The Chinese word 批评 means criticism or critique. It is commonly used to express the act of providing feedback or expressing disapproval towards something or someone. In Chinese culture, constructive criticism is often seen as a way to help others improve and grow. 批评 can be used in various contexts, such as in the workplace, in education, or in personal relationships.
Verb: to criticize
|他的老板经常批评他的工作||tā de lǎobǎn jīngcháng pīpíng tā de gōngzuò||His boss often criticizes his work|
|我们需要对这个计划进行批评并提出改进意见||wǒmen xūyào duì zhège jìhuà jìnxíng pīpíng bìng tíchū gǎijìn yìjiàn||We need to criticize this plan and offer suggestions for improvement|
|她的演讲受到了批评，因为她没有提供足够的证据||tā de yǎnjiǎng shòudàole pīpíng, yīnwèi tā méiyǒu tígōng zúgòu de zhèngjù||Her speech was criticized because she didn’t provide enough evidence|
|学生们对老师的批评感到不公平||xuéshēngmen duì lǎoshī de pīpíng gǎndào bù gōngfèi||The students felt that the teacher’s criticism was unfair|
|我们应该尊重别人的意见，而不是批评他们||wǒmen yīnggāi zūnzhòng biérén de yìjiàn, ér bùshì pīpíng tāmen||We should respect other people’s opinions instead of criticizing them|
批评 is part of HSK Level 4 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 3.