尼特族 (Chinese PinYin: [ní tè zú]; traditional Chinese:尼特族) may mean: (1) noun. the NEET; (2) noun. phenomena of social withdrawal. A NEET or neet is a young person who is “Not in Education, Employment, or Training”. The NEET rate in China is believed to be around 12% according to the The Global Youth Wellbeing Index. The phenomena of NEET have attracted global attention in recent years.
1. How to pronounce 尼特族?
Chinese Pinyin: [ní tè zú]
Pronunciation examples: Please click to play the below audio.
Audio source: created by Baidu Voice
2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 尼特族.
Synonyms: 虚无宅, 双失青年, 啃老族,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 尼特族
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 尼特族青年 (NEET youth), 尼特族现象 (NEET phenomena), 一名尼特族 (a NEET),
4. How to use 尼特族 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 尼特族.
Translation: A NEET or neet is a young person who is “Not in Education, Employment, or Training”.
Translation: Unfortunately, I’m a NEET because of social anxiety and low self esteem.
Translation: The phenomena of NEET (social withdrawal) have attracted global attention in recent years.
Translation: NEET youth showed multiple psychosocial risk factors.
4.5 一项研究表明，在英格兰, 有比预想的更多的青少年是尼特族，而且持续的时间比以前想象的时间更长。
Translation: More teenagers in England may be out of education, training or work (Neet) and for longer periods than previously thought, a study has suggested.
Translation: The NEET problem is also a jobs problem.
Translation: Young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) are committed to working but vulnerable to experiencing mental health problems, according to a new study by researchers from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King’s College London, Duke University.
Translation: The last economic crisis has intensified the phenomenon of people being not in education, employment or training (NEET).
5. Stroke Order
Stroke order images provided by Wikimedia stroke order project