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Pronunciation : zhāng
Meaning :
  1. open; spread; extend. (v)
  2. magnify; exaggerate. (v)
  3. look. (v)
  4. open for business. (v)
  5. set out; lay … on. (v)
  6. used for paper, paintings, leather, etc.; beds, tables, etc.; mouths and faces; bows. (measure word)
Radical :
Strokes : 7
Traditional : ( Stroke Order )
Usage : 34.1%
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
张开
zhāng kāi
: to open; to stretch out
2.
张大
zhāng dà
: manify; exaggerate
3.
张望
zhāng wàng
: peep; look around
4.
张贴
zhāng tiē
: paste; put up
5.
主张
zhǔ zhāng
: advocate; standpoint
6.
紧张
jǐn zhāng
: intense; nervous; strain
7.
慌张
huāng zhāng
: nervous
8.
夸张
kuā zhāng
: exaggerated
9.
开张
kāi zhāng
: open a business; begin doing business
Sentences:
1. Open your mouth.
zhāng kāi zuǐ
张开 : open
嘴巴 : mouth
2. She always wears such loud clothes.
zǒng chuān zhe kuā zhāng de
穿
: she
: always
穿 : wear
: verb plus 着 placed before another verb, indicating an accompanying action or state
夸张 : exaggerated
: (particle) used after an attribute; to
衣服 : clothes
3. During exams it is not permitted to look around.
kǎo shì shí dōng zhāng wàng
西
考试 : exams
: during
不许 : not allow
东张西望 : look in all directions
: east
: look, see
西 : west
: look, see
4. The shop is about to open for business.
shāng diàn yào kāi zhāng le
商店 : shop
: is about to
开张 : open for business
: (particle) used for an anticipated or presupposed action
5. Everybody please take out a piece of paper.
qǐng jiā chū zhāng zhǐ
: please
大家 : everybody
拿出 : take out, get out
: one
: measure word; piece
: paper
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