1. What does 碍眼 mean in English?
碍眼 (Chinese PinYin: [ài yǎn]; traditional Chinese: 礙眼) may means (1) be in the way, interruptive; (2) be an eyesore; (3) be a hindrance or inconvenience; (4) be disgusting or offensive. It can be used as an adjective in formal and informal expressions. Some often used phrases include: 太碍眼 (very obstructive or offensive), 碍眼的 (be an eyesore).
Literally: 碍(hinder) + 眼(eyes)
2. How to pronounce 碍眼?
Chinese Pinyin: [ài yǎn]
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3. Synonyms And Antonyms of 碍眼
Synonyms: 妨碍, 碍事, 阻碍, 阻扰,
Antonyms: 促进, 无碍, 顺眼,
4. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 碍眼
Collocation: 太碍眼 (be very obstructive or interruptive), 碍眼的 (be offensive)
5. How to use 碍眼 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences containing 碍眼.
Translation: Your standing here is interruptive.
Translation: The pack of garbage in front of the door is a hindrance.
5.3 把这个放到另外一个房间, 太碍眼了
Translation: Put this in the other room, it is too inconvenient.
5.4 景区的那个工厂实在碍眼, 也影响工程进度了.
Translation: That factory in the landscape is extremely disgusting, it is also delaying the progress of the project.
5.5 项目经理只是一帮碍眼的人, 成天想着从产品经理的手里夺走这个项目
Translation: Project managers just get in the way and try to take control of the project away from the product manager.
Translation: Throw away those items that are only a hindrance.
Translation: The broken window was an eye-sore to the neighbors.
Translation: The new factory is really an excrescence on the landscape.
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