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Pīnyīn Pronunciation
dì | di4
English translation
to hand over
to pass on sth
to gradually increase or decrease
progressively
to deliver, to hand over; substitute

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Number of strokes

10

Traditional form

Contains the radical

chuò

Part of speech

Verb / 动词 dòng cí Dòngcí

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walk

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Type

pictophonetic

Positional decomposition

辶弟

Semantic compound

chuò

Phonetic compound

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. chuò represents the meaning and represents the sound. Simplified form of .
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qǐng běn Shū 递给 hǎo ?

Will you have the kindness to hand me that book?

邮递员 yóu dì yuán páo kāi le , gǒu zài 身后 shēn hòu 紧追 jǐn zhuī zhāo yāo yǎo .

The postman ran away with the dog nipping at his heel.

lǎo Chéng 递给祥子 Zhī yān ,祥子 Yáo le Yáo tóu .

Old Cheng offered him a cigarette but Xiangzi shook his head.

wéi —— zài 船边 de 绳索 shéng suǒ 过来 guò lái —— zài 什么 shénme dāi !

Come -- out with your spring - line -- what're you about there!

gěi duǒ 玫瑰花 méi guī huā , 宝贝 bǎobèi , zài wǎng zhǐ 水晶 shuǐ jīng 杯子 bēizi 给我 dǎo 最后 zuìhòu jiǔ . ”

Reach me a rose, honey, and pour me a last drop into that there crystal glass. "

Words with

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FrequencySimplifiedMeaningTraditional
传递 chuán dì to transmit傳遞
快递 kuài dì express delivery快遞
to hand over
递交 dì jiāo to present遞交
邮递员 yóu dì yuán mailman郵遞員
递增 dìzēng incremental遞增
投递 tóu dì to deliver投遞
速递 sù dì courier速遞
递减 dì jiǎn gradually falling遞減
递送 dì sòng to deliver遞送
邮递 yóu dì to mail郵遞
专递 zhuān dì courier專遞
递质 dì zhì neurotransmitter遞質
投递员 tóu dì yuán courier投遞員
递进 dì jìn gradual progress遞進
呈递 chéng dì to present呈遞
特快专递 tè kuài zhuān dì express mail特快專遞
递补 dì bǔ to substitute遞補
递归 dì guī recursion遞歸
转递 zhuǎn dì to pass on轉遞
递解 dì jiè to escort a criminal under guard (in former times)遞解
传递者 chuán dì zhě messenger傳遞者
递条子 dì tiáo zi to pass a message遞條子

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Decomposition

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Time went by until, one day, the now old young boy accidentally glimpses his own reflection in a pond. The Dragon smiled back.

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