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Pronunciation : chōng
Meaning :
  1. fill. (v)
  2. act as. (v)
  3. pass … off as. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 6
Traditional :
Usage : 17.5%
Common Words / Phrases:
chōng mǎn
: full of; fill with
chōng dāng
: serve as
chōng diàn
: charge
chōng fèn
: full; ample; abundant
mào chōng
: pass oneself as; pretend to be
tián chōng
: fill up; stuff
1. His behavior filled her with disgust.
duì de háng wéi chōng mǎn le yàn
: she
: towards
: he
: (particle) used after an attribute; to
行为 : behavior
充满 : filled with
: (particle) used after an action that has taken place
厌恶 : disgust
2. My friend doesn’t understand English, so I act as interpreter.
péng you dǒng yīng chōng dāng fān
朋友 : friend
不懂 : don’t understand
英语 : English
: I
充当 : act as
翻译 : interpreter
3. They took full advantage of the hotel’s facilities.
men chōng fèn yòng guǎn de shè bèi
他们 : they
充分 : fully
利用 : use
旅馆 : hotel
: (particle) used after an attribute; to
设备 : facilities
4. He escaped by passing himself off as a guard.
mào chōng jǐng wèi táo zǒu le
: he
冒充 : pass oneself as
警卫 : guard
逃走 : escape
: (particle) used after an action that has taken place
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3 thoughts on “充”

  1. Hi Min Min. I’m a bit confused about saying Good Morning in Chinese. As I always use this website for learning, saying Good Morning is “zao shang hao”. But there is some say only “zao shang”. Does the word “hao” really need to say at the end of the sentence when saying good morning? Or is it only a formal way?

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