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Pronunciation : huāng
Meaning :
  1. nervous; to get panicky. (adj)
  2. to lose one’s head. (adj)
  3. (coll.) (after 得) unbearably; terribly. (adv)
Radical :
Strokes : 12
Traditional : ( Stroke Order )
Usage : 4.5%
Notes : also as huǎng
Common Words / Phrases:
huāng máng
: in a great rush; in a flurry
huāng zhāng
: confused; flustered; nervous
jīng huāng
: panic
kǒng huāng
: panic; panicky; panic-stricken
1. Take your time, don’t hurry yourself.
màn màn lái yào huāng
慢慢来 : take it easy
不要 : don’t
: nervous, panic
2. He was in a funk.
gǎn dào jīng huāng shī cuò
: he
感到 : feel
惊慌失措 : to lose one’s head out of fear (idiom)
3. He lost his bottle after seeing the crowd.
kàn dào rén qún biàn de huāng zhāng lái
看到 : see; notice
人群 : crowd
: he
变得 : becomes
慌张 : flustered; nervous
起来 : beginning or continuing an action
4. She was in such a hurry to leave the court.
huāng máng de kāi le tíng
: she
慌忙 : in a great rush; in a flurry
: (particle) used after adverbial
离开 : leave
: particle indicating that something has happened
法庭 : court
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