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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. to show something remaining. (adj)
  2. more than something. (adj)
  3. to be beyond something. (n)
Radical :
Strokes : 7
Traditional : ( Stroke Order )
Usage : 16.4%
Common Words / Phrases:
shèng yú
: surplus; remainder
duō yú
: excessive; surplus; unnecessary
qí yú
: the rest; the remainder
yè yú
: sparetime; after-hours
wú yú
: completely
1. The large conference hall can seat more than 500 people.
xíng huì shì néng róng rén jiù zuò
5 0 0
大型 : large; big
会议室 : conference hall
: can
容纳 : hold; have a capacity of; accommodate; take; seat
: more than something
: people
就座 : take one’s seat; be seated; sit; seat
2. I always spend my time on swimming and keeping fit.
cháng yòng shí jiān yóu yǒng jiàn shēn
: I
: always
利用 : use
业余 : sparetime; after-hours
时间 : time
游泳 : swim
: and
健身 : keep fit
3. He threw away the rest.
shèng de dōng rēng diào le
: he
: particle used to shift the object to before the verb
剩余 : surplus; remainder
: particle used after an attribute; to
东西 : thing; stuff
: all
扔掉 : throw away
: particle indicating that something has happened
4. Do you have spare money?
yǒu duō de qián
: you
: have
多余 : extra; excessive; surplus; unnecessary
: particle used after an attribute; to
: money
: question tag
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