做 (Chinese PinYin: [zuò]; traditional Chinese:做) may mean: (1) verb. do: 做家务 (do housework); (2) verb. make: 做一个玩具 (make a toy); (3) verb. write: 做文章 (write an essay); (4) verb. hold: 做寿 (hold a birthday party); (5) verb. be; become: 做个好人 (be a nice person); (6) verb. pretend: 做作 (be pretentious). It is one of the most common Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 做饭 (cook), 做学问 (do research), 做主 (take the responsibility for a decision), 做东 (play the host), 做账 (bookkeeping), 做功课 (do homework), 做戏 (put on a play), 做头发 (do one’s hair).
1. How to pronounce 做?
Chinese Pinyin: [zuò]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 做
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 做.
Fixed expression: 做饭 (cook), 做学问 (do research), 做主 (take the responsibility for a decision), 做东 (play the host), 做账 (bookkeeping), 做功课 (do homework), 做戏 (put on a play), 做头发 (do one’s hair), 做手脚 (use underhand methods), 做工 (workmanship), 做假 (falsify), 做媒 (be a matchmaker),
Collocation: 做比较 (make comparison), 做好准备 (be well prepared), 做买卖 (engage in trade),
Idioms: 假戏真做 (what was make-believe turns out to be reality), 白日做梦 (daydream), 好吃懒做 (be gluttonous and lazy), 做贼心虚 (he that commits a fault thinks every one speaks of it), 装模做样 (put on an act), 小题大做 (make a mountain out of a molehill), 说到做到 (live up to one’s word),
Terminologies: 做空 (sell short),
4. How to use 做 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 做.
Translation: Alibaba is a Chinese e-commerce company often compared to Amazon for its size and business model.
Translation: Let them do their job.
Translation: We are all preparing for the fight and ready to face IS from all sides.
Translation: I told Mr. Li, “You know damn well we wouldn’t do that.
Translation: You can also do extraordinary things.
Translation: I like to make a deal with you.
Translation: He lives up to his words.
Translation: Massive-practices tactic is the act of doing a massive amount of practice in order to complete a certain task (usually an exam or test).
5. Stroke Order
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