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Pronunciation : dāi
Meaning :
  1. foolish; stupid. (adj)
  2. blank. (adj)
  3. to stay ( same as “待” ). (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 7
Traditional :
Usage : 6.8%
Common Words / Phrases:
dāi zi
: fool; sucker
fā dāi
: to stare blankly; to be stunned; to be lost in thought
shū dāi zi
: bookworm; pedant; bookish fool
1. Why do you sit by the window and dream away?
wèi shé me zuò zài chuāng biān dāi ya
: you
为什么 : why
: sit
: at
窗边 : beside the window
发呆 : to stare blankly; to be stunned
: question tag
2. I’m not permanent here.
huì zhí dāi zài zhè li
: I
不会 : would not
一直 : always
: stay
: at
这里 : here
3. I don’t want to stay longer than necessary
xiǎng dāi de tài jiǔ
: I
不想 : don’t want
: stay
: particle used to link a verb or an adjective to a complement which describes the manner or degree
太久 : too long
4. He’s such a fool!
zhēn shì dāi zi
: he
: really
: is
: measure word
呆子 : fool
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