爱护

爱护 àihù

爱护 àihù Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 4 English Translations of the word 爱护 àihù .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
àihù | ai4 hu4
English translation
to cherish
to treasure
to take care of
to love and protect

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Traditional form

愛護

Part of speech

Verb / 动词 dòng cí Dòngcí
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Come for Peace. Stay for Wisdom.

Etymology of 爱护 àihù

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ài

Type

ideographic

Explanation

Simplified form of ài .

Positional decomposition

⿱⿱爫冖友

Number of Strokes

10

Type

ideographic

Explanation

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

Positional decomposition

扌户

Number of Strokes

7

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Example sentences using 爱护 àihù

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gǒu Yáo 尾巴 wěiba 报答 bàodá 人们 rén men de 爱护 àihù .

A dog reacts to kindness by wagging its tail.

可以 kěyǐ 戒酒 jiè jiǔ ,戒烟 jiè yān , 真正 zhēnzhèng 爱护 àihù 自己 zìjǐ de 身体 shēntǐ .

He'd stop drinking and smoking, really take care of himself.

爱护 àihù Decomposition

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爱护 àihù Compounds

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