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Pronunciation : yūn
Meaning :
  1. dizzy. (v)
  2. faint. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 10
Traditional : ( Stroke Order )
Usage : 2.2%
Notes : also as yùn
Common Words / Phrases:
yūn dǎo
: fall in a faint; pass out
tóu yūn
: dizzy; giddy
1. He gets lightheaded after only a few sips.
cái le bēi jiù yūn le
: only
: drink
: particle indicating that something has happened
: few
: cup
: already
: dizzy
: modal particle intensifying preceding clause
2. I felt dizzy yesterday, but I am better now.
zuó tiān hái tóu yūn jīn tiān hǎo xiē le
昨天 : yesterday
: still
头晕 : dizzy
今天 : today
好些 : better
: modal particle intensifying preceding clause
3. He fainted on the spot on hearing the news.
tīng dào zhè xiāo hòu dāng chǎng yūn dǎo
: he
听到 : hear
: this
消息 : news
: after
当场 : on the spot
晕倒 : fainted
4. I felt dizzy this morning.
jīn tiān zǎo shang jiù jué tóu yūn yūn de
今天 : today
早上 : morning
: I
: already
觉得 : feel
: head
晕晕 : dizzy
: (particle) used after a verb or between a verb and its object to stress an element of the sentence
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