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Pronunciation : duī
Meaning :
  1. to pile up; to heap up. (v)
  2. a mass; pile; heap; stack. (n)
  3. pile. (measure word)
Radical :
Strokes : 11
Traditional :
Usage : 6.5%
Common Words / Phrases:
duī mǎn
: to pile up
duī jī
: to pile up; to heap
lā jī duī
: garbage heap
1. Don’t pile the rubbish up here.
bié duī zài zhè
: don’t
: particle used to shift the object to before the verb
垃圾 : rubbish
: to pile
: at
这里 : here
2. The clothes were bunched on the floor.
fu dōu duī zài shàng
衣服 : clothes
: all
: to pile up; to heap up
: at
地上 : floor
3. His tacked his room with books.
de fáng jiān duī mǎn le shū
他的 : his
房间 : room
: in; inside
堆满 : to pile up
: particle indicating that something has happened
: book
4. There was a pile of stones
yǒu duī shí tou
那里 : there
: have
: one
: a pile of
石头 : stone
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