暗访 (Chinese PinYin: [àn fǎng]; traditional Chinese: 暗訪) may mean: (1) noun. Unannounced visit; (2) verb. Investigate secretly; (3) noun. Secret inquiry. It can be used in formal and informal Mandarin Chinese. Some common phrases and expressions are: 暗访记者 (reporters for secret investigation), 新闻暗访 (secret news report), 暗访民情 (make secret inquires into the condition of the people), 明察暗访 (conduct a thorough investigation), 明查暗访 (investigate publicly and privately).
Literally: 暗 (hidden) + 访 (visit)
1. How to pronounce 暗访?
Chinese Pinyin: [àn fǎng]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 暗访
Synonyms: 卧底, 暗中调查,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 暗访
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 暗访记者 (reporters for secret investigation), 新闻暗访 (secret news report), 暗访民情 (make secret inquires into the condition of the people),
Idioms: 明察暗访 (conduct a thorough investigation), 明查暗访 (investigate publicly and privately),
4. How to use 暗访 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 暗访.
Translation: Reporters then unannounced visits to some sites found that most of the public to report true.
Translation: Some malpractices, and evils can not be found by clear observation, so we had to investigate secretly.
4.3 我们不应草率下结论， 还是先暗访一下吧。
Translation: We should not jump to conclusions. Let’s investigate secretly.
Translation: Recently there are more and more news offices and reporters accused of infringing rights because of secret news inquiries.
Translation: This led us to secretly investigate other platforms.
Translation: We opted for secret inquiries, where overt ones would have been for more productive.
4.7 这条禁令在此列表上是最新的。 在一个动物权益保护协会的一些玻利维亚成员进行暗访后，这条禁令声势加强。
Translation: This is the most recent ban on the list and gained momentum after members of the Bolivian wing of an animal rights group went undercover.
Translation: “Secret News Inquiries” means the way in which reporters collect information secretly without opening their identities, which for the most part is used to criticize and expose something evil.
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