孩子 háizi

孩子 háizi Meaning

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Pīnyīn Pronunciation
háizi | hai2 zi5
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孩子 háizi

Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 孩子 háizi

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Phonosemantic compound. represents the meaning and hài represents the sound.

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Pictograph of a small child with its two arms outstretched.

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Example sentences using 孩子 háizi

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de 工作 gōngzuò shì 照料 zhào liào hǎo 孩子 háizi .

Her work is to take care of the children.

shì 街坊 jiē fāng shǎng 所有 suǒyǒu 孩子 háizi de hǎo 阿姨 āyí .

She is a good aunt to all the children in the neighbourhood.

条件 tiáojiàn dōu Xiāng tóng shí ,别的 bié de 孩子 háizi hǎo .

Under otherwise equal conditions he is better than other boys.

这个 zhè ge 孩子 háizi Zēng zài suǒ jiào hǎo de 学校 xuéxiào 受过教育 jiàoyù .

The child was trained up in a good school.

孩子 háizi zài 厨房 chúfáng 工作 gōngzuò , zhè 使 shǐ Chéng le hěn hǎo de 厨师 chú shī .

Working in the kitchen made the boy into a good cook.

孩子 háizi Decomposition

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孩子 háizi Compounds

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  • hái
      • hǎo
        • nāo , hào
      • xiǎng
        • dūn
          • dūn , duì , tūn , dūn , duì , dūn , duì , , , , , , , , dùn , , , , ,
        • guō
        • shú
        • chún , chún , chún , zhūn , guǒ , dūn , duǒ , tūn , guō , tūn , rún , , chún , , , , , , , , zhūn , , , chún
      • yóu
      • zhuǎn
        • càn
          • chán , chán , zhàn , chǎn , ,
      • zǎi , , , jiǎn , mǎn , qióng , , , xué , , , , , , , , , yàn , , ,
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