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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. cherish; treasure. (v)
  2. pity; regret. (v)
  3. spare. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 11
Traditional :
Usage : 5.4%
Common Words / Phrases:
kě xī
: it’s a pity; it is to be regretted; feel pity for
zhēn xī
: treasure
tòng xī
: deeply regret; deplore
téng xī
: love dearly and have pity for
ài xī
: be sparing of; spare; treasure; cherish
1. What a shame you missed out on that job opportunity!
cuò guò le gōng zuò huì zhēn
错过 : miss
: particle indicating that something has happened
: that
: measure word
工作 : job
机会 : opportunity
: really
可惜 : what a pity!
2. He has always wanted to visit the Five Ridges, but never had the time.
zhí xiǎng lǐng zhǐ méi shí jiān
: he
一直 : all the while; always
: want to
: go
五岭 : Five Ridges
: only
只可惜 : unfortunately, but
: no
时间 : time
3. at any price / at all costs
qiè dài jià
不惜 : not hesitate; spare nothing
一切 : any; all
代价 : cost
4. We must cherish the time.
men yào zhēn shí jiān
我们 : we
: must
珍惜 : treasure
时间 : time
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