师傅

师傅 shīfu

师傅 shīfu Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 7 English Translations of the word 师傅 shīfu .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
shīfu | shi1 fu5
English translation
master
qualified worker
respectful form of address for older men
CL:
>[gè], wèi [wèi], míng [míng]

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About 师傅 shīfu

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Traditional form

師傅

Part of speech

Name of a person / 人名 rén míng Rénmíng
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Etymology of 师傅 shīfu

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Shī

Type

ideographic

Explanation

Simplified form of shī . Origin unclear.

Positional decomposition

刂帀

Number of Strokes

6

Type

ideographic

Positional decomposition

亻尃

Number of Strokes

12

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Example sentences using 师傅 shīfu

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yāo tóng 那些 nà xiē 不让学徒 xué tú 吃饱 chī bǎo de 师傅 shīfu 打仗 dǎzhàng .

He wanted to fight the masters who starved their appretices.

yāo tóng 那些 nà xiē 不让学徒 xué tú chī bǎo de 师傅 shīfu 斗争 dòuzhēng .

He wanted to fight the masters who starved their apprentices.

师傅 shīfu Decomposition

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师傅 shīfu Compounds

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