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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. feel; stroke; touch. (v)
  2. feel for; grope for. (v)
  3. try to find out; feel out. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 13
Traditional :
Usage : 6.5%
Common Words / Phrases:
chù mō
: touch
zhuō mō
: predict; (usually used in the negative) fathom
mō suǒ
: grope; try to find out
tōu tōu mō mō
: covertly; on the sly
1. Please don’t touch the exhibits.
qǐnɡ chù zhǎn pǐn
: please
: do not
触摸 : touch
展品 : exhibits
2. He grope his way down the stairs in the dark.
zài hēi àn zhōng zhe xià lóu
: he
: at
黑暗 : dark
: in
: grope
: added to a verb or adjective to indicate a continued action or state
下楼 : go down stairs
3. I don’t get where he’s coming from.
méi qīng de
: I
: do not
摸清 : to know completely
他的 : his
底细 : ins and outs; exact details
4. She gently stroked the child’s head.
qīng qīng de le hái zi de tóu
: she
轻轻 : gently
: used after adverbial
: stroke
: particle
孩子 : child
: (particle) used after an attribute; to
: head
5. Just feel it.
: you
: feel; touch
: (used after a reduplicated verb or a verb phrase) try and see (what happens)
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