失眠 shīmián

失眠 shīmián Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 1 English Translations of the word 失眠 shīmián .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
shīmián | shi1 mian2
English translation
to suffer from insomnia

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Traditional form

失眠 shīmián

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Verb / 动词 dòng cí Dòngcí
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Etymology of 失眠 shīmián

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Phonosemantic compound. represents the meaning and Mín represents the sound.

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` ` 失眠 shīmián ā ` ` 失眠 shīmián bàn niē ?

Dig also'insomnia ah does'insomnia do how hold?

深夜 shēn yè 浓咖啡 huò 浓茶可能 kěnéng huì 导致 dǎozhì 失眠 shīmián

Strong coffee or tea late at night may cause sleeplessness.

失眠 shīmián Decomposition

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失眠 shīmián Compounds

See all 29 Chinese words that contain the characters that make up the word 失眠 shīmián in their composition.

  • shī
    • Tiě , diē , zhì , dié , , , , zhì , chì , dié , zhí , , dié , dié , zhì , zhì , zhí , dié , , , , , , , , , , ,
  • mián
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