The Chinese word 耐心 means patience or endurance. It is used to describe the ability to remain calm and composed in the face of difficulty or adversity. In Chinese culture, having 耐心 is considered a virtue and is highly valued in both personal and professional settings. It is often used in phrases such as “请你耐心等一下”, which means “please be patient and wait a moment”.
|我们需要耐心地等待结果||wǒmen xūyào nàixīn de děngdài jiéguǒ||We need to patiently wait for the results|
|他非常有耐心，可以教我很多东西||tā fēicháng yǒu nàixīn, kěyǐ jiāo wǒ hěnduō dōngxi||He is very patient and can teach me many things|
|耐心是成功的关键之一||nàixīn shì chénggōng de guānjiàn zhī yī||Patience is one of the keys to success|
|做事情要有耐心，不能急躁||zuò shìqíng yào yǒu nàixīn, bùnéng jízào||When doing things, you need to be patient and not be hasty|
|老师需要有耐心，才能教好学生||lǎoshī xūyào yǒu nàixīn, cái néng jiāo hǎo xuéshēng||Teachers need to have patience in order to teach students well|
|我们需要耐心地解决这个问题||wǒmen xūyào nàixīn de jiějué zhège wèntí||We need to patiently solve this problem|
|学习一门新技能需要耐心和毅力||xuéxí yī mén xīn jìnéng xūyào nàixīn hé yìlì||Learning a new skill requires patience and perseverance|