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Pronunciation : zhé
Meaning :
  1. to break; to snap sth off. (v)
  2. turn back. (v)
  3. a turn in the course of events. (v)
  4. lose. (v)
  5. fold. (v)
  6. reduce. (v)
  7. convince. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 7
Traditional :
Usage : 9%
Notes : also as zhē, shé
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
折断
zhé duàn
: break off
2.
折扣
zhé kòu
: discount
3.
对折
duì zhé
: fold the sheet of paper in two; fifty percent discount
4.
存折
cún zhé
: bankbook
5.
转折
zhuǎn zhé
: a turn in the course of events
6.
转折点
zhuǎn zhé diǎn
: breaking point
7.
曲折
qū zhé
: bending; zig
Sentences:
1. I need help to fold up all the invitations.
yào rén bāng zhè xiē qǐng jiǎn zhé hǎo
: I
需要 : need
: people
: help
: me; I
: particle used to shift the object to before the verb
这些 : these
请柬 : invitation
折好 : fold up
2. The branches were snapped off.
shù zhī bèi zhé duàn le
树枝 : branches
: by
折断 : snap off
: particle indicating that something has happened
3. I have a broken leg.
de tuǐ zhé le
我的 : my
: leg
骨折 : fracture; break
: particle indicating that something has happened
4. There is only a discount if it is a triple purchase.
zhǐ yǒu gòu mǎi sān jiàn cái huì yǒu zhé kòu
只有 : only
购买 : buy
: three
: measure word
: only … if
: will
: have
折扣 : discount
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