跑步

跑步 pǎobù

跑步 pǎobù Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 3 English Translations of the word 跑步 pǎobù .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
pǎobù | pao3 bu4
English translation
to run
to jog
(military) to march at the double

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Traditional form

跑步 pǎobù

Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 跑步 pǎobù

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páo

Type

pictophonetic

Explanation

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

Phonetic compound

Bāo

Semantic compound

Positional decomposition

足包

Number of Strokes

12

Type

ideographic

Explanation

Pictograph of one foot in front of another, depicting footsteps.

Positional decomposition

zhǐ

Number of Strokes

7

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Example sentences using 跑步 pǎobù

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tài pán le , yāo páo 跑步 pǎobù 减肥 jiǎnféi .

You're too fat; try and run off all those excess pounds.

这么 zhè me shuì shì 跑步 pǎobù 爱好者 aì hào zhě lóu

So you're a runner, huh?

gěi rén de 感觉 gǎnjué shì 特别 tèbié 偏爱 piān aì 穿 chuān 跑步 pǎobù xié

He has demonstrated a strong preference for being shod in running shoes.

跑步 pǎobù Decomposition

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跑步 pǎobù Compounds

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