哀告 (ai gao): meaning, pronunciation, examples, strokes

1. What does 哀告 mean in English?

哀告 (Chinese PinYin: āi gào) is a mandarin Chinese noun or verb describing an action of begging, supplicating or pleading. It is a polysemous word, it can mean (1) to pray for; (2) to cry on; (3) to beg for help from someone; (4) to make an emotional appeal.

Literally: 哀 (sorrow) + 告 (to inform)

2. How to pronounce 哀告 ?

Chinese Pinyin: [āi gào]

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3. Synonyms And Antonyms of 哀告

Synonyms (同义词): 哀求 央告 恳求 苦求 乞求 乞请 请求

Antonyms (反义词): 命令 (command)

4. What are the fixed expression, collocations and idioms that contains 哀告

Fixed expression (固定搭配): 乞哀告怜 (beg for mercy)

Collocations (词语连用): 恳求哀告, 四处哀告

Idioms (成语): (None)

5. How to use 哀告 in a sentence?

Below are some example sentences containing 哀告.

5.1 哀告意思是苦苦恳求

English: Pleading means to make an emotional appeal.

5.2 孙悟空头痛难忍,连忙哀告。

English: The Monkey King cannot sustain the pain, he immediately surrendered.

5.3 他向我哀告

English: He cried out to me.

5.4 我发声哀告耶和华

English: I lift up my voice to the Lord for mercy.

5.5 哀告有什么用.

English: Pleading does not change anything.

5.6 他四处哀告, 请求帮助.

English: He begged for help from everyone he knew.

5.7 她脸上恳求的表情。

English: The pleading expression is on her face.

5.8 她不理会他的哀告

English: She ignored his appeal.

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