些 (Chinese PinYin: [xiē]; traditional Chinese: 些) may mean: (1) measure word. a few, used before nouns to indicate an indefinite amount, e.g. 一些食物 (some food); (2) measure word. a little, used after adjectives or verbs to indicate a very small amount, to a small degree, e.g. 有些懒 (be a bit lazy). It is one of the most frequently used Chinese words that will occur often in everyday use. Some example phrases and expressions are: 这些 (these, this), 些许 (a little, some), 一些 (some), 有些人 (some people).
1. How to pronounce 些?
Chinese Pinyin: [xiē]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 些
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 些.
Fixed expression: 这些 (these), 那些 (those), 一些 (some), 有些 (a bit), 某些 (some), 晚些 (a bit later), 些许 (a little),
Collocation: 好些个 (some), 有些人 (some people),
4. How to use 些 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 些.
Translation: Are these luggages all yours?
Translation: Some people are born genius.
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Translation: Make some contingency plans, and you won’t be too passive when crisis break out.
Translation: These gifts are all for you.
Translation: I may come a little bit later.
Translation: Let’s deal with these problems.
Translation: He remained silent for some days.
Translation: He knows with some local politicians.
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