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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. day; daytime. (n)
  2. daily; every day; a day and a night. (adv)
  3. sun. (n)
Radical :
Strokes : 4
Traditional :
Usage : 58.0%
1. March 15th is Consumer’s Right Day.
měi nián de 3 yuè 1 5 shì xiāo fèi zhě quán bǎo
3 1 5
每年 : every year
: used to form a noun phrase or nominal expression
3月 : March
15日 : 15th day
: is
消费者 : consumer
权益 : right
保护 : protect, protection
: day
2. It’s a gloomy day.
zhè shì lìng rén sàng de
: this
: is
一个 : a, one
令人 : (used in conjunction with a verb) cause someone to (be, feel, etc)
沮丧 : gloomy
: used to form a noun phrase or nominal expression
日子 : day
3. The city looks better and better every day.
chéng shì miàn mào jiàn gǎi shàn
城市 : city
面貌 : looks (noun)
: every day
: look (verb)
改善 : better
日见改善 : better and better every day.
4. In ancient China the sun, moon, and stars were jointly called the “three lights”.
zhōng guó dài yuè xīng tǒng chēng wéi sān guāng
中国 : China
古代 : ancient
: (preposition) used to shift the object to before the verb, which must be reduplicated or accompanied by some other word or expression
: sun
: moon
: star
统称 : jointly called
: be, act as
三光 : three lights
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