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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. distinguish. (adj)
  2. something strange; something unusual. (adj)
  3. to surprise. (v)
  4. to differentiate. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 6
Traditional : ( Stroke Order )
Usage : 17%
Common Words / Phrases:
yì cháng
: unusual; abnormal; extremely;exceedingly
yì xìng
: opposite sex
tè yì
: exceptionally good; peculiar
chā yì
: difference; divergence; diversity
yōu yì
: be exceedingly good; excellent
guài yì
: monstrous; unusual
yì cǎi
: extraordinary splendour; radiant splendour
1. She has rarely associated with the other sex since her divorce.
hūn hòu jiù hěn shǎo xìng jiāo wǎng le
: she
离婚 : divorce
: after
: already; then
很少 : seldom
: with
异性 : opposite sex
交往 : to associate; to contact; association; contact
: particle indicating that something has happened
2. She entered a nursing school with an excellent score.
yōu de chéng kǎo xiào
: she
: with
优异 : excellent
: particle used after an attribute; to
成绩 : result; score
: exam
: in
护校 : nursing school
3. Neon lamps are radiant on the street at night.
wǎn shàng de xiǎo jiē hóng dēng fàng cǎi
晚上 : at night
: particle used after an attribute; to
小街 : street
霓虹灯 : neon lamp
大放异彩 : to emit brilliant lights.
4. The differences between Chinese and English are huge.
zhōng yīng wén chā hěn
中英文 : Chinese and English
差异 : differences
: very; is/are
: huge
5. The scorching sun is in the sky. The weather is extraordinarily hot.
liè dāng kōng tiān cháng yán
烈日 : sun in hot and fiery state.
当空 : high above in the sky
天气 : weather
异常 : extraordinarily
炎热 : hot
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