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Pronunciation : cái
Meaning :
  1. wealth; money; riches; property. (n)
Radical :
Strokes : 7
Traditional : ( Stroke Order )
Usage : 17.8%
Common Words / Phrases:
cái chǎn
: properties (of person,firm)
cái fù
: wealth; riches
qián cái
: wealth; money
fā cái
: to get rich
1. The addicted gambler lost more than half of his wealth to gambling.
zhè guǐ de cái chǎn shū diào le bàn
: this
: measure word
赌鬼 : addicted gambler
: particle used to shift the object to before the verb
自己 : oneself
: particle used after an attribute; to
财产 : wealth
输掉 : lose
: particle indicating that something has happened
一大半 : half
2. He’ll go to any lengths to get rich.
wéi le cái shǒu duàn
为了 : in order to
发财 : to get rich
: he
不择手段 : resort to every expedient; unscrupulously
3. He’s thirsty for power and wealth.
wàng huò quán cái
: he
渴望 : thirst for; long for
获得 : gain
权力 : power
: and
财富 : wealth
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