苹果 píngguǒ

苹果 píngguǒ Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 5 English Translations of the word 苹果 píngguǒ .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
píngguǒ | ping2 guo3
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Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 苹果 píngguǒ

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Phonosemantic compound. cǎo represents the meaning and Píng represents the sound. Simplified form of píng .

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Pictograph of fruit growing on a tree.

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Example sentences using 苹果 píngguǒ

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一起 yīqǐ fēn 苹果 píngguǒ .

He divided the apples with me.

jiā 商店 shāngdiàn 有些 yǒu xiē hěn hǎo de 苹果 píngguǒ 出售 chū shòu .

There are some nice apples on sale in that shop.

zhè 苹果树结果 jiēguǒ duō .

The apple tree bears well.

苹果 píngguǒ shù jiē chū hěn duō 苹果 píngguǒ .

That apple tree yield s plenty of apples.

zài kěn 苹果 píngguǒ .

He was nibbling on the apple.

苹果 píngguǒ Decomposition

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苹果 píngguǒ Compounds

See all 52 Chinese words that contain the characters that make up the word 苹果 píngguǒ in their composition.

  • píng
    • guǒ
      • Cháo
          • zǎo
        • jiǎo , jiǎo , suǒ , sāo , suǒ , , chāo , , , , , ,
      • , , luǒ , guǒ , , huái , huǒ , guàn , , , , , luǒ , , guǒ , guǒ , 粿 guǒ , guǒ , guǒ , , guǒ , , , huì , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
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