嗓子

嗓子 sǎngzi

嗓子 sǎngzi Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 3 English Translations of the word 嗓子 sǎngzi .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
sǎngzi | sang3 zi5
English translation
throat
voice
CL:[bǎ]

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Traditional form

嗓子 sǎngzi

Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 嗓子 sǎngzi

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sǎng

Type

pictophonetic

Phonetic compound

Sāng

Semantic compound

kǒu

Positional decomposition

口桑

Number of Strokes

13

Type

pictographic

Explanation

Pictograph of a small child with its two arms outstretched.

Positional decomposition

了一

Number of Strokes

3

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Example sentences using 嗓子 sǎngzi

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hěn 幸运 xìngyùn , yǒu hǎo 嗓子 sǎngzi .

He is the fortunate possessor of a fine singing voice.

duì de 嗓子 sǎngzi 来说, zhè shǒu de 音定 tài Gāo le .

This song is pitched too high for my voice.

de 嗓子 sǎngzi zhēn liàng .

She has a resonant voice.

嗓子 sǎngzi de Hóng bān shì zhǒng 综合征 zōng hé zhēng de 部分 bùfen 症状 zhèngzhuàng .

The spots on his throat are part of a syndrome.

chōu yān 抽得嗓子 sǎngzi dōu téng le .

He smoked his throat raw.

嗓子 sǎngzi Decomposition

See the 3 Chinese characters that make up 嗓子 sǎngzi and their own compounds.

嗓子 sǎngzi Compounds

See all 81 Chinese words that contain the characters that make up the word 嗓子 sǎngzi in their composition.

  • sǎng
      • 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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