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人口 rénkǒu

人口 rénkǒu Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 2 English Translations of the word 人口 rénkǒu .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
rénkǒu | ren2 kou3
English translation
population
people

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Traditional form

人口 rénkǒu

Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 人口 rénkǒu

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rén

Type

pictographic

Explanation

Pictograph of the side view of a person.

Positional decomposition

Number of Strokes

2
kǒu

Type

pictographic

Explanation

Pictograph of a mouth.

Positional decomposition

冂一

Number of Strokes

3

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Example sentences using 人口 rénkǒu

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shuí 知道 zhīdào 人口 rénkǒu 过剩 guò shèng huì 带来 dài lái 什么 shénme 麻烦 máfan ?

Who knows what a bother may ensue from overpopulation?

这个 zhè ge 城市 chéngshì de 人口 rénkǒu 由于 yóuyú Hēi bìng ér 减少 jiǎnshǎo le .

The population of the city was thinned out by the black death.

我们 wǒmen 可以 kěyǐ Cóng liǎng 方面 fāngmiàn duì 人口 rénkǒu xiàn Jǐng 提出 tí chū 批评 pīpíng .

We can criticize the population trap on two major grounds.

关于 guānyú 人口 rénkǒu xiàn Jǐng 存在 cúnzài de 经验 jīngyàn 证据 zhèngjù Huán gòu 充分 chōngfèn .

Empirical evidence for the existence of population traps is not substantial.

伦敦 Lún dūn 位于 wèiyú 泰晤士 Tài wù shì 河畔 hé pàn ,人口 rénkǒu 700.

London lies onthe River Thames and has a population of seven million.

人口 rénkǒu Decomposition

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