抽屉

抽屉 chōuti

抽屉 chōuti Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 1 English Translations of the word 抽屉 chōuti .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
chōuti | chou1 ti5
English translation
drawer

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About 抽屉 chōuti

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Traditional form

抽屜

Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 抽屉 chōuti

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chōu

Type

pictophonetic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. shǒu represents the meaning and yóu represents the sound.

Phonetic compound

yóu

Semantic compound

shǒu

Positional decomposition

扌由

Number of Strokes

8

Positional decomposition

尸世

Number of Strokes

8

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Example sentences using 抽屉 chōuti

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抽屉 chōuti tuī shǎng le .

She pushed the drawer closed.

那个 nà ge 女孩 nǚ hái zài Guān 抽屉 chōuti shí jiā le shǒu .

The girl jammed her hand when she closed the drawer.

zài 抽屉 chōuti luàn fān 什么 shénme ?

What are you burrowing around in my drawer for?

抽屉 chōuti dǎo kōng Hòu qǐng shǎng 干净 gānjìng zhǐ .

Please line the drawers with clean paper after you have emptied them.

不要 bù yào de 衣服 yīfu 随便 suíbiàn wǎng 抽屉 chōuti rēng , 它们 tā men 整齐 zhěngqí de fàng zài 里面 lǐ miàn .

Don't fling your clothes into the drawer, put them in neatly.

抽屉 chōuti Decomposition

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抽屉 chōuti Compounds

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