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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. broken; worn-out; damage. (adj)
  2. lousy. (adj)
  3. cut; cleave; split. (v)
  4. break. (v)
  5. spend. (v)
  6. expose. (v)
  7. defeat. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 10
Traditional :
Usage : 20.2%
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
破案
pò ‘àn
: solve a case
2.
破财
pò cái
: suffer unexpected personal financial losses
3.
破产
pò chǎn
: go bankrupt; go into bankruptcy
4.
破坏
pò huài
: ruin; destroy
5.
破解
pò jiě
: dismiss
6.
破碎
pò suì
: smash sth. to pieces; fragmentate
7.
破裂
pò liè
: break; breakdown
8.
突破
tū pò
: break through; effect a breakthrough
9.
打破
dǎ pò
: break
10.
冲破
chōng pò
: break through; breach
Sentences:
1. The trousers were completely worn out.
zi dōu bèi chuān le
穿
裤子 : trousers
: already
: (particle) used to form a set phrase with a passive meaning
穿 : wear
: worn-out
: (particle) used after an action that has taken place
2. The stone figures in this dilapidated temple are already in decay.
zhè zuò miào de shí xiàng jing làn kān
: this
: measure word
: torn; damaged
: temple
: in; inside
: (particle) used after an attribute; to
石像 : stone figure
已经 : already
破烂 : worn-out; tattered; ragged
不堪 : extreme
3. War necessarily causes misery and waste.
zhàn zhēng rán zào chéng tòng huài
战争 : war
必然 : necessarily; definitely
造成 : cause
痛苦 : misery
: and
破坏 : ruin; destroy; waste
4. He broke the record for the one-hundred meter dash.
le bǎi sài pǎo
: he
打破 : break
: (particle) used after an action that has taken place
: hundred
: meter
赛跑 : race
纪录 : record
5. He broke the window and ran away.
chuāng zi táo pǎo le
: he
打破 : break
窗子 : window
逃跑 : run away
: (particle) used after an action that has taken place
6. He became a monk because he was disillusioned with the world.
yīn kàn hóng chén ér chū jiā le
: he
: because of
看破 : see … through; be disillusioned with
红尘 : the world of mortals; human world
: and
出家 : become a monk / nun
: (particle) used after an action that has taken place
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