鸡蛋

鸡蛋 jīdàn

鸡蛋 jīdàn Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 5 English Translations of the word 鸡蛋 jīdàn .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
jīdàn | ji1 dan4
English translation
(chicken) egg
hen's egg
CL:
>[gè],[dá]

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About 鸡蛋 jīdàn

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Traditional form

雞蛋

Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 鸡蛋 jīdàn

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Type

ideographic

Explanation

Simplified form of . Originally was a pictograph of a chicken. Later changed to a phonosemantic compound of and zhuī (bird). The traditional zhuī (bird) component was replaced with diǎo , a different character for "bird".

Positional decomposition

又鸟

Number of Strokes

7
dàn

Type

pictophonetic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. chóng represents the meaning and Yán represents the sound.

Phonetic compound

Yán

Semantic compound

chóng

Positional decomposition

疋虫

Number of Strokes

11

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Example sentences using 鸡蛋 jīdàn

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鸡蛋 jīdàn 美乃 shì yòng dàn 黄酱 huáng jiàng zhǔ lǎo de 鸡蛋 jīdàn 做成 de .

Egg mayonnaise is made with mayonnaise and hard - boiled eggs.

鸡蛋 jīdàn zhǔ lǎo le .

The eggs are overcooked [ too tough ].

这个 zhè ge yuè 鸡蛋 jīdàn yòu shǎo yòu guì .

Eggs are scarce and expensive this month.

鸡蛋 jīdàn duō le jiù 便宜 biànyí , shǎo 了就 guì .

Eggs are cheap when they are plentiful and they are dear when they are scare.

卷子 juǎn zi , 玉米 yùmǐ Sōng bǐng xiǎo tián 面包 miànbāo 鸡蛋 jīdàn bǐng , 滴滴答答 de 黄油 huáng yóu , měi dùn fàn dōu yǒu .

Rolls, corn muffins, biscuits and waffles , dripping butter, all at one meal.

鸡蛋 jīdàn Decomposition

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鸡蛋 jīdàn Compounds

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