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Pronunciation : méi
Meaning :
  1. bad luck. (n)
  2. mould. (n)
  3. mildew. (n)
Radical :
Strokes : 15
Traditional :
Usage : 1.7%
Common Words / Phrases:
fā méi
: go mouldy
dǎo méi
: have bad luck
1. He was unlucky enough to lose his wallet.
diū le qián bāo zhēn shi tài dǎo méi le
: he
: lost
: particle indicating that something has happened
钱包 : wallet
真是 : really
: too
倒霉 : bad luck; unlucky
2. An unlucky day.
dǎo méi de tiān
倒霉 : unlucky
: particle used after an attribute; to
一天 : a day
3. The mould was formed in the bread.
miàn bāo méi le
面包 : bread
发霉 : go mouldy
: particle indicating that something has happened
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