知道 (zhi dao): translation, meaning, pronunciation, examples

By | April 9, 2018

知道 (Chinese PinYin: [zhī dào]; traditional Chinese:知道) may mean: (1) verb. know; (2) verb. realize; (3) verb. be aware of. Literally: 知 (know) + 道 (skills; rules). It is an everyday vocabulary used in both spoken and written Mandarin Chinese. Some example phrases and expressions are: 不知道 (don’t know), 天知道 (God knows), 知道了 (got it), 都知道 (all know that).

1. How to pronounce 知道?

Chinese Pinyin: [zhī dào]

Pronunciation examples: Please click to play the below audio.

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Audio source: created by Baidu Voice

2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 知道

Synonyms: 晓得, 了解, 知晓, 认识, 分明, 理解, 领会, 明晰, 明白, 清楚, 懂得, 明了,

Antonyms: 不懂, 不知

3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 知道 .

Fixed expression: 不知道 (don’t know), 百度知道 (a search-based interactive sharing platform that engages in answering questions submitted by internet users),

Collocation: 天知道 (God knows), 知道了 (got it), 都知道 (all know that), 早知道 (should’ve known), 明明知道 (know that), 只知道 (just know that), 知道很多 (know a lot),

Idioms: N/A

Terminologies: N/A

4. How to use 知道 in a sentence?

Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 知道.

4.1 相信我,他经常犯错,只是你们不知道罢了。

Translation: Believe me, he often made mistakes, but you never know.

4.2 如果你是一个品牌商, 想在中国在找一个有影响的合作伙伴, 那么很有必要知道网红和博客主的区别

Translation: If you are a brand looking to work with an influencer in China, it’s important to know the difference between Internet celebrities (Wang Hong) and bloggers.

4.3 我知道你在卖萌。

Translation: I know you’re acting cute.

4.4 我不知道如何给一个宝宝把尿.

Translation: I don’t know how to make a baby pee.

4.5 这家公司的所有人都知道他在试图巴结董事会。

Translation: Everyone in this company knows that he is trying to curry favor with the board of the directors.

4.6 如果你不知道其中的奥妙,那就很吸引人。

Translation: If you don’t know how they’re doing it, that’s very fascinating and intriguing.

4.7 让你的孩子知道你以他们为傲。

Translation: Let your kids know you are proud of them.

4.8 我不知道穷人们是怎样熬过那些酷暑的。

Translation: I don’t know how poor people got through those hot summers

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