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bǎo

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bǎo Meaning

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Pīnyīn Pronunciation
bǎo | bao3
English translation
to eat till full
satisfied
satisfied; to eat one's fill

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About bǎo

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Number of strokes

8

Traditional form

bǎo

Contains the radical

shí

Part of speech

Adjective / 形容词 xíng róng cí Xíngróng cí

Learning hint

food

Etymology of bǎo

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Type

pictophonetic

Positional decomposition

饣包

Semantic compound

shí

Phonetic compound

Bāo

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. shí represents the meaning and Bāo represents the sound. Simplified form of bǎo .

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Example sentences using bǎo

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chī bǎo le ,还有 hái yǒu shèng de .

She ate all she wanted and had some left over.

rén chī tài bǎo 听力 tīng lì huì 变差?

After eating too much, your hearing is less sharp.

OEA发出 fā chū 饥饿 jīè 抑制 yì zhì 信息 xìnxī dào 大脑 dà nǎo ,增加 zēngjiā bǎo zhàng gǎn .

OEA sends hunger - curbing messages to the brain to increase feelings of fullness.

上班 shàngbān 之前 zhī qián 应该 yīnggāi chī bǎo 早饭 zǎo fàn .

You should eat your breakfast before going to work.

qún 发狂 fā kuáng de gǒu zài bǎo shí 可口 kěkǒu de 骨头 gǔtou .

Those mad at the dog eat three square meals a tasty bone.

Words with bǎo

Explore 22 words and sayings that include the Chinese character bǎo in their composition.

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FrequencySimplifiedMeaningTraditional
bǎo satisfied bǎo
饱受 bǎo shòu to endure飽受
吃饱 chī bǎo to eat one's fill吃飽
饱满 bǎo mǎn full飽滿
饱和 bǎohé saturation飽和
温饱 wēn bǎo adequately provided溫飽
饱含 bǎo hán to be full of (emotion)飽含
饱餐 bǎo cān to eat and eat飽餐
大饱眼福 dà bǎo yǎn fú to feast one's eyes大飽眼福
中饱私囊 zhōng bǎo sī náng to stuff one's pockets中飽私囊
不饱和脂肪酸 bù bǎo hé zhī fáng suān unsaturated fatty acid不飽和脂肪酸
饱尝 bǎo cháng to enjoy fully飽嘗
饱览 bǎo lǎn to look intensively飽覽
酒足饭饱 jiǔ zú fàn bǎo to have eaten and drunk to one's heart's content酒足飯飽
一饱眼福 yī bǎo yǎn fú to feast one's eyes on (idiom)一飽眼福
饱足 bǎo zú to be full (after eating)飽足
饱经风霜 bǎo jīng fēng shuāng weather-beaten飽經風霜
大饱口福 dà bǎo kǒu fú to eat one's fill大飽口福
饱眼福 bǎo yǎn fú to feast one's eyes on (idiom)飽眼福
饱经沧桑 bǎojīngcāngsāng having lived through many changes飽經滄桑
饱读 bǎo dú to read intensively飽讀
中饱 zhōng bǎo to embezzle中飽

bǎo Decomposition & Compounds

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bǎo Decomposition

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