万儿 (Chinese PinYin: [wàn er]; traditional Chinese:萬兒) may mean: (1) slang. one’s formal personal name; (2) slang. nickname; (3) noun. A character in the Dream of the Red Chamber, a famous Chinese novel by Cao Xueqin; (4) noun. A Chinese female nickname. It is a low-frequency word (probably no longer used in nowadays) and used mostly in gongfu stories. Some example phrases and expressions are: 留个万儿 (leave your name), 道个万儿吧 (give me your nickname).
1. How to pronounce 万儿?
Chinese Pinyin: [wàn er]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 万儿
Synonyms: 名号, 大名, 名号, 绰号
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 万儿
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 留个万儿 (leave your name), 道个万儿吧 (give me your nickname),
4. How to use 万儿 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 万儿.
Translation: My name is dirty cat, formal name, no.
Translation: Leave your name.
Translation: Buddy, give me your nickname.
Translation: Is it your nickname?
4.5 这是他的万儿, 别人都这么称呼他
Translation: It was a nickname they used to address him.
Translation: Acquittal earned him the nickname ‘the Teflon Don’.
4.7 54岁的穆罕默德, 他广为人知的万儿是Farmajo。
Translation: The 54 year-old Mohamed is widely known by the nickname Farmajo.
4.8 对比我的真名, 他们更认识我的万儿
Translation: They know my nickname more than my real name.
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