Use this resource to quickly look up Chinese antonyms. With just a few clicks, you'll be able to find the opposite of any word in Chinese. This is a valuable tool for language students, as well as for anyone who needs to communicate in Chinese professionally. Whether you're looking for a quick way to find the right word in a Chinese dictionary, or you need to know the antonym of a particular word for a business meeting, this language resource will help you get the job done quickly and efficiently.
Enter your traditional or simplified Chinese word in the box and press "search" and you'll be given the pinyin and the character as a link. Click the character and it will lead you to the antonyms for that word. The antonyms (opposite) of that word in Chinese will appear below. You can then see the traditional Chinese or look up the stroke order of the antonym.
If you look up 长(cháng) meaning long, it will lead you to 短 (duǎn) meaning short.
And if you search for 饿 (è) meaning hungry you'll see that the antonym is 饱 (bǎo) meaning full.
This converter also works for longer phrases and chengyu - four character Chinese idioms, some of which it can find other chengyu as an antonym. This is helpful if you want to find the opposite of a chengyu, or for when you want to know what another phrase might mean.
An example in chengyu is:
凶多吉少 (xiōng duō jí shǎo) will lead you to 吉星高照 (jí xīng gāo zhào)
It is often easier to remember words or phrases in sets or pairs (long and short, hungry and full). With this resource learners can look up antonyms (opposites) for a range of adjectives, verbs and nouns. This resource provides a database of antonyms for a variety of words in different categories. It is an invaluable tool for learners who want to improve their vocabulary and increase their understanding of word meanings. The resource is also useful for those who want to build up their knowledge of Chinese antonyms in order to prepare for exams like the HSK.