进则退 (move forward, or you’ll fall behind), 水至清则无鱼 (it is best not to criticize other people too much, or you’ll end up with no friends at all), 欲速则不达 (more haste, less speed),
4. How to use 则 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 则.
Translation: You will be fined 200 yuan if you run a red light.
Translation: She shared this good news with all her friends on WeChat.
Translation: Birth, old age, sickness and death is the law of all life.
Translation: We do need a code of conduct to guide investment in our country.
4.5 把它从地图上找出来, 否则我们就是在浪费时间而已.
Translation: Look it out in the map, or else we are wasting time here.
Translation: Subculture is a group of people within a culture that differentiates itself from the parent culture to which it belongs, often maintaining some of its founding principles.
Translation: Now, go break some rules, or argue with the writers you read.
Translation: Ofo, a three-year old dockless bike sharing company, had raised over $1.2 billion USD, and Mobike, which pulled more than $900 million in venture capital.
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