暗道 (Chinese PinYin: [àn dào]; traditional Chinese: 暗道) may mean: (1) noun. Secret passage; (2) noun. Hidden tunnel; (3) noun. Blind pass; (4) noun. Dark channel. It can be used in both spoken and written Mandarin Chinese. Some common phrases and expressions are: 暗道机关 (secret tunnels and traps), 建造暗道 (build secret passage), 地下暗道 (underground secret passage).
Literally: 暗 (hidden) + 道 (pathway)
1. How to pronounce 暗道?
Chinese Pinyin: [àn dào]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 暗道
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 暗道
Fixed expression: 暗道机关 (secret tunnels and traps),
Collocation: 建造暗道 (build secret passage), 地下暗道 (underground secret passage),
4. How to use 暗道 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 暗道.
Translation: We elaborately deceived neighbor children into thinking that my house was riddled with secret passages.
Translation: Karez are generally consisting of hidden channel, open channel, shaft, and waterlogging dam.
Translation: In the Heshan tower, there are wells, stone roller, grinder and secret channel to get out of city, which can be used in defense.
Translation: He had tunnels and runways all over Mr. Zuckerman’s farm and could get from one place to another without being seen.
Translation: But we have been very patient and now as the world economy is moving to the east, we have finally seen the light at the end of the dark tunnel.
Translation: Rumors have it that secret tunnels lead out of this castle, but we haven’t found any.
Translation: Many castles had posterns-secret ways of getting in and out of the castle without being seen by the enemy.
Translation: Sitting in school, I would long for a secret tunnel under my desk through which I could slip into the cool basement and out to freedom.
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