- 只有 [zhǐ yǒu]
- only; alone:
Only when agriculture is fully developed can industry have sufficient materials and markets. 只有农业发展了，工业才有足够的原料和市场。
She felt warm only when she sat before the fireplace.
Only the embers of the bonfire remained.
Only time will tell if you are right.
We have only a small percentage of foreign books.
Only a few of his kindred were present at his funeral.
Only one person can do the job, namely you.
Only human beings are capable of speech.
Only those who learn how to live can come to know themselves and life.
Which only abyssal eyes can sail and fly in.
If they do then it only happens when the explanation is plausible.