比心 (also 单手比心; Chinese PinYin: [bǐ xīn]; traditional Chinese:比心) may mean: (1) verb. make a heart with one’s hands; (2) make a finger heart, a gesture created by crossing the thumb and index finger; (3) finger heart gesture; (4) a social app. Literally: 比 (to gesture) + 心 (heart). It is a popular network buzzword, people make a heart shape to express their love or affection.
1. How to pronounce 比心?
Chinese Pinyin: [bǐ xīn]
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Make a finger heart
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 比心
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 比心
Fixed expression: 单手比心 (make a heart with a single hand),
Collocation: 胸部比心挑战 (Heart-shaped Boob Challenge),
4. How to use 比心 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 比心.
Translation: Fingers Hearts is a gesture created by crossing the thumb and index finger.
Translation: Who is the original inventor of the finger heart gesture?
Translation: More and more people will add the word “finger heart” at the end of a sentence, which brings a sense of cheerfulness and cuteness.
Translation: This is the new legendary challenge, so called “Heart-shaped Boob”.
Translation: The “Heart-shaped Boob” challenge is so low!
Translation: A NEW internet craze is sweeping the web and it sees women holding their breasts in the shape of heart and posting pictures of it online.
4.7 “乳房比心”是最新的, 可笑的, 奇怪的流行趋势。
Translation: ‘Heart Shaped Breast’ is the latest ridiculously bizarre trend.
4.8 中国互联网网友提出了一个新的，挑逗性的挑战，即桃心胸挑战 (乳房比心).
Translation: The Chinese internet comes up with a new and titillating “challenge”, the “Heart-shaped Boob Challenge”.
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