只 (Chinese PinYin: [zhī]; traditional Chinese:只) may mean: (1) adj. single; (2) measure word for certain animals or items. It is one of the most common Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 只身 (oneself), 只身前往 (go by oneself), 一只 (a), 一只鸡 (a chicken), 两只船 (two boats).
1. How to pronounce 只?
Chinese Pinyin: [zhī]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 只
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 只.
Fixed expression: 只身 (oneself),
Collocation: 只身前往 (go by oneself), 一只 (a), 一只鸡 (a chicken), 两只船 (two boats), 只字 (a few isolated words), 三只脚 (three feet), 两只手 (two hands), 每只 (every), 只身在外 (be all alone away from home), 这只 (this), 一只袜子 (a sock),
Idioms: 只言片语 (a few isolated words and phrases), 孤身只影 (alone), 只字不提 (not say a single word about sth.),
4. How to use 只 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 只.
Translation: She’s given an insect to one of her nestlings, but now this black-capped vireo mother has two more hungry mouths to feed.
Translation: You can actually hear the one-year old pooch whimpering during the entire rescue process.
Translation: The measuring cup is graduated in ounces.
Translation: Hercules is an English Mastiff and has a 38 inch neck and weighs 292 pounds.
Translation: If I were a cat, I won’t need to be sad about lost in love, without crying secretly in the corner alone.
Translation: Nazi officials recruited so-called educated dogs from all over Germany and trained them to tap out secret signals using their paws.
Translation: A worn sock and a bottle of fermenting yeast could provide a cheap and effective trap for mosquitoes, according to a study.
Translation: The little puppy is the guardian of the nunnery’s vegetable garden.
5. Stroke Order
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