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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. break out. (v)
  2. projecting; sticking out. (v)
  3. suddenly. (adv)
Radical :
Strokes : 9
Traditional :
Usage : 24.9%
Common Words / Phrases:
tū chū
: prominent; extraordinary; outstanding
tū fā
: burst out or occur suddenly
tū pò
: break through; effect a breakthrough
tū rán
: suddenly; unexpectedly
chōng tū
: conflict
tū wéi
: to break out of an encirclement; to break a siege
1. Our troops soon broke through.
men de jūn duì hěn kuài jiù wéi le
我们的 : our
军队 : troop
: very
: fast
: already
突围 : to break out of an encirclement; to break a siege
: (particle) used after an action that has taken place
2. It suddenly started to shower.
rán xià zhèn
突然 : suddenly
: fall
: beginning or continuing an action
阵雨 : shower
3. The heavy downpour took people by surprise.
zhè chǎng bào lái de zhēn rán
: this
: measure word
大暴雨 : heavy downpour
: come
: used after a verb or an adjective to express possibility or capability
: (used for emphasis) really
: really
突然 : sudden
4. He’s very large in the political world.
zài zhèng jiè biǎo xiàn shí fèn chū
: he
: at
政界 : political world
表现 : performance
十分 : very
突出 : outstanding
5. The protesters clashed with the police.
kàng zhě jǐng chá shēng le chōng
抗议者 : protester
: and
警察 : police
发生 : happen
: (particle) used after an action that has taken place
冲突 : conflict
发生冲突 : clash
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