叉子 chāzi

叉子 chāzi Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 2 English Translations of the word 叉子 chāzi .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
chāzi | cha1 zi5
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叉子 chāzi

Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 叉子 chāzi

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Example sentences using 叉子 chāzi

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叉子 chāzi chuō lòng zhāo pán .

He prodded at the plate of fish with his fork.

他用 chā chā le 鸡蛋 jīdàn 放在面包 miànbāo shǎng 然后 ránhòu 面包片 miàn bāo piàn 折起做成 le 三明治 sān míng zhì

He forked an egg onto a piece of bread and folded it into a sandwich.

农夫 nóng fū men xià 干草 gān cǎo yòng 叉子 chāzi 草叉 dào 车上然后 ránhòu 拉到谷仓 gǔ cāng 贮存 zhù cún

Farmers cut the hay, fork it on to a cart and then store it in barns.

叉子 chāzi Decomposition

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叉子 chāzi Compounds

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  • chā
    • zǎo
      • sāo , sāo , sào , sāo , xiǔ , , , , sāo , , sāo ,
    • chǎ , chā , chā , chà , chāi , , , chāi ,
    • hǎo
      • nāo , hào
    • xiǎng
      • dūn
        • dūn , duì , tūn , dūn , duì , dūn , duì , , , , , , , , dùn , , , , ,
      • guō
      • shú
      • chún , chún , chún , zhūn , guǒ , dūn , duǒ , tūn , guō , tūn , rún , , chún , , , , , , , , zhūn , , , chún
    • yóu
    • zhuǎn
      • càn
        • chán , chán , zhàn , chǎn , ,
    • zǎi , , , jiǎn , mǎn , qióng , , , xué , , , , , , , , , yàn , , ,
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