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it means “as” when usingafter verbs
zuò wéi yí gè jiā de zhŭ rén ， wŏ yīng gāi chéng dān zhè ge jiā de zé rèn 。
As the homeowner, I should take the responsibility for this family.
ài dí shēng bèi chēng wéi “ shì jiè guāng míng zhī fù ”。
Edison was known as the "Father of the bright world."
Sentences, which are called 被字句 (bèi zì jù) in Chinese, are a key way to express the passive in modern Mandarin Chinese. In passive sentences, the object of an action becomes the subject of the sentence, and what would have been the subject of the normal (active voice) sentence, the "doer" of the action, becomes secondary, and may or may not be included in the passive sentence.
wŏ men de guó jiā bèi rì bĕn rén zhàn lĭng le 。
Our country was occupied by the Japanese.
tā bèi zhè ge nán rén wú qíng de pāo qì le 。
She was abandoned by the man ruthlessly.
means “according to “or “to follow”.
wŏ àn zhào nĭ men de ān pái gōng zuò 。
I work in accordance with your arrangement.
àn zhào dăo háng de zhĭ shì kāi chē jiù bú huì mí lù 。
You will not get lost if you follow the instructions of the navigation.
It is used as a verb complement to express finish or done something.
mă lá sōng păo xià lai xū yào wŭ gè xiăo shí 。
It takes 5 hours to finish the Marathon.
zhè ge gōng sī yì nián de shōu rù suàn xià lai hái bú dào shí wàn
The company's annual income is less than 100, 000.