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Pronunciation : chuàn
Meaning :
  1. to string together. (v)
  2. to mix up. (v)
  3. to conspire. (v)
  4. bunch; classifier for rows or strings. (measure word)
Radical :
Strokes : 7
Traditional :
Usage : 3.6%
Common Words / Phrases:
chuàn tōng
: collude with; gang up
kè chuàn
: (an amateur) plays a part in a professional performance;be a guest performer
1. She threaded all of the beads onto the string.
suǒ yǒu zhū zi chuàn zài gēn xiàn shàng
: she
: particle used to shift the object to before the verb
所有 : all
珠子 : beads
: to string together
: at
: one
: measure word
线 : string
: on
2. She strung the pearls together.
zhēn zhū chuàn le lái
: she
: particle used to shift the object to before the verb
珍珠 : pearls
: to string together
: particle indicating that something has happened
起来 : indicating completeness or effectiveness
3. two bunches of keys
liǎng chuàn yào shi
: two
: bunch; measure word
钥匙 : key
4. The two men colluded as false witnesses.
liǎ chuàn tōng zuò wěi zhèng
: they
: both
串通 : collude with; gang up
: make
伪证 : false witnesses
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