开水

开水 kāishuǐ

开水 kāishuǐ Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 2 English Translations of the word 开水 kāishuǐ .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
kāishuǐ | kai1 shui3
English translation
boiled water
boiling water

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About 开水 kāishuǐ

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Traditional form

開水

Part of speech

Verb / 动词 dòng cí Dòngcí
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Etymology of 开水 kāishuǐ

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kāi

Type

ideographic

Explanation

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

Positional decomposition

一廾

Number of Strokes

4
Shuǐ

Type

pictographic

Explanation

Pictograph of a river.

Positional decomposition

jué

Number of Strokes

4

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Example sentences using 开水 kāishuǐ

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开水 kāishuǐ zài 翻滚 fān gǔn .

The boiling water bubbled furiously in the kettle.

yòu 回到 huí dào lǎo 样子 yàngzi , xiàng shāo kāi Shuǐ de 似的 shìde ,不时 bùshí 散发 sànfā zhāo 无害 wú hài de 缕缕蒸汽 zhēng qì .

It'settled back to sporadic, harmless streaming like a simmering kettle.

开水 kāishuǐ 使 shǐ bēi de běng liè le .

Boiling water cracked a cup acrossthe bottom.

开水 kāishuǐ tài tàng , liǎng 杯子 bēizi shé shé jiù Liáng le .

The water's boiling hot. Pour it from one cup to another repeatedly to cool it.

Bié ràng 开水 kāishuǐ tàng zhāo .

Don't be scalded by boiling water.

开水 kāishuǐ Decomposition

See the 2 Chinese characters that make up 开水 kāishuǐ and their own compounds.

开水 kāishuǐ Compounds

See all 219 Chinese words that contain the characters that make up the word 开水 kāishuǐ in their composition.

  • 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
  • Shuǐ
    • yǒng
      • qiú
        • qiú , jiù , qiú , qiú , qiú , qiú , Qiú , 絿 qiú , qiú , qiú , , , , , , , , , , ,
      • yàng
      • yǒng , mài , yǒng , chǎng , , , , , yǒng
      • 绿, bāo , liù , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
    • bīng
    • 尿 niào
    • quán
      • xiàn , xún , quán , , , , , xiàn , , , , ,
    • bèng
    • gǒng
      • , , hòng
      • , , , , , ,
    • tǔn
        • , , , ,
      • shǔ
        • nián , chī , ,
    • cuān
    • zhěng
    • xíng
    • jiāng , dàng , yàng , dàng , , yuān , miǎo , , jiǒng , xx , , xíng , mài , yǐng , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 漿 jiāng , , , , , pīng , , , ,
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