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其次 qícì

其次 qícì Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 2 English Translations of the word 其次 qícì .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
qícì | qi2 ci4
English translation
next
secondly

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Traditional form

其次 qícì

Part of speech

Pronoun / 代词 dài cí Dàicí
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Etymology of 其次 qícì

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Explanation

Pictograph of a basket, now written as . The current meaning is a phonetic loan.

Positional decomposition

Gān 一八

Number of Strokes

8

Type

ideographic

Positional decomposition

冫欠

Number of Strokes

6

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Example sentences using 其次 qícì

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首先 shǒuxiān lǎo 其次 qícì shì 富有 fù yǒu 魅力 mèilì de 男人 nán rén

In the first place you are not old and in the second place you are a very attractive man.

首先 shǒuxiān shì 价格 jiàgé guì 其次 qícì 速度 sùdù 太慢

Firstly, it's expensive, and secondly, it's too slow.

拒绝 jùjué 退而求其次 tuì ér qiú qí cì

He refused to settle for anything that was second best.

马铃薯 mǎ líng shǔ 仍然 réngrán shì zuì 受欢迎 shòu huān yíng de 食物 shíwù 其次 qícì shì Bái 面包 miànbāo

Potatoes are still the most popular food, followed by white bread.

其次 qícì Decomposition

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其次 qícì Compounds

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    • qiān
      • qiān
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