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Pronunciation : dǎn
Meaning :
  1. gall bladder. (n)
  2. courage; guts. (n)
  3. the gall; the nerve. (n)
Radical :
Strokes : 9
Traditional : ( Stroke Order )
Usage : 6.6%
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
胆子
dǎn zi
: courage; nerve; guts
2.
胆敢
dǎn gǎn
: to dare (negative connotation); to have the audacity to (do sth)
3.
胆怯
dǎn qiè
: timid; cowardly
4.
大胆
dà dǎn
: brazen; audacious; outrageous; bold; daring; fearless
5.
胆小
dǎn xiǎo
: cowardice; timid
6.
胆量
dǎn liàng
: courage; boldness; guts
7.
提心吊胆
tí xīn diào dǎn
: (saying) to be very scared and on edge
8.
胆大
dǎn dà
: daring; bold; audacious
Sentences:
1. Don’t be so chicken, just go!
yào zhè me dǎn xiǎo ba
不要 : don’t
这么 : so; like that; this way
胆小 : timid; cowardice
: go
: used at the end of a sentence, to indicate a suggestion, a request, or a command
2. Charlie, you yellow-belly.
chá zhè ge dǎn xiǎo guǐ
查理 : Charlie
: you
: this
: measure word
胆小鬼 : coward; craven; scaramouch
3. We must tackle these tasks boldly.
men dǎn de jiě jué zhè xiē wèn
我们 : we
必须 : must
大胆 : brazen; audacious; outrageous; bold; daring; fearless
: (particle) used after adverbial
解决 : solve
这些 : these
问题 : problems; issues
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