自己 (Chinese PinYin: [zì jǐ]; traditional Chinese:自己) may mean: (1) pronoun. oneself; (2) pronoun. one’s own. It is an everyday vocabulary and can be used in both formal and informal Mandarin Chinese. Some example phrases and expressions are: 自己人 (one of us; people on one’s own side), 自己的事 (one’s own business), 自己的 (one’s own), 自己的地位 (one’s social status), 自己家里 (one’s own family), 自己兄弟 (one’s own brothers).
1. How to pronounce 自己?
Chinese Pinyin: [zì jǐ]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 自己
Synonyms: 本身, 我方, 己方, 本人, 自身, 自家,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 自己.
Fixed expression: 自己人 (one of us; people on one’s own side),
Collocation: 自己的事 (one’s own business), 自己的 (one’s own), 自己的地位 (one’s social status), 自己家里 (one’s own family), 自己兄弟 (one’s own brothers),
4. How to use 自己 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 自己.
Translation: My elder brother never talk about himself.
Translation: You know yourself better than I do.
Translation: The phrase diaosi meaning ‘loser’ is used by young Chinese to poke fun at their own low status.
Translation: Welcome to the Maker Movement, an evolution of millions of people who are taking big risks to start their own small businesses dedicated to creating and selling self-made products.
Translation: Many Chinese youngsters quickly label themselves as Buddha-like youth.
Translation: A concern for many homeowners is the possibility that someone else might find a way to attack these smart home devices.
Translation: She admits to be an “otaku”.
Translation: Most singles think they have not encountered their ideal partner yet.
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