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Pronunciation : tuī
Meaning :
  1. push; wheel. (v)
  2. push forward; promote; advance. (v)
  3. push away; shirk; shift. (v)
  4. put off; postpone. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 11
Traditional :
Usage : 24.0%
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
推动
tuī dòng
: promote
2.
推翻
tuī fān
: overturn; overthrow; repudiate
3.
推荐
tuī jiàn
: recommend
4.
推出
tuī chū
: to release
5.
推销
tuī xiāo
: to market; to sell
Sentences:
1. They pushed the cart out of the mud.
men chē zi tuī chū kēng
他们 : they
: used to shift the object to before the verb, which must be reduplicated or accompanied by some other word or expression.
车子 : cart
: push
: out
: mud
: hole
2. The ending of the story pushed the performance to another climax.
shì de jié zài jiāng yǎn chū tuī xiàng gāo cháo
故事 : story
: (particle) used after an attribute
结局 : ending
: again
: one
: (measure word) time
: (preposition) with, by means of
演出 : perform
推向 : to push something(to a direction)
高潮 : climax
3. Don’t try to shove all the work onto me!
bié gōng zuò dōu tuī gěi
: do not
: used to shift the object to before the verb, which must be reduplicated or accompanied by some other word or expression
工作 : work
: all
: shove
: give
: I
4. We have to get on with this job, we can’t put it off day after day.
Zhè xiàng gōng zuò děi zhuā jǐn néng lǎo shì wǎng hòu tuī
: this
: (measure word) used for itemized things
工作 : work, job
: need, must
抓紧 : take charge of; be responsible for
不能 : can not
老是 : always, all the time
: towards, to
: behind, back
: postpone
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