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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. to crowd in; to cram in. (v)
  2. to squeeze … out (toothpaste; milk; etc.). (v)
  3. to find (time in one’s busy schedule). (v)
  4. to push one’s way; to force others aside. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 9
Traditional : ( Stroke Order )
Usage : 4.4%
Common Words / Phrases:
1.
拥挤
yōng jǐ
: crowd; push and squeeze
Sentences:
1. The street was packed with people.
dào shàng mǎn le rén
道路 : street
: on
挤满 : packed
: particle indicating that something has happened
: people
2. He elbowed his way onto the crowded bus.
shàng yōng de chē
: he
: to crowd in; to cram in
: up; onto
拥挤 : crowded
: particle used after an attribute; to
公共汽车 : bus
3. The library is crowded with students.
shū guǎn mǎn le xué sheng
图书馆 : library
挤满 : crowd; fill; be jammed with
: particle indicating that something has happened
学生 : student
4. There are a lot of traffic on the streets of Beijing.
běi jīng de jiāo tōng hěn yōng
北京 : Beijing
: particle used after an attribute; to
交通 : traffic
: is; very
拥挤 : crowd; push and squeeze
5. He has to milk the cow early in the morning.
zǎo jiù yào gěi nǎi niú nǎi
: he
一大早 : early in the morning
就要 : has to
: for
奶牛 : cow
: squeeze out
: milk
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