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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. to float. (v)
  2. superficial. (adj)
  3. floating; unstable; movable. (adj)
  4. temporary. (adj)
  5. slapdash. (adj)
  6. empty. (adv)
  7. surplus; superfluous. (adj)
Radical :
Strokes : 10
Traditional :
Usage : 5.7%
Common Words / Phrases:
piāo fú
: to float; to hover; also written 漂浮
qīng fú
: frivolous; careless; giddy
fú xiàn
: to appear before one’s eyes; to come into view
fú qǐ
: to float; to emerge
fú shàng
: to float up; to rise to the surface; fig. to rise in the world
1. There are many petals floating on the surface of the water.
shuǐ shàng zhe xiē huā bàn
水上 : on the surface of the water
: float
: added to a verb or adjective to indicate a continued action or state
一些 : some
花瓣 : petal
2. The magician levitated the woman.
shù shī zi zài kōng zhōng
魔术师 : magician
: particle used to shift the object to before the verb
: that
女子 : woman
: float; levitate
: at
空中 : in the air
3. Cork can float on water.
ruǎn néng zài shuǐ miàn
软木 : cork
: can
: float
: at
水面 : the water’s surface
4. Clouds are floating in the blue sky.
tiān kōng zhōng piāo zhe duǒ bái yún
天空中 : in the sky
飘浮 : float
: added to a verb or adjective to indicate a continued action or state
: a few; some
: measure word
白云 : white cloud
5. Dust particles suspended in the air.
chén āi piāo zài kōng zhōng
尘埃 : dust
漂浮 : suspend; float
: at
空气 : air
: in
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