so 的印地语 翻译
You use so to refer back to something that has just been mentioned.ऐसा
'Do you think that made much difference? ' — 'I think so.' If I want to go back home, I can do so at any time.
You use so when you are saying that something which has just been said about one person or thing is also true of another one.उसी तरह, उसी प्रकार
They had a wonderful time and so did I.
You use the structures as...so and just as...so to indicate that two events or situations are similar in a particular way.समान रूप से
Just as society has rules, so do schools.
You use so and so that to introduce the result of the situation you have just mentioned.इसलिए
I was an only child, and so had no experience of large families. There was snow everywhere, so that the shape of things was difficult to see.
You use so, so that, and so as to introduce the reason for doing the thing you have just mentioned.जिससे/ताकि
Come over here so I can see you. I kept my fear to myself so as not to worry my two friends.
You can use so in a conversation or an account when you are checking something, summarizing something, or moving on to a new stage.तो
So you're a footballer? So that's how I knew.
You can use so to emphasize the degree or extent of something.इस हद तक, इतना अधिक
He was so tired that he slept for 15 hours. Her hands were so wet they kept slipping off the wheel.
You can use so to intensify the meaning of an adjective, adverb, or word such as 'much' or 'many'.बहुत, अत्यधिक
John makes me so angry. So many children cannot read or write.
You can use so before words such as 'much' and 'many' to indicate that there is a limit to something.इतना/इतने
There is only so much time in the day for answering letters. Even the greatest city can support only so many lawyers.
You say 'So?' and 'So what?' to indicate that you think that what someone has said is unimportant.[informal]तो/उससे क्या
'My name's Bruno.' — 'So?' 'You take a chance on the weather if you holiday in the UK.' — 'So what?'
11. ever so → see ever
12. so far → see far
13. so long as → see long
14. so much for → see much
15. every so often → see often
You use and so on or and so forth at the end of a list to indicate that there are other items that you could also mention.इत्यादि
...health, education, tax and so on.
You use or so when you are giving an approximate amount.लगभग, के आसपास
They'll be here in the next week or so.
You use the structures not so much and not so much...as to say that something is one kind of thing rather than another kind.उतना नहीं
This is not so much a political battle as an economic one.So, very, and too can all be used to intensify the meaning of an adjective, an adverb, or a word like much or many. However, they are not used in the same way. Very is the simplest intensifier. It has no other meaning beyond that. So can suggest an emotional reaction on the part of the speaker, such as pleasure, surprise, or disappointment. John makes me so angry! Oh thank you so much! So can also refer forward to a result clause introduced by that. The cars moved along so slowly that he arrived three hours late. Too suggests an excessive or undesirable amount, often so much that a particular result does not or cannot happen. She does wear too much make-up at times. He was too late to save her.
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The standard is low for the Commonwealth, so there's no way you're gonna win.RUNNING FROM THE LAW (2001)
I wondered why Jarawa's fate suddenly seemed so important to Christian, when his wife had just died.THE EXECUTION (2002)
Without waiting for a reply, she sat down in Christian's seat and leant towards me so that her knees almost touched mine.THE EXECUTION (2002)
I idly flicked through the pages for half an hour or so then gave up.THE EXECUTION (2002)
极其常用。在柯林斯辞典中， so 是1千个最常用词之一。
英式英语: so /səʊ/ ADVERB
referring to something already mentioned You use so to talk about something without repeating the same words.
If you don't like it, then say so.
- 美式英语: so
- 阿拉伯语: كَذَلِكَ
- 巴西葡萄牙语: isso
- 简体中文: 这样
- 克罗地亚语: tako
- 捷克语: tak
- 丹麦语: sådan
- 荷兰语: zo
- 欧洲西班牙语: tan
- 芬兰语: niin
- 法语: ainsi
- 德语: so
- 希腊语: το
- 意大利语: così
- 日语: そんなに
- 韩语: 그와 같이
- 挪威语: så
- 波兰语: tak
- 欧洲葡萄牙语: isso
- 罗马尼亚语: așa
- 俄语: так
- 西班牙语: también, lo mismo reemplaza clásula, frase, palabra
- 瑞典语: så
- 泰语: เช่นนั้น
- 土耳其语: öylesine
- 乌克兰语: так
- 越南语: đến mức
英式英语: so /səʊ/ CONJUNCTION
You use so and so that to talk about the reason for doing something.
They went outside so that nobody would hear them.
- 美式英语: so
- 阿拉伯语: وَهَكَذَا
- 巴西葡萄牙语: portanto
- 简体中文: 同样
- 克罗地亚语: kako
- 捷克语: aby
- 丹麦语: så
- 荷兰语: zodat
- 欧洲西班牙语: de manera que
- 芬兰语: jotta
- 法语: pour
- 德语: damit
- 希腊语: ώστε
- 意大利语: perciò
- 日语: ･･･するために
- 韩语: 그래서
- 挪威语: slik (at)
- 波兰语: tak
- 欧洲葡萄牙语: portanto
- 罗马尼亚语: astfel încât
- 俄语: поэтому
- 西班牙语: de manera que
- 瑞典语: så
- 泰语: เพื่อว่า
- 土耳其语: öyle ki
- 乌克兰语: щоб
- 越南语: vì vậy
英式英语: so /səʊ/ ADVERB
very You can use so in front of adjectives and adverbs to make them stronger.
They're friends, but they seem so different!
so 的翻译—— 柯林斯 英语印地语词典