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Pronunciation : fēn
Meaning :
  1. numerous. (adj)
  2. confused. (adj)
Radical :
Strokes : 7
Traditional : ( Stroke Order )
Usage : 8.4%
Common Words / Phrases:
fēn fēn
: one after another; in succession; one by one; continuously
fēn luàn
: numerous and disorderly
jiū fēn
: dispute; entanglement (law)
bīn fēn
: vast and various; rich and diverse
fēn zhēng
: to dispute
wǔ cǎi bīn fēn
: all the colors in profusion (idiom); a garish display
1. The leaves are gradually falling from the trees.
shù fēn fēn cóng shù shàng diào xià lái
树叶 : leaves
纷纷 : one after another
: from
树上 : on the tree
: fall
下来 : come down
2. The fireworks in the sky on the evening were very colorful, and beautiful.
jīn wǎn de yān huā cǎi bīn fēn fēi cháng hǎo kàn
今晚 : tonight
: particle used after an attribute; to
烟花 : fireworks
五彩缤纷 : all the colors in profusion (idiom); a garish display
非常 : very
好看 : nice-looking; good (of a movie, book, TV show etc);
3. The teacher in charge of our class had to reconcile disputes among the students.
bān zhǔ rèn tiáo jiě xué shēng zhōng de jiū fēn
班主任 : class teacher
必须 : have to; must
调解 : mediate; to bring parties to an agreement
学生 : student
: among
: particle used after an attribute; to
纠纷 : dispute
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