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及格 jígé

及格 jígé Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 1 English Translations of the word 及格 jígé .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
jígé | ji2 ge2
English translation
to pass a test

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Traditional form

及格 jígé

Part of speech

Adverbial adjective / 副形词 Fùxíng cí
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Come for Peace. Stay for Wisdom.

Etymology of 及格 jígé

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Explanation

Pictograph of a hand ( yòu ) reaching to grab a person ( rén ).

Positional decomposition

⿻? yòu

Number of Strokes

3

Type

pictophonetic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. represents the meaning and represents the sound.

Phonetic compound

Semantic compound

Positional decomposition

木各

Number of Strokes

10

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Example sentences using 及格 jígé

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我们 wǒmen zhǐ yāo gěi 稍加 diǎn fēn , jiù Néng 勉强 miǎnqiǎng 及格 jígé .

If we mark him up a tiny bit, he'll just get through.

二年级 shí 数学 shùxué 不及格 bù jí gé

I flunked math in second grade.

卢克曾经 céngjīng hěn xiǎng Néng 及格 jígé 大概 dàgài 现在 xiànzài 还是 háishi 很想

Luke badly wanted a pass mark. Still does, I daresay.

及格 jígé Decomposition

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及格 jígé Compounds

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