展开 zhǎnkāi

展开 zhǎnkāi Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 4 English Translations of the word 展开 zhǎnkāi .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
zhǎnkāi | zhan3 kai1
English translation
to unfold
to carry out
to be in full swing
to launch

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Etymology of 展开 zhǎnkāi

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Origin unclear.

Positional decomposition

shī ⿻?

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Simplified form of kāi . Pictograph of two hands opening the bolt on a door. The traditional component mén was removed for simplification.

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Example sentences using 展开 zhǎnkāi

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他们 tā men liǎ 偶然 ǒurán de 展开 zhǎnkāi le cháng 斗智 dòu zhì .

The two of them had an encounter of wits.

zhū 植物 zhíwù 展开 zhǎnkāi le de 叶子 yèzi .

A plant expands its leaves.

diǎo 展开 zhǎnkāi le 翅膀 chìbǎng .

The bird stretched its wings.

de Xīn 裙子 qúnzi zài 向外 xiàng wài 展开 zhǎnkāi .

Her new skirt flares at the knees.

他们 tā men yòng Sān 简单 jiǎndān de jiù Néng ràng 我们 wǒmen 展开 zhǎnkāi 笑颜? ā ā ā .

They will be able to make us smile with three simple words? ho, ho, ho.

展开 zhǎnkāi Decomposition

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展开 zhǎnkāi Compounds

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  • Zhǎn
    • niǎn , niǎn , chǎn , zhǎn , , , , niǎn , 𦟌
  • kāi
    • bìng
      • bīng
        • bǐng , píng , , , ,
      • píng
        • píng
      • bǐng , píng , pīn , bèng , pīn , pián , píng , bīng , bǐng , 軿 píng , bǐng , pián , bìng , , , , , , , pēng , , , , , , , , , , , bǐng , pián , 骿, ,
    • yán
      • yán
    • Xíng
      • xíng , xíng , xíng , , jīng , xíng
    • kāi
    • xíng , yán , jīng , xíng , qiān , qiān , , qiān , jiān , jiǎn , xíng , , , , , , , yán
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