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Pronunciation : tuō
Meaning :
  1. to drag; to pull. (v)
  2. to delay; to drag on. (v)
  3. to trail. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 8
Traditional :
Usage : 5.5%
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
拖延
tuō yán
: delay; protract; drag
2.
拖鞋
tuō xié
: slippers
3.
拖把
tuō bǎ
: mop
4.
拖车
tuō chē
: trailer; pull cart
5.
拖累
tuō lěi
: encumber; be a burden on
6.
拖欠
tuō qiàn
: default; be behind in payment
7.
拍拖
pāi tuō
: be in deep love; make friends with the opposite sex
Sentences:
1. He walked with a drag.
tuō zhe zi zǒu
: he
: drag
: added to a verb or adjective to indicate a continued action or state
步子 : step
走路 : walking
2. Stop dragging. (Do not delay any longer)
yào zài tuō le
不要 : don’t
: again
: drag
: (particle) indicating a request or a command
3. He gave it a good mopping.
miàn hǎo hǎo de tuō le biàn
: he
: particle used to shift the object to before the verb
地面 : floor
好好 : nicely; properly
: (particle) used after adverbial
: mop
: particle indicating that something has happened
: one
: time
4. He was stalling for time to guess the correct answer.
tuō yán shí jiān lái cāi zhèng què àn
: he
拖延 : delay; protract; drag
时间 : time
: in order to
猜测 : guess
正确 : correct
答案 : answer
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