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Pronunciation : wēn
Meaning :
  1. warm. (adj)
  2. mild. (adj)
  3. warm … up. (v)
  4. revise. (v)
  5. recall. (v)
  6. temperature. (n)
Radical :
Strokes : 12
Traditional : ( Stroke Order )
Usage : 13.3%
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
温度
wēn dù
: temperature
2.
温和
wēn hé
: kindly; gentle
3.
温暖
wēn nuǎn
: sense the warmth; warm
4.
温柔
wēn róu
: gentle and soft
5.
温习
wēn xí
: review; brush up
6.
温度计
wēn dù jì
: thermometer
7.
保温
bǎo wēn
: preserve heat; heat preservation
8.
体温
tǐ wēn
: body temperature
9.
温馨
wēn xīn
: gentle and fragrant; warm
Sentences:
1. The water was tepid.
shuǐ shì wēn de
: that
: water
: is
: tepid
: (particle) used after a verb or between a verb and its object to stress an element of the sentence
2. She sheds warmth and happiness around her.
gěi zhōu wéi de rén dài lái wēn nuǎn xìng
: her
: give
周围 : surround; around
: (particle) used after an attribute; to
: people
带来 : bring
温暖 : warmth
: and
幸福 : happiness
3. His apartment is a simple one, but love makes it a nice place.
de jiā suī rán jiǎn lòu dàn hěn wēn xīn
他的 : his
: house
虽然 : although
简陋 : simple
: but
: very
温馨 : warm
4. You’d be best to warm up the leftovers before eating them again.
zuì hǎo shèng fàn wēn wēn zài chī
: you
最好 : better; best
: used to shift the object to before the verb, which must be accompanied by some other expression.
剩饭 : leftover
: warm up
: used in the middle of a reduplicated verb
: then
: eat
5. The road is iced up, which indicates that the temperature is below zero.
shàng jié bīng le biǎo shì wēn shì líng xià
: road
: on
结冰 : ice up
: (particle) used after an action that has taken place
表示 : indicate
温度 : temperature
: is
: zero
: below
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