未来

未来 wèilái

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未来 wèilái Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 7 English Translations of the word 未来 wèilái .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
wèilái | wei4 lai2
English translation
future
tomorrow
CL:
>[gè]
approaching
coming
pending

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Traditional form

未來

Part of speech

Time word / 时间词 Shíjiān cí
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Etymology of 未来 wèilái

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wèi

Type

ideographic

Explanation

Similar to , with extra branches added. Based on the original meaning "tree trunk", now written as Méi . The current meaning is a phonetic loan.

Positional decomposition

一木

Number of Strokes

5
lái

Type

ideographic

Explanation

Simplified form of lái . Pictograph of wheat. The current meaning "come" is a phonetic loan. The original meaning "wheat" is now written as mài .

Positional decomposition

未丷

Number of Strokes

7

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未来 wèilái Decomposition

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未来 wèilái Compounds

See all 92 Chinese words that contain the characters that make up the word 未来 wèilái in their composition.

  • wèi
    • wèi
    • zhū
      • zhū , shū , zhū , zhū , zhū , zhū , zhū , zhū , zhū , shū , zhòu , zhū , zhū , zhū , , zhū , , , , , zhū , , zhū , ,
    • lěi
      • ǒu
      • hào , gēng , , yún , nòu , , , , jiā , chú , lóu , jiǎng , pǎng , yōu , lěi , , , , , , , , huō , lào , , tāng , , , , , , , , , ,
    • mèi , mèi , mèi , mèi , mèi , , , , Tái , mèi , , , , , , , ,
  • lái
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