English translation of '同情'
⇒ 表示同情(biǎoshì tóngqíng)
⇒ 我们同情那些受害者。(Wǒmen tóngqíng nàxiē shòuhàizhě.)
We sympathize with the victims.
⇒ 我们对遇难者家属表示同情。(Wǒmen duì yùnànzhě jiāshǔ biǎoshì tóngqíng.)
We expressed our sympathies to the families of the deceased.
'同情' in Other Languages
British English: sympathize /ˈsɪmpəˌθaɪz/ VERB
If you sympathize with someone who has had a misfortune, you show that you are sorry for them.
Anyone who has had a similar experience will sympathize with her.
- American English: sympathize
- Arabic: يَتَعَاطَفُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: compadecer-se
- Chinese: 同情
- Croatian: suosjećati
- Czech: mít porozumění
- Danish: vise forståelse for
- Dutch: sympathiseren
- European Spanish: compadecer
- Finnish: tuntea sympatiaa
- French: plaindre
- German: mitfühlen
- Greek: συμμερίζομαι
- Italian: simpatizzare
- Japanese: 同情する
- Korean: 동정하다
- Norwegian: ha medfølelse med
- Polish: współczuć
- European Portuguese: compadecer-se
- Romanian: a simpatiza cu
- Russian: сочувствовать
- Spanish: simpatizar
- Swedish: sympatisera
- Thai: เห็นใจ
- Turkish: halden anlamak
- Ukrainian: співчувати
- Vietnamese: thông cảm
British English: compassion NOUN
Compassion is a feeling of pity, sympathy, and understanding for someone who is suffering.
Elderly people need time and compassion from their physicians.
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