China Orb, online Chinese to English dictionary with nearly 1 million entries and plenty of excellent examples. The pin yin and pronunciation sound of Chinese wrods are provided. China Orb includes a lot of Chinese professional terms in many industries such as Medicine, Chemistry, Mechanism, Electricity, Computer, Economy, Law, Architecture. If you can not find satisfying translation elsewhere,try China Orb Chinese to English dictionary.

China Orb, online English to Chinese dictionary with more than 1 million entries and plenty of excellent examples. China Orb includes a lot of English professional terms in many industries such as Medicine, Chemistry, Mechanism, Electricity, Computer, Economy, Law, Architecture. If you can not find satisfying translation elsewhere,try China Orb English to Chinese dictionary.

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Related words 法律用语 公文用语 惯用语 惯用语法 时髦用语 新闻用语 引用语 用语索引 
Pin Yin
yong4 yu3
English
  • syntax
  • user of words
  • [Law] parlance; technicality
Examples:
1. 圣经用语索引
A concordance to [of] the Bible
2. 随着我们逐步了解彼此工作的精华,彼此可以共同发展献给用户的交互用语。 利用现有作品我们避免了重蹈覆辙,集中精力解决新的问题。
As we all become aware of the best parts of each other’s work, we can collectively advance the interaction idioms we provide to our users, and by leveraging existing work, we can focus our efforts on solving new problems, rather than reinventing the wheel.
3. 颂主之名〔基督教祈祷用语〕。
Bless the name of the Lord.
4. 本处通用英语〔商店告白等〕用语
English spoken here.
5. 他往火里添加燃料(地方性用语)。
He mended the fire.(regional use)
6. 严禁擅自进入(告示用语).
No trespassing, ie as a warning sign.
7. 我们的语言充满成语和习惯用语,如果没有学过,你不会明白它是什么意思。
Our language is filled with idioms that, if you haven’t been taught them, make no sense.
8. 比如,我们不使用缰绳或者舵柄来控制汽车。 虽然这二者都在汽车时代的早期曾经使用过,而我们花了很多年才发展出合适的汽车操纵用语
We don’t use reins to steer our cars, or a tiller, although both of these were tried in the early days of autos. It took many years to develop a steering idiom that was appropriate for the car.
9. 我们明白习惯用语的意思只是因为已经学过,它很独特。 而不是因为我们理解它的字面意思,或者头脑中下意识地联想到什么。
We understand the idiom simply because we have learned it and because it is distinctive, not because we understand it or because it makes subliminal connections in our minds.
10. 是的,我们都可以迅速地记住和使用这些习惯用语,我们这样做时几乎都是下意识的。
Yet, we are all capable of rapidly memorizing and using such idioms: We do so almost without realizing it.