The Chinese word 票 means “ticket” in English. It is commonly used when referring to various types of tickets, such as train tickets, movie tickets, or concert tickets. In addition to its literal meaning, 票 can also be used in idiomatic expressions, such as 票房, which refers to box office, or 票据, which means “bill” or “note” in the financial sense. Overall, 票 is a versatile word that is frequently used in everyday conversation and various contexts in Chinese culture.
|我们需要买两张电影票||wǒmen xūyào mǎi liǎng zhāng diànyǐng piào||We need to buy two movie tickets|
|你能帮我订一张机票吗？||nǐ néng bāng wǒ dìng yì zhāng jī piào ma?||Can you help me book a plane ticket?|
|这张彩票中了一百万！||zhè zhāng cǎi piào zhòng le yì bǎi wàn!||This lottery ticket won one million!|
|他的车票在哪里？||tā de chē piào zài nǎlǐ?||Where is his train ticket?|
|我们需要一张停车票||wǒmen xūyào yì zhāng tíngchē piào||We need a parking ticket|
|这是我在火车站买的票||zhè shì wǒ zài huǒchē zhàn mǎi de piào||This is the ticket I bought at the train station|
|你有门票吗？我想去看展览||nǐ yǒu mén piào ma? wǒ xiǎng qù kàn zhǎnlǎn||Do you have admission tickets? I want to go see the exhibition|
|请把这张票交给售票员||qǐng bǎ zhè zhāng piào jiāo gěi shòupiào yuán||Please give this ticket to the ticket seller|
票 is part of HSK Level 2 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 1.