Pronunciation

liǎ

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liǎ Meaning

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Pīnyīn Pronunciation
liǎ | lia3
English translation
two (colloquial equivalent of 兩個
>两个)
both
some
two, a pair, a couple

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About liǎ

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Number of strokes

9

Traditional form

liǎ

Contains the radical

rén

Part of speech

Numeral / 数词 shù cí Shù cí

Learning hint

A couple 寿 Shòu 寿 Shòu also provides the pronunciation

Etymology of liǎ

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Type

ideographic

Positional decomposition

亻两

Explanation

Simplified form of liǎ . Phonosemantic compound. rén represents the meaning and liǎng represents the sound.

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Example sentences using liǎ

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dāng Wáng de chī liǎ chǎo ròu ”!

" He'd be a cuckold, eating left - overs. "

xiǎo liǎ kǒu 打算 dǎsuàn yòng 天鹅绒 tiān é róng 装饰 zhuāngshì 他们 tā men de 卧室 wòshì .

The young couple plan to upholster their bedroom with velvet.

根本 gēnběn de 问题 wèntí shì 你们 nǐ men liǎ Yìng 意见 yìjiàn 一致 yīzhì .

The essential thing is that the two of you ought to agree.

你们 nǐ men liǎ 选定 xuǎn dìng 婚期 hūn qī le ?

Have you two fixed on a date for the wedding yet?

关于 guānyú jiàn shì liǎ de 想法 xiǎng fǎ 一致 yīzhì .

You and I are of one mind on that matter.

Words with liǎ

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FrequencySimplifiedMeaningTraditional
liǎ both liǎ
咱俩 zán liǎ the two of us咱倆
伎俩 jì liǎng trick伎倆
俩钱儿 liǎ qián r erhua variant of 倆錢兒|俩钱儿 liǎ qián r [liǎ​qián​r]倆錢兒

liǎ Decomposition & Compounds

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liǎ Decomposition

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