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Pronunciation : chōu
Meaning :
  1. to draw out; to pull out from in between. (v)
  2. to remove part of the whole. (v)
  3. (of certain plants) to sprout or bud. (v)
  4. to whip or thrash. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 8
Traditional :
Usage : 8.4%
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
抽出
chōu chū
: to take out; to extract
2.
抽屉
chōu ti
: drawer
3.
抽空
chōu kōng
: manage to find time
4.
抽取
chōu qǔ
: draw out
5.
抽烟
chōu yān
: to smoke (a cigarette, tobacco)
6.
抽筋
chōu jīn
: knot; pull out a tendon
Sentences:
1. He took a note out of his wallet.
cóng qián bāo chōu chū zhāng chāo piào
: he
: from
钱包 : wallet
: in; inside
抽出 : to take out; to extract
: one
: measure word
钞票 : note
2. He usually smokes 15 butts a day.
tōng cháng měi tiān chōu zhī yān
1 5
: he
通常 : usually
每天 : every day
: (verb) smoke
: measure word
: cigarette
3. I can spare (you) 5 minutes.
néng wéi chōu chū fēn zhōng
5
: I
: can
为你 : for you
抽出 : spare; to take out; to extract
分钟 : minute
4. I also made time to buy a present for you.
hái chōu kòng gěi mǎi jiàn
: I
: still
抽空 : manage to find time
: for
: you
: buy
: one
: measure word
礼物 : present
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