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Pronunciation : wàng
Meaning :
  1. roaring. (adj)
  2. flourishing. (adj)
  3. blooming. (adj)
Radical :
Strokes : 8
Traditional :
Usage : 2.2%
Common Words / Phrases:
wàng jì
: peak period
wàng shèng
: prosperous; exuberant
xīng wàng
: flourishing
1. This kind of plant has exuberant vitality.
zhè zhǒng zhí yǒu wàng shèng de shēng mìng
这种 : this kind of
植物 : plant
: has
旺盛 : exuberant
: (particle) used after an attribute; to
生命力 : vitality
2. It should be the peak season for traveling in Bali.
xiàn zài běn yīng shì dǎo zuì fán máng de yóu wàng
现在 : now
本应 : should be
: is
巴厘岛 : Bali
: most
繁忙 : busy
: (particle) used after an attribute; to
旅游 : traveling
旺季 : peak period
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2 thoughts on “旺”

  1. Stupid question but why 王 pronounced wáng, while 旺 is pronounced wàng, is because the tone of the radical is always used e.g rì 日.

    1. Hi Matt,
      Some of the Chinese words are pronounced based on the radical or component.
      But the tone of the word 旺 is not related to the radical.

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