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shuǎi

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shuǎi Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 8 English Translations of the word shuǎi .

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Pīnyīn Pronunciation
shuǎi | shuai3
English translation
to throw
to fling
to swing
to leave behind
to throw off
to dump (sb)
to throw away, to fling, to discard

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About shuǎi

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Number of strokes

5

Traditional form

shuǎi

Contains the radical

yòng

Part of speech

Verb / 动词 dòng cí Dòngcí

Learning hint

The opposite of "to use" yòng

Etymology of shuǎi

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Type

ideographic

Positional decomposition

月乚
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Example sentences using shuǎi

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bèi yòng 后腿站立 zhàn lì 起来 qǐlai , 骑手 qí shǒu shuǎi le 下去 xià qù .

The horse reared up in fear, throwing its horsewoman off.

qiáo hěn 难过 nánguò ,因为 yīnwèi gāng bèi de 女朋友 nǚ péng you shuǎi le .

Joe is sad because he just got the gate from his girlfriend.

Lún 年龄 niánlíng , liǎ 已经 yǐjīng 不是 bú shi bào zhāo 枕头 zhěntou zài 床上打闹,或者 huòzhě ràng 人家 rénjiā lái shuǎi de xiǎo 娃娃 wáwa le .

The two young daughters sat on the bedroom couch watching him.

cāi bèi de 女友 nǚ yǒu 甩掉 shuǎi diào le .

I guess his girlfriend has given him the gate.

一旦 yīdàn biàn jiù 所有 suǒyǒu de 老朋友 lǎo péng you shuǎi le .

As soon as she became rich, she cast aside all her old friends.

Words with shuǎi

Explore 9 words and sayings that include the Chinese character shuǎi in their composition.

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FrequencySimplifiedMeaningTraditional
shuǎi to throw shuǎi
甩掉 shuǎi diào to throw off甩掉 shuǎi diào
甩卖 shuǎi mài to sell off cheap甩賣
甩手 shuǎi shǒu to swing one's arms甩手 shuǎi shǒu
甩开 shuǎi kāi to shake off甩開
甩头 shuǎi tóu to fling back one's head甩頭
甩开膀子 shuǎi kāi bǎng zi to go all out甩開膀子
甩袖子 shuǎi xiù zi to swing one's sleeve (in anger)甩袖子 shuǎi xiù zi
甩车 shuǎi chē to uncouple (wagons or trucks from a train)甩車

shuǎi Decomposition & Compounds

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shuǎi Decomposition

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