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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. dishonour; disgrace. (n)
  2. to insult;. (v)
  3. to bring disgrace or humiliation to. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 10
Traditional :
Usage : 3.2%
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
耻辱
chǐ rǔ
: shame; disgrace; humiliation
2.
污辱
wū rǔ
: humiliate; insult
3.
侮辱
wǔ rǔ
: insult; humiliate
4.
淫辱
yín rǔ
: rape(seduce) and insalt
Sentences:
1. Jane was expelled from school for insulting the principal in front of the whole class.
jiǎn yīn zài quán bān miàn qián xiào cháng ér bèi kāi chú
: Jane
: because of
: at
全班 : whole class
面前 : in front of
侮辱 : insult
校长 : principal
: and
: (particle) used to form a set phrase with a passive meaning
开除 : expel; sack
2. It’s an insult to American womanhood.
zhè shì duì měi guó xìng de zhǒng
这是 : this is
: to
美国 : America
女性 : women
: particle used after an attribute; to
一种 : one kind of
侮辱 : insult
3. This is really a disgrace.
zhè zhēn shi chǐ
: this
: really
: is
: measure word
耻辱 : disgrace
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4 thoughts on “辱”

  1. “get the bird” – the dictionary says this means to be dismissed, but I do not think I have ever seen it used like that. Another meaning is far more common: “to be booed or jeered at”.

  2. Hi Min Min

    I think the pinyin on example three needs adjustment.

    In the US, to get the “bird” is to be given a rude, insulting gesture.

    Regards
    Art

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