倒霉

倒霉 dǎoméi

倒霉 dǎoméi Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 2 English Translations of the word 倒霉 dǎoméi .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
dǎoméi | dao3 mei2
English translation
to have bad luck
to be out of luck

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Traditional form

倒霉 dǎoméi

Part of speech

Adjective / 形容词 xíng róng cí Xíngróng cí
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Etymology of 倒霉 dǎoméi

Familiarize yourself with the origin and historical aspects of the Chinese word 倒霉 dǎoméi .

dǎo

Type

pictophonetic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. rén represents the meaning and dào represents the sound.

Phonetic compound

dào

Semantic compound

rén

Positional decomposition

亻到

Number of Strokes

10
méi

Type

pictophonetic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. represents the meaning and měi represents the sound. Simplified form of méi .

Phonetic compound

měi

Semantic compound

Positional decomposition

雨每

Number of Strokes

15

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Example sentences using 倒霉 dǎoméi

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de 文件 wénjiàn diū le ,纯粹 chúncuì shì 碰上 pèng shàng 倒霉 dǎoméi shì le .

I lost your file by pure mischance.

今年 jīn nián 倒霉 dǎoméi le , 3 yuè nèi kāi 了两 Dāo .

He hit a bad patch this year, having two operations in three months.

āi , xiàng 这个 zhè ge dǎo méi rén , dǎo 应该 yīnggāi yǎng tiáo gǒu .

Why, a poor devil like me should keep a dog.

Lián 手脚 shǒu jiǎo 似乎 sìhū yǒu xiē xiē 热烘烘 le . āi , 到了 dào liǎo 这种 zhè zhǒng 倒霉 dǎoméi 境地 jìng dì !

My limbs were almost feverish , Jesus , what a situation.

迈洛 de 八字胡 bā zì hú shēng 得就 shì 倒霉 dǎoméi Xiāng ,左右 zuǒyòu liǎng piē 一点儿 yīdiǎnr 对称 duìchèn .

Milo's mustache was unfortunate because the separated halves never matched.

倒霉 dǎoméi Decomposition

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倒霉 dǎoméi Compounds

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