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Pronunciation : shú
Meaning :
  1. ripe; mature; opportune. (adj)
  2. cooked. (adj)
  3. familiar. (adj)
  4. skilled; skillful. (adj)
Radical :
Strokes : 15
Traditional :
Usage : 10.3%
Notes : also pronounced as shóu
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
成熟
chéng shú
: mature; ripe
2.
面熟
miàn shú
: to look familiar; familiar-looking
3.
熟悉
shú xī
: to be familiar with; to know well
Sentences:
1. The grapes are still green.
táo hái méi shú ne
葡萄 : grape
: still
: not; no
: ripe
: a particle used at the end of a declarative sentence to indicate that an action or situation is in progress
2. Be mature and stop acting as if you were a baby.
chéngs diǎn bié biǎo xiàn de xiàng hái zi
成熟 : mature
一点 : a bit
: don’t
表现 : act
: particle used to link a verb or an adjective to a complement which describes the manner or degree
: like
: measure word
孩子 : kid
3. He knows Beijing well.
duì běi jīng hěn shú
: he
: to; toward
北京 : Beijing
: very
: familiar
4. He was sound asleep.
shuì de hěn shú
: he
: sleep
: particle used to link a verb or an adjective to a complement which describes the manner or degree
: very
: sound asleep
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2 thoughts on “熟”

  1. Hello Min Min, I begin to read your website every day. 🙂 But now I have got some other questions. You write above “Usage: 10.3%”.

    What is the meaning of this number? I can only assume that it means a character with higher percentage number is used more frequently than a character with a lower number – is that correct? I wonder if it makes sense to focus first on all words with a higher number (>50%) to learn more the useful words in the beginning? Next question: I am curious what is the source for these numbers?

    Best regards, Martin

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