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Pronunciation : chāi
Meaning :
  1. to tear open; to tear down. (v)
  2. to dismantle. (v)
Radical :
Strokes : 8
Traditional :
Usage : 2.6%
Common Words / Phrases:
chāi chú
: demolish; remove; dismantle
chāi chuān
: give the lie to; unmask
chāi huǐ
: demolish
chāi sàn
: break down; break up
1. We tore down the door.
men mén chāi le
我们 : we
: particle used to shift the object to before the verb
: door
: to dismantle
: particle indicating that something has happened
2. The old building has been pulled down.
nèi zuò lăo jiàn zhù bèi chāi huĭ
: that
: measure word
: old
建筑物 : building
: already
: (particle) used to form a set phrase with a passive meaning
拆毁 : pull down
3. He unsealed the letter.
chāi kāi xìn
: he
: to tear open; to tear down
: open
: letter
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