普通话

普通话 pǔtōnghuà

普通话 pǔtōnghuà Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 3 English Translations of the word 普通话 pǔtōnghuà .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
pǔtōnghuà | pu3 tong1 hua4
English translation
Mandarin (common language)
Putonghua (common speech of the Chinese language)
ordinary speech

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About 普通话 pǔtōnghuà

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Traditional form

普通話

Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 普通话 pǔtōnghuà

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Type

ideographic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. represents the meaning and bìng represents the sound.

Positional decomposition

並日

Number of Strokes

12
tōng

Type

pictophonetic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. chuò represents the meaning and yǒng represents the sound.

Phonetic compound

yǒng

Semantic compound

chuò

Positional decomposition

辶甬

Number of Strokes

10
huà

Type

ideographic

Explanation

Simplified form of huà . Phonosemantic compound. yán represents the meaning and shé represents the sound.

Positional decomposition

讠舌

Number of Strokes

8

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普通话 pǔtōnghuà Decomposition

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普通话 pǔtōnghuà Compounds

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  • 通话 tōng huà
    • , tōng , tōng ,
  • huà
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