疲劳

疲劳 píláo

疲劳 píláo Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 4 English Translations of the word 疲劳 píláo .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
píláo | pi2 lao2
English translation
fatigue
wearily
weariness
weary

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Traditional form

疲勞

Part of speech

Adjective / 形容词 xíng róng cí Xíngróng cí
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Etymology of 疲劳 píláo

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Type

pictophonetic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. represents the meaning and represents the sound.

Phonetic compound

Semantic compound

Positional decomposition

疒皮

Number of Strokes

10
láo

Type

ideographic

Explanation

Simplified form of láo . Origin unclear.

Positional decomposition

cǎo 冖力

Number of Strokes

7

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Example sentences using 疲劳 píláo

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由于 yóuyú jiǎng dào tài jiǔ ,感觉 gǎnjué 非常 fēicháng 疲劳 píláo .

He felt very tired, for he preached for a long time.

忽视 hūshì 疲劳感 huì 打乱我们 wǒmen de 生物钟 shēng wù zhōng

Ignoring feelings of tiredness knocks our body clocks out of kilter.

缺乏 quēfá 锻炼 duànliàn huì 导致 dǎozhì 抑郁 yì yù 疲劳 píláo

Lack of exercise can lead to feelings of depression and exhaustion.

如果 rúguǒ 不得不 bùdébù 疲劳 píláo 驾驶 jiàshǐ jiù 开得平时 píngshí màn 一点 yī diǎn

If you have to drive when you are tired, go a little more slowly than you would normally.

疲劳 píláo Decomposition

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疲劳 píláo Compounds

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