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着凉 zháoliáng

着凉 zháoliáng Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 1 English Translations of the word 着凉 zháoliáng .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
zháoliáng | zhao2 liang2
English translation
to catch cold

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Traditional form

著涼

Part of speech

Adjective / 形容词 xíng róng cí Xíngróng cí
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Etymology of 着凉 zháoliáng

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zhāo

Explanation

Simplified form of zhù . Phonosemantic compound. cǎo represents the meaning and zhě represents the sound.

Positional decomposition

羊目

Number of Strokes

11
Liáng

Type

pictophonetic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. bīng represents the meaning and Jīng represents the sound. Simplified form of liáng .

Phonetic compound

Jīng

Semantic compound

bīng

Positional decomposition

冫京

Number of Strokes

10

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Example sentences using 着凉 zháoliáng

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外面 wài miàn 有点 yǒu diǎn Lěng , 当心 dāngxīn 着凉 zháoliáng .

It's chilly outside; be careful not to catch cold.

穿着 chuān zhuó 凉鞋 liáng xié jiù zǎi 衬衫 chènshān 下摆 xià bǎi méi 塞进裤子 kùzi

He wore sandals and old jeans and his shirt-tails weren't tucked in.

着凉 zháoliáng Decomposition

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着凉 zháoliáng Compounds

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