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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. to pull up; to pull out. (v)
  2. to draw out by suction. (v)
  3. to select; to pick. (v)
  4. to stand out (above level); to surpass. (v)
  5. to seize; to capture. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 8
Traditional :
Usage : 5.4%
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
拔掉
bá diào
: to pluck; to pull off; to pull out; to unplug
2.
拔牙
bá yá
: pull out a tooth
3.
海拔
hǎi bá
: height above sea level
Sentences:
1. He was pulling up the weeds from the lawn.
zhèng zài cǎo píng cǎo
: he
正在 : right now
草坪 : lawn
: in
: pull; pull up
杂草 : weeds
2. The dentist just pulled my tooth.
gāng gāng gěi le
牙医 : dentist
刚刚 : just
: for; to
: me
: pull
: particle indicating that something has happened
: tooth
3. The cork finally came out of the bottle.
zhōng píng sāi cóng píng zi le chū lái
终于 : finally
: particle used to shift the object to before the verb
瓶塞 : cork
: from
瓶子 : bottle
: in
: pull
: particle indicating that something has happened
出来 : out
4. We should dig up those weeds.
men děi xiē cǎo diào
我们 : we
: should
: particle used to shift the object to before the verb
那些 : those
野草 : weeds
拔掉 : to pluck; to pull off; to pull out; to unplug
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