幸亏

幸亏 xìngkuī

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幸亏 xìngkuī Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 2 English Translations of the word 幸亏 xìngkuī .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
xìngkuī | xing4 kui1
English translation
fortunately
luckily

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About 幸亏 xìngkuī

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Traditional form

幸虧

Part of speech

Adverb / 副词 fù cí Fù cí
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Etymology of 幸亏 xìngkuī

Familiarize yourself with the origin and historical aspects of the Chinese word 幸亏 xìngkuī .

xìng

Type

ideographic

Explanation

Fortune ( xìng ) is the opposite () of misfortune ( yāo ).

Positional decomposition

丷干

Number of Strokes

8
kuī

Positional decomposition

èr

Number of Strokes

3

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Example sentences using 幸亏 xìngkuī

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zhè běn 枯燥 kūzào 乏味 fá wèi de Shū 幸亏 xìngkuī Jiā le 一些 yī xiē 精彩 jīngcǎi de 插图 chā tú cái 变得 biàn de 生动 shēngdòng 有趣 yǒuqù .

The otherwise dreary book is enlivened by some very amusing illustrations.

幸亏 xìngkuī dài le sǎn , 开始 kāishǐ 下雨 xiàyǔ le .

It's a good job you brought your brolly, it's starting to rain.

幸亏 xìngkuī Decomposition

See the 5 Chinese characters that make up 幸亏 xìngkuī and their own compounds.

幸亏 xìngkuī Compounds

See all 99 Chinese words that contain the characters that make up the word 幸亏 xìngkuī in their composition.

  • xìng
        • ,
      • gāo , , , , , ,
    • bào
      • bāo
      • , , , , , , , , , , , ,
    • zhí
    • xìng , xìng , , xìng , xìng , , , ,
  • kuī
    • kuā
        • huà
      • kuǎ , kuà , kuà , , kuà , , , , kuǎ , páo , kuā , 洿, , , , , , , , , kuā , , , , ,
    • è
      • chū , , shū , ,
    • , , , , , , , , ,
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The child received refuge in an old Temple where there were no mirrors allowed, and it was forbidden to speak of life before entering the sanctum. Ancient books, hidden rooms with unimaginable treasures and beauty beyond comprehension, became part of the boy’s new life.

Time went by until, one day, the now old young boy accidentally glimpses his own reflection in a pond. The Dragon smiled back.

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