耐心

耐心 nàixīn

耐心 nàixīn Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 2 English Translations of the word 耐心 nàixīn .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
nàixīn | nai4 xin1
English translation
to be patient
patience

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Traditional form

耐心 nàixīn

Part of speech

Adjective / 形容词 xíng róng cí Xíngróng cí
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Etymology of 耐心 nàixīn

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nài

Positional decomposition

而寸

Number of Strokes

9
xīn

Type

pictographic

Explanation

Pictograph of a heart.

Positional decomposition

Number of Strokes

4

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qǐng shāo 耐心 nàixīn xiē , 马上 mǎshàng jiù huì 明白 míngbai de 意思 yìsi de .

Bear with me for a minute, and you'll see what I mean.

伊妮德 shì wèi hǎo 教师 jiào shī , duì 学生 xuésheng hěn yǒu 耐心 nàixīn .

Enid was a good teacher. She was very patient with her pupils.

耐心 nàixīn de děng 弗朗西弄完

She waited patiently for Frances to finish.

当然 dāngrán 英国人 Yīng guó rén 将会 jiāng huì 耐心 nàixīn de 承受 chéngshòu 这些 zhè xiē 日常 rìcháng 压力 yālì

Of course, the British will suffer such daily stresses patiently.

duì 孩子 háizi men 总是 zǒngshì 非常 fēicháng hǎo hěn yǒu 耐心 nàixīn

He was endlessly kind and patient with children.

耐心 nàixīn Decomposition

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耐心 nàixīn Compounds

See all 354 Chinese words that contain the characters that make up the word 耐心 nàixīn in their composition.

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    • xīn
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      • ēn
      • niàn
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      • zhì
        • zhì , zhì , zhì , , , ,
      • rěn
        • niǎn , rěn , , , rèn ,
      • bēi
      • yuàn
        • yuān ,
      • huàn
        • huàn , huàn , ,
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      • mēn
      • Huì
        • suì , suì , huì , huì , huì , , , , , , , ,
      • huì
      • yōu
      • chóu
        • ,
      • huì
        • suì
      • è
        • ě , , ,
      • jiá
      • cōng
        • cōng
        • zǒng , zǒng , cōng , , , , , , cōng
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      • cōng
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      • mèn
        • ruǐ , ruǐ
      • qìng
        • ,
      • xiàn
      • liàn
      • níng
        • ,
      • xiǎng , zěn , nín , yuàn , wàng , ě , kǒng , liàn , tài , , , , zhōng , huò , chéng , wèi , shù , , xuán , xīn , kěn , biē , bèi , yàng , sǒng , yǒng , dài , , , yǐn , tǎn , , 忿 fèn , hān , qìn , mèn , gàng , chéng , xuán , , qiān , yīn , duì , chǐ , kěn , xǐn , qìn , yìng , mín ,
      • tān , nèn , hào , huì , , zhé , , è , què , , , mǐn , , hùn , yìn , píng , chōng , , duì , mào , nǎn , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ài
      • , , , , , tài , , , , mǐn , , , sǒng , , , , , , , , bèi , , píng , , , , , , , , yīng , , , , duì , mèn , , , , gàng , , , , , ,
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