把尿 (Chinese PinYin: [bǎ niào]; traditional Chinese: 把尿) may mean: (1) verb. to help sb pee; (2) verb. help a small child urinate by holding his / her legs apart; (3) verb. to encourage a baby to pee. Literally: 把 (hold) + 尿 (urine). Parents help or encourage infants to pee regularly to help their kids gradually stop using diapers. Some example phrases and expressions are: 把屎把尿 (encourage infants to pee and poop), 给…把尿 (help sb pee), 把尿的习惯 (the tradition of helping an infant to pee).
1. How to pronounce 把尿?
Chinese Pinyin: [bǎ niào]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 把尿
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 把尿
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 把屎把尿 (encourage infants to pee and poop), 给…把尿 (help sb pee), 把尿的习惯 (the tradition of helping an infant to pee),
4. How to use 把尿 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 把尿.
Translation: There is now a technique to make baby pee on demand.
Translation: She is trying to get her baby son to pee on demand.
4.3 喂奶25分钟后, 你可以尝试给你宝宝把尿
Translation: 25 minutes following each feed, you can try to get your baby to pee.
Translation: Getting an infant to pee is not difficult.
Translation: Getting an infant to pee requires patience and practices.
4.6 给宝宝把尿的一个普遍问题是: 宝宝是否尿的过于频繁了.
Translation: A common question in getting a baby to pee is whether a baby is peeing too often.
Translation: I don’t know how to make a baby pee.
Translation: Babies’ bladders don’t leak easily, therefore encouraging them to pee is necessary.
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