翅膀 chìbǎng

翅膀 chìbǎng Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 5 English Translations of the word 翅膀 chìbǎng .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
chìbǎng | chi4 bang3
English translation
>[gè], duì
> duì [duì]

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About 翅膀 chìbǎng

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Traditional form

翅膀 chìbǎng

Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 翅膀 chìbǎng

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

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Example sentences using 翅膀 chìbǎng

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最初 zuìchū 粗糙 cūcāo de zài 墓碑 mù bēi shǎng de 骷髅 kū lóu 交叉 jiāochā de 大腿骨图形 tú xíng ,已为 dài 翅膀 chìbǎng de 天使 tiān shǐ suǒ 代替 dàitì .

The skull - and - crossbones crudely carved on the first tombstones was replaced by a winged cherub.

zhǐ diǎo de 翅膀 chìbǎng zài 无力 wú lì de 扑扇 pū shan zhāo .

The bird is beating feebly.

diǎo Néng yòng 翅膀 chìbǎng 飞行 fēi xíng .

Birds can fly with their wings.

diǎo 展开 zhǎnkāi le 翅膀 chìbǎng .

The bird stretched its wings.

zhǐ diǎo 抖动 dǒu dòng de 翅膀 chìbǎng .

The bird quivered its wings.

翅膀 chìbǎng Decomposition

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翅膀 chìbǎng Compounds

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