操心

操心 cāoxīn

操心 cāoxīn Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 1 English Translations of the word 操心 cāoxīn .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
cāoxīn | cao1 xin1
English translation
to worry about

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Traditional form

操心 cāoxīn

Part of speech

Verb / 动词 dòng cí Dòngcí
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Etymology of 操心 cāoxīn

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cāo

Type

pictophonetic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. shǒu represents the meaning and zào represents the sound. Simplified form of .

Phonetic compound

zào

Semantic compound

shǒu

Positional decomposition

扌喿

Number of Strokes

16
xīn

Type

pictographic

Explanation

Pictograph of a heart.

Positional decomposition

Number of Strokes

4

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Example sentences using 操心 cāoxīn

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hěn 高兴 gāoxìng zài mèng wéi 我们 wǒmen 这么 zhè me 操心 cāoxīn . ”

I'm glad your dreams could take even that much trouble about us. "

但愿 dàn yuàn 不要 bù yào wéi 过于 guòyú 操心 cāoxīn le , tǐng Néng 照顾 zhàogu 自己 zìjǐ .

I wish you would stop fussing me about. I'm quite able to look after myself.

工作 gōngzuò 太累而且 érqiě 非常 fēicháng 操心 cāoxīn

He's overworking and has got a lot on his mind.

操心 cāoxīn Decomposition

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操心 cāoxīn Compounds

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  • cāo
    • xīn
      • gǎn
          • , ,
        • zǎi , sāi , , sāi , , xié , sāi , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , sāi
      • zǒng
        • cōng , zǒng ,
          • , ,
            • , , ,
          • , níng
        • , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
      • ēn
      • niàn
        • nián , niàn , rěn , niǎn , niè , rěn , niǎn , rěn , shěn , niàn , , , , , , , , , , nián
      • zhì
        • zhì , zhì , zhì , , , ,
      • rěn
        • niǎn , rěn , , , rèn ,
      • bēi
      • yuàn
        • yuān ,
      • huàn
        • huàn , huàn , ,
        • , , ,
      • mēn
      • Huì
        • suì , suì , huì , huì , huì , , , , , , , ,
      • huì
      • yōu
      • chóu
        • ,
      • huì
        • suì
      • è
        • ě , , ,
      • jiá
      • cōng
        • cōng
        • zǒng , zǒng , cōng , , , , , , cōng
        • , , , , ,
      • cōng
        • , cōng , zǒng , cōng , cōng , cōng , zǒng , , , , , , , zǒng , cōng , , ,
      • mèn
        • ruǐ , ruǐ
      • qìng
        • ,
      • xiàn
      • liàn
      • níng
        • ,
      • xiǎng , zěn , nín , yuàn , wàng , ě , kǒng , liàn , tài , , , , zhōng , huò , chéng , wèi , shù , , xuán , xīn , kěn , biē , bèi , yàng , sǒng , yǒng , dài , , , yǐn , tǎn , , 忿 fèn , hān , qìn , mèn , gàng , chéng , xuán , , qiān , yīn , duì , chǐ , kěn , xǐn , qìn , yìng , mín ,
      • tān , nèn , hào , huì , , zhé , , è , què , , , mǐn , , hùn , yìn , píng , chōng , , duì , mào , nǎn , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ài
      • , , , , , tài , , , , mǐn , , , sǒng , , , , , , , , bèi , , píng , , , , , , , , yīng , , , , duì , mèn , , , , gàng , , , , , ,
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