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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. a period of time; phase; stage. (n)
  2. scheduled time. (n)
  3. expect; await; look forward to. (v)
  4. used for things scheduled by periods. (measure word)
Radical :
Strokes : 12
Traditional :
Usage : 39.1%
Sentences:
1. Did you have a nice holiday?
jià guò de kuài ma
: you
假期 : holiday
: spend (time), pass (time), live
: (particle) used to link a verb or an adjective to a complement which describes the manner or degree
愉快 : happy, joyful, cheerful
: question marker
2. My passport is due to expire in two months.
de zhào zài guò liǎng yuè jiù dào le
我的 : my
护照 : passport
: further, over
: go beyond (a certain point of time)
: (numeral) two (same as 二)
: (measure word) before nouns without special measure words of their own
: month
: as soon as
到期 : expire
: (particle) indicating that something has happened or is about to happen
3. We look forward to the return of spring.
men dài zhe chūn tiān de dào lái
我们 : we
: look forward to
: wait for
期待 : expect, await, look forward to
: (particle) added to a verb or adjective to indicate a continued action or state, often with the particle 呢 at the end of the sentence
春天 : spring, springtime
: (particle) used to form a noun phrase or nominal expression
: arrive
: come
4. The short-term training class has been run three times.
duǎn xùn bān bàn le sān
: short
: train
: class
: set up, run
: (particle) used after an action that has taken place
: (numeral) three
: (measure word) used for things scheduled by periods
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