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Pronunciation : tīng
Meaning :
  1. listen; hear. (v)
  2. heed; obey; listen to. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 7
Traditional :
Usage : 36.5%
1. I’ve never heard such beautiful music before.
méi tīng guo zhè yàng hǎo de yīn yuè
: I
: never
: hear
: used after a verb to indicate the completion of an action
这样 : such
: good
: (possessive particle) of
音乐 : music
2. Please hear me out.
qǐng tīng shuō wán
: please
: listen
: I
: talk
: finish
3. She’s right, so of course I’ll do what she says.
shuō yǒu dāng rán tīng de
: she
: talk
: used after a verb or an adjective to express possibility or capability
有理 : reasonable
: I
当然 : of course
: listen, obey
: (particle) used after a verb or between a verb and its object to stress an element of the sentence
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