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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. to rub. (v)
  2. to grind. (v)
  3. to polish; to sharpen. (v)
  4. to wear down; to die out. (v)
  5. to waste time. (v)
  6. to pester. (v)
  7. to insist. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 16
Traditional :
Usage : 5.2%
Notes : also as mò
Common Words / Phrases:
mó liàn
: temper oneself; steel oneself
xiāo mó
: wear down; fritter away; idle away; while away
mó miè
: obliterate; hardship
zhé mó
: torment; rack; torture
1. The herbs are ground together.
cǎo yào bèi zài
草药 : herbs
: (particle) used to form a set phrase with a passive meaning
: grind
在一起 : together
2. The work took its toll on us
zhè gōng zuò ràng men shòu jìn zhé
: this
工作 : work; job
: let
我们 : us
受尽 : suffer all kinds of troubles
折磨 : (n) torment; rack; torture
3. Stop torturing me.
yào zài zhé le
不要 : don’t
: again; once more
折磨 : (v) torture
: me
: particle indicating that something has happened
4. We grind up the wheat to make flour.
men xiǎo mài chéng miàn fěn
我们 : we
: particle used to shift the object to before the verb
小麦 : wheat
: grind
: become
面粉 : flour
5. He is burnishing the knife.
zhèng zài dāo
: he
正在 : in the process of
: burnish
: knife
6. The inscription on the stone had worn away.
zài shí tou shàng de wén sǔn le
: engrave
: at
石头 : stone
: on
: particle used after an attribute; to
文字 : script; writing
: already
磨损 : wear away
: particle indicating that something has happened
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