伤心

伤心 shāngxīn

伤心 shāngxīn Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 3 English Translations of the word 伤心 shāngxīn .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
shāngxīn | shang1 xin1
English translation
to grieve
to be broken-hearted
to feel deeply hurt

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Traditional form

傷心

Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 伤心 shāngxīn

Familiarize yourself with the origin and historical aspects of the Chinese word 伤心 shāngxīn .

shāng

Explanation

Simplified form of shāng . Phonosemantic compound. rén and Dāo represent the meaning and yáng represents the sound.

Positional decomposition

rén ⿱?

Number of Strokes

6
xīn

Type

pictographic

Explanation

Pictograph of a heart.

Positional decomposition

Number of Strokes

4

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Example sentences using 伤心 shāngxīn

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" āi , méi le 咱们 zámen de 漂亮 piàoliang 小伙子 xiǎohuǒzi ,南方 nán fāng huì 怎么样 zěnmeyàng ā ? " mèi lán 伤心 shāngxīn de shuì .

" Ah,'said Melanie, sadly, " what will the South be like without all our fine boys?

看到自己 zìjǐ de 孩子 háizi bèi 判刑 pàn xíng zhēn 叫人伤心 shāngxīn .

It is really heartrending to see his own child sentenced.

长叹 cháng tàn 一口气 yī kǒu qì 主要 zhǔyào 是因为如释重负 rú shì zhòng fù yǒu 一部分 yī bù fen 是因为伤心 shāngxīn

He let out a long sigh, mainly of relief, partly of sadness.

这段恋情 liàn qíng 使 shǐ 非常 fēicháng 伤心 shāngxīn

The relationship caused her a great deal of heartache.

他们 tā men 离婚 líhūn shí 爸爸 bàba 是不是 shì bù shì hěn 伤心 shāngxīn

Was your daddy heartbroken when they got a divorce?

伤心 shāngxīn Decomposition

See the 3 Chinese characters that make up 伤心 shāngxīn and their own compounds.

伤心 shāngxīn Compounds

See all 354 Chinese words that contain the characters that make up the word 伤心 shāngxīn in their composition.

  • shāng
    • xīn
      • gǎn
          • , ,
        • zǎi , sāi , , sāi , , xié , sāi , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , sāi
      • zǒng
        • cōng , zǒng ,
          • , ,
            • , , ,
          • , níng
        • , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
      • ēn
      • niàn
        • nián , niàn , rěn , niǎn , niè , rěn , niǎn , rěn , shěn , niàn , , , , , , , , , , nián
      • zhì
        • zhì , zhì , zhì , , , ,
      • rěn
        • niǎn , rěn , , , rèn ,
      • bēi
      • yuàn
        • yuān ,
      • huàn
        • huàn , huàn , ,
        • , , ,
      • mēn
      • Huì
        • suì , suì , huì , huì , huì , , , , , , , ,
      • huì
      • yōu
      • chóu
        • ,
      • huì
        • suì
      • è
        • ě , , ,
      • jiá
      • cōng
        • cōng
        • zǒng , zǒng , cōng , , , , , , cōng
        • , , , , ,
      • cōng
        • , cōng , zǒng , cōng , cōng , cōng , zǒng , , , , , , , zǒng , cōng , , ,
      • mèn
        • ruǐ , ruǐ
      • qìng
        • ,
      • xiàn
      • liàn
      • níng
        • ,
      • xiǎng , zěn , nín , yuàn , wàng , ě , kǒng , liàn , tài , , , , zhōng , huò , chéng , wèi , shù , , xuán , xīn , kěn , biē , bèi , yàng , sǒng , yǒng , dài , , , yǐn , tǎn , , 忿 fèn , hān , qìn , mèn , gàng , chéng , xuán , , qiān , yīn , duì , chǐ , kěn , xǐn , qìn , yìng , mín ,
      • tān , nèn , hào , huì , , zhé , , è , què , , , mǐn , , hùn , yìn , píng , chōng , , duì , mào , nǎn , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ài
      • , , , , , tài , , , , mǐn , , , sǒng , , , , , , , , bèi , , píng , , , , , , , , yīng , , , , duì , mèn , , , , gàng , , , , , ,
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