指出 (Chinese PinYin: [zhǐ chū]; traditional Chinese:指出) may mean: (1) verb. point out. Literally: 指 (point) + 出 (out). It is a neutral medium-frequency word used often in formal communication. Some example phrases and expressions are: 指出错误 (pointed out an error), 指出问题 (point out the problems), 指出缺点 (point out the shortcoming).
1. How to pronounce 指出?
Chinese Pinyin: [zhǐ chū]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 指出
Synonyms: 指明, 阐述,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 指出.
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 指出错误 (pointed out an error), 指出问题 (point out the problems), 指出缺点 (point out the shortcoming), 指出不足 (point out the shortage), 会议指出 (the meeting points out that), 报告指出 (the report points out that), 明确指出 (point out clearly that),
4. How to use 指出 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 指出.
Translation: He pointed out the mistake of the teacher without hesitation.
Translation: Also, the researchers point out that they need to study more samples.
Translation: We will point out some of the major problems during presentation.
Translation: The lawyer pointed out that the evidence is circumstantial.
Translation: In 1955, as comrade Mao Zedong noted in the preface of the Socialist Climax in the Chinese Countryside: “Politics is the lifeline of economy.”
Translation: The article points out the role of psychological trace of the criminal in cracking the case.
Translation: All the participants were secretly videotaped during the conversation then, afterwards, asked to point out their own lies.
4.8 他指出人类兼有黑猩猩和倭黑猩猩的特点，那就是更具侵略性 ，更专横跋扈
Translation: He said humans have characteristics from both the bonobo and chimpanzee, which is more aggressive and domineering.
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