护士

护士 hùshi

护士 hùshi Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 3 English Translations of the word 护士 hùshi .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
hùshi | hu4 shi5
English translation
nurse
CL:
>[gè]

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Traditional form

護士

Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 护士 hùshi

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Type

ideographic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. shǒu represents the meaning and represents the sound. Simplified form of .

Positional decomposition

扌户

Number of Strokes

7
Shì

Explanation

Pictograph of the head of an axe. Likely used to represent a military officer.

Positional decomposition

Number of Strokes

3

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Example sentences using 护士 hùshi

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这个 zhè ge 医院 yīyuàn de 医生 yīshēng 女护士共计 gòngjì 二百零五 rén .

The women doctors and women nurses in the hospital add up to two hundred and five.

图为8 suì de 春瑞霞 zhāo 接受 jiēshòu 护士 hùshi de 按摩 ànmó .

Left , ChunRuiXia , 8 , cried as a nurse massaged her amputated leg.

护士 hùshi 轻轻地伤口 shāng kǒu shǎng de xuè .

The nurse gently mopped the blood from the wound.

护士 hùshi yòng 海绵 hǎi mián 伤口 shāng kǒu de xuè diào .

The nurse sponged up the blood from the wound.

护士 hùshi de wàn 包上绷带 bēng dài .

The nurse lapped a bandage around his wrist.

护士 hùshi Decomposition

See the 3 Chinese characters that make up 护士 hùshi and their own compounds.

护士 hùshi Compounds

See all 240 Chinese words that contain the characters that make up the word 护士 hùshi in their composition.

    • Shì
      • shēng
        • qìng
          • xīn , qìng , shēng , qìng , qìng , , , , , ,
        • Zhōu
          • diào , diāo , chóu , diāo , diāo , chóu , diāo , , chóu , zhāo , zhōu , diāo , dǎo , tiáo , chóu , zhōu , zhōu , , , , , , , chóu , , 調 diào , zhōu , , zhōu , , , , diāo , diāo
        • tái
          • tái , tái , tái , , , tái ,
        • yuán
          • yuǎn
          • yuán , yuán , qióng , yuán , , , , , yuán ,
        • jié
        • shè
        • jié
          • xié , xié , xié
        • jiē , jié , Jiā , jié , zhé , , jié , , xiá , jiē , , jié , , zhé , , chóu , jié , jié , jié , , , , , , , jié , , , , , , , , , , ,
      • zhì
        • zhì , zhì , zhì , , , ,
      • Zhuàng
        • zhuāng , zhuāng
      • qiào
      • shì
      • rén
        • Rèn
          • píng , lìn , rěn , nèn , rèn , rèn , , , , , , , lìn , ,
        • yín
        • tíng
          • tíng
          • tǐng , tǐng , tíng , tíng , dìng , tǐng , tǐng , tíng , tīng , tǐng , tíng , , , , , , dìng , ,
        • chuí
          • shuì , chuí , tuò , chuí , chuí , chuí , zuī , duǒ , tuò , zhuì , , , , , , , chuí , , , chuí
        • rèn , rèn , yín , rèn , rèn , rèn , ,
      • mài
        • , ,
      • tuó
      • mài
        • , shú , , , , , , , , , , , , , , dòu , , , 覿, , , , ,
      • kuǎn , , qiào , , huò , xx , , kǔn , gòu , , , , , , kòu , , , , , , , , , , , ,
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