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Pronunciation : qiǎng
Meaning :
  1. rob; loot. (v)
  2. snatch; wrest. (v)
  3. rush. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 7
Traditional : ( Stroke Order )
Usage : 6.1%
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
抢劫
qiǎng jié
: rob; loot; plunder
2.
抢先
qiǎng xiān
: forestall
3.
抢生意
qiǎng shēng yi
: undercut; hustle
4.
抢夺
qiǎng duó
: snatch; wrest; seize
Sentences:
1. I’ve been robbed!
bèi qiǎng le
: I
: (particle) used to form a set phrase with a passive meaning
: rob
: particle indicating that something has happened
2. People rushed to buy the shares.
rén men qiǎng zhe gòu mǎi piào
人们 : people
: rush
: added to a verb or adjective to indicate a continued action or state
购买 : buy
股票 : shares
3. The man robbed her bag.
nán zi qiǎng zǒu le de bāo bāo
: that
男子 : man
: rob
: away
: particle indicating that something has happened
她的 : her
包包 : bag
4. He spent four years in the jail for robbery.
yīn wèi qiǎng jié ér bèi pàn nián
: he
因为 : because of
抢劫 : robbery
: and, then
被判 : sentenced
入狱 : to go to jail; to be sent to prison
: four
: year
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