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Pronunciation : zhāi
Meaning :
  1. to pick (flowers, fruit etc) / to pluck. (v)
  2. to select. (v)
  3. to take / to borrow. (v)
  4. to remove / to take off (glasses, hat etc). (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 14
Traditional :
Usage : 2.8%
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
摘要
zhāi yào
: make a summary; roundup
Sentences:
1. The children went blackberrying.
hái men zhāi hēi méi
孩子们 : children
: go
: to pick (flowers, fruit etc) / to pluck
黑莓 : blackberry
2. The apples were taken off the tree.
píng guǒ bèi cóng shù shàng zhāi xià lái
苹果 : apple
: from
: tree
: on
: to pick (flowers, fruit etc) / to pluck
下来 : down
3. He took off his glasses.
yǎn jìng zhāi le xià lái
: he
: particle used to shift the object to before the verb
眼镜 : glasses
: to remove / to take off (glasses, hat etc)
: particle indicating that something has happened
下来 : down
4. She wrote a short summary of the content of the book.
wèi zhè běn shū xiě le jiǎn duǎn de zhāi yào
: she
: for
: this
本,个 : measure word
: book
: write
: particle indicating that something has happened
: one
简短 : short
摘要 : summary
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