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Pronunciation : bìng
Meaning :
  1. combine; merge. (v)
  2. stand or place side by side. (v)
  3. side by side; equally. (adv)
  4. simultaneously. (adv)
  5. (used to reinforce a negative) actually; definitely. (adv)
  6. and; besides. (conjunction)
Radical :
Strokes : 6
Traditional : 並;併 ( Stroke Order 1 ; Stroke Order 2 )
Usage : 51.5%
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
并肩
bìng jiān
: side by side; shoulder to shoulder
2.
并且
bìng qiě
: and; further more
3.
并行
bìng xíng
: walk parallel
4.
并用
bìng yòng
: use…simultaneously
5.
并非
bìnɡ fēi
: to not be
6.
合并
hé bìng
: merge
Sentences:
1. Merge two departments into one.
liǎng mén bìng chéng
: used to shift the object to before the verb, which must be accompanied by some other expression.
: two
: measure word
部门 : department
: merge
: become
: one
2. We were walking side by side on the bridge.
men bìng jiān zài qiáo shàng zǒu zhe
我们 : we
并肩 : side by side; shoulder to shoulder
: at
: bridge
: on
: walk
: added to a verb or adjective to indicate a continued action or state
3. Humans can use the left and right sides of their brains simultaneously.
rén lèi néng zuǒ yòu nǎo bìng yòng
人类 : human
: can
: left
: right
: brain
: simultaneously
: use
4. Personally I see no objection to your doing so.
rén bìng fǎn duì zhè yàng zuò
: I
个人 : personally
: actually
: not
反对 : oppose; be against
: you
这样 : like this
: do
5. This book is sound in content and lively in style.
zhè běn shū nèi róng hǎo bìng qiě xiě de hěn shēng dòng
: this
: measure word
: book
内容 : content
: good
并且 : and; further more
: write
: (particle) used to link a verb or an adjective to a complement which describes the manner or degree
: very
生动 : lively
6. He can speak French, and he is studying Spanish at the moment.
huì shuō bìng zài xué bān
西
: he
: know; can
: speak
法语 : French
: and
: in process of; right now
学习 : learn
西班牙语 : Spanish
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