着 (Chinese PinYin: [zhe]; traditional Chinese:著) may mean: (1) aux. used after a verb or an adjective to indicate the continuation of an action or a state: 谈着话 (be talking); (2) aux. used between two verbs to indicate an accompanying action or state: 走着去 (go by walking); (3) aux. used for emphasis after verbs or adjectives in imperative sentences: 仔细的看着 (watch closely). It is a high frequency word and can be used in both formal and informal Mandarin Chinese.
1. How to pronounce 着?
Chinese Pinyin: [zhe]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 着
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 着.
Fixed expression: 走着瞧 (wait and see), 意味着 (mean), 随着 (along with),
Collocation: 谈着话 (be talking), 走着去 (go by walking), 仔细的看着 (watch closely), 注视着 (staring at sth),
Idioms: 哭丧着脸 (put on a long face),
4. How to use 着 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 着.
Translation: Young, good-looking male actors are dominating Chinese screens.
Translation: He spent an hour staring at the melting ice that dripped from his refrigerator, and then went next door to complain to his neighbor.
Translation: To live in the moment means being present, conscious and aware of the present with all of your senses.
Translation: The man with headphones is receiving a manicure.
Translation: The world’s longest steel sea bridge is closer to opening, as surfacing of the main section is completed.
English: In a courtyard down the hill, my father is doing weaving using bamboo.
Translation: Names from this year’s Super Bowl took over Twitter and Facebook in the United States from Sunday evening into Monday.
Translation: Su Dongpo’s poetry is featured by “elegance” characters.
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