The Chinese word 最好 means “best” or “preferable”. It is often used to express a strong preference or recommendation for something, such as a particular course of action or a choice between options. For example, one might say “最好的选择” to mean “the best choice”. It can also be used to give advice or make suggestions, such as “你最好早点睡觉”, which means “you’d better go to bed early”.
Adverb: it would be best, had better
|我们最好赶快出发，不然会迟到||wǒmen zuì hǎo gǎnkuài chūfā, bùrán huì chídào||We’d better leave quickly, otherwise we’ll be late|
|你最好别再拖延了，赶紧完成任务||nǐ zuì hǎo bié zài tuōyán le, gǎnjǐn wánchéng rènwù||You’d better not procrastinate anymore, finish the task as soon as possible|
|最好别在这里停车，这里是禁止停车的区域||zuì hǎo bié zài zhèlǐ tíngchē, zhèlǐ shì jìnzhǐ tíngchē de qūyù||It’s best not to park here, this is a no-parking zone|
|你最好别惹他生气，他脾气很大||nǐ zuì hǎo bié rě tā shēngqì, tā píqì hěn dà||You’d better not make him angry, he has a bad temper|
|最好提前预订机票，以免到时候没有位置了||zuì hǎo tíqián yùdìng jīpiào, yǐmiǎn dào shíhòu méiyǒu wèizhì le||It’s best to book the plane tickets in advance, in case there are no seats available later|