发愁

发愁 fāchóu

发愁 fāchóu Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 4 English Translations of the word 发愁 fāchóu .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
fāchóu | fa1 chou2
English translation
to worry
to fret
to be anxious
to become sad

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Traditional form

發愁

Part of speech

Verb / 动词 dòng cí Dòngcí
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Etymology of 发愁 fāchóu

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Explanation

Simplified form of both (send out; to issue) and (hair). Derived from quǎn (dog), the bottom component of .

Positional decomposition

⿸? yòu

Number of Strokes

5
chóu

Type

pictophonetic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. xīn represents the meaning and Qiū represents the sound.

Phonetic compound

Qiū

Semantic compound

xīn

Positional decomposition

秋心

Number of Strokes

13

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Example sentences using 发愁 fāchóu

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还是 háishi méi 办法 bànfǎ ,还是 háishi wéi 那个 nà ge 可恨 kě hèn de 二十七发愁 fāchóu .

That hateful twenty - seventh still preyed on his mind.

彼得 Bǐ dé 还是 háishi Cháng 因为 yīnwèi 自己 zìjǐ bèn ér 发愁 fāchóu .

Peter used to fret about his foolishness.

大腿 dà tuǐ 太粗肚子 dùzi shǎng jìng shì 赘肉 zhuì ròu ràng hěn 发愁 fāchóu

My bulging thighs and flabby stomach made me depressed.

发愁 fāchóu Decomposition

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发愁 fāchóu Compounds

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