承受

承受 chéngshòu

承受 chéngshòu Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 3 English Translations of the word 承受 chéngshòu .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
chéngshòu | cheng2 shou4
English translation
to bear
to support
to inherit

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Traditional form

承受 chéngshòu

Part of speech

Verb / 动词 dòng cí Dòngcí
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Etymology of 承受 chéngshòu

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Chéng

Type

ideographic

Explanation

Pictograph of two hands carrying a person.

Positional decomposition

⿻⿻了三

Number of Strokes

8
shòu

Type

ideographic

Explanation

Depicts something being passed from one hand to another hand. Originally the middle component was the phonetic zhōu (boat), but it was later abbreviated.

Positional decomposition

爫冖又

Number of Strokes

8

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Example sentences using 承受 chéngshòu

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zhēng 承受 chéngshòu zhāo 咽喉 yān hóu 发炎 fāyán 之苦.

He is suffering from an inflamed throat.

zhè gēn 大梁 Dà liáng 承受 chéngshòu le 上面 shàng miàn céng de 全部 quánbù 重量 zhòngliàng .

This beam bears the whole weight of the upper floor.

bīng tài ,承受 chéngshòu 不了 bù le de 重量 zhòngliàng .

The ice is too thin to bear your weight.

āi , shì de , 你们 nǐ men 承受 chéngshòu 顾客 gùkè 付款 fùkuǎn de 风险 fēngxiǎn , 忘记 wàngjì le .

Ah, yes, you're bearing the risk if customers don't pay. I'd forgotten that.

考虑一下 Néng 承受 chéngshòu Huā 多少 duōshǎo 钱修一门上限 shàng xiàn shì 多少 duōshǎo

Consider how much you can afford to pay for a course, and what is your upper limit.

承受 chéngshòu Decomposition

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承受 chéngshòu Compounds

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