缩短

缩短 suōduǎn

缩短 suōduǎn Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 2 English Translations of the word 缩短 suōduǎn .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
suōduǎn | suo1 duan3
English translation
to curtail
to cut down

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About 缩短 suōduǎn

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Traditional form

縮短

Part of speech

Verb / 动词 dòng cí Dòngcí
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Etymology of 缩短 suōduǎn

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suō

Type

pictophonetic

Phonetic compound

宿

Semantic compound

Positional decomposition

纟宿

Number of Strokes

14
duǎn

Type

pictophonetic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. shǐ represents the meaning and dòu represents the sound.

Phonetic compound

dòu

Semantic compound

shǐ

Positional decomposition

矢豆

Number of Strokes

12

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Example sentences using 缩短 suōduǎn

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dāng 大气 dà qì 压力 yālì 增加 zēngjiā shí , 膜盒压紧 yā jǐn ér 缩短 suōduǎn .

When pressure is increased, the ancroid is squeezed , so It'shortens.

jiāng 世界纪录 shì jiè jì lù 缩短 suōduǎn le 10 miǎo

He has knocked 10 seconds off the world record.

缩短 suōduǎn Decomposition

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缩短 suōduǎn Compounds

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