Search results for ‘often’
English to Chinese Dictionary (1-1 of 1)
Chinese to English Dictionary (1-5 of 353)
again and again
big; large; great
general; main; major
used before a time word, etc. to show emphasis
greatly; fully; heavily
in a big way; on a large scale; with all-out efforts; vigorously
father's brother; uncle
[used behind 不(bù)] not very, not often
added to a verb or adjective to indicate a continued action or state
in sentences beginning with a place word, added to the verb to indicate a resultant state, the verb plus 着 having the force of 'there is'
verb plus 着 placed before another verb, indicating an accompanying action or state
in imperative sentences, used after verbs or adjectives for emphasis, often with 点儿 added
to end; to terminate; to finish; to conclude; to close; to wind up
(often used in the early vernacular) to dress up
end; ending; conclusion; termination
(often used correlatively with 但是, 可是, etc.) though; although; even though; even if
Macmillan Dictionary - Simpler Definitions (1-1 of 1)
- 1. on many occasions, or in many situations
- 2. used for talking about how many times something happens in a particular period of time
Examples (1-5 of 640)
When he speaks, he is often funny, engaging and jagged. Jordan, for all his charm, often spoke in sanitized sound bites, like the polished business executive he's since become.
The true cost often differs from that which is first projected.
She is often angry at her son because his performance in school is always below average.
Different species of snakes can often be distinguished by their characteristic color patterns.
My husband is a researcher and often spends long periods out of town.
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