(pī)

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Meaning

  1. drape over one's shoulders
  2. split open
  3. open

Stroke Order

Traditional Chinese


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Pinyin Converter

  • pī > pi1

  • 1: First Tone 一声
  • 2: Second Tone 二声
  • 3: Third Tone 三声
  • 4: Fourth Tone 四声
  • 5: Fifth Tone (neutral) 五声

Words sharing similar characters

Hanzi Pinyin Meaning
猖披 chāng pī dishevelled/wild/unrestrained
昌披 chāng pī variant of 猖披[chāng pī]
重披战袍 chóng pī zhàn páo (fig.) to re-enter the fray/to return to a field of activity after a period of absence
戴月披星 dài yuè pī xīng see 披星戴月[pī xīng dài yuè]
纷披 fēn pī scattered/mixed and disorganized
披垂 pī chuí (of clothes, hair etc) to hang down and cover/to flow down
披风 pī fēng cloak/cape
披肝沥胆 pī gān lì dǎn lit. to open one's liver and drip gall (idiom)/wholehearted loyalty
披挂 pī guà to put on a suit of armor/to put on dress/to wear
披红 pī hóng to drape sb in red silk as a sign of honor
披甲 pī jiǎ to don armor
披肩 pī jiān cape/shawl/(of long hair) to trail over one's shoulders
披巾 pī jīn shawl
披荆斩棘 pī jīng zhǎn jí lit. to cut one's way through thistles and thorns (idiom)/fig. to overcome all obstacles on the way/to break through hardships/to blaze a new trail
披览 pī lǎn to pore over a book/to look and admire
披露 pī lù to reveal/to publish/to make public/to announce
披麻带孝 pī má dài xiào to wear mourning clothes/to be in mourning/also written 披麻戴孝
披麻戴孝 pī má dài xiào to wear mourning clothes/to be in mourning/also written 披麻帶孝|披麻带孝
披靡 pī mǐ to be swept by the wind/to be blown about by the wind/to be routed (in battle etc)
披萨 pī sà pizza (loanword)
披索 pī suǒ peso (currency in Latin America) (loanword)/also written 比索[bǐ suǒ]
披头散发 pī tóu sàn fà with dishevelled hair (idiom)/with one's hair down
披头士 Pī tóu shì the Beatles (music band)
披头四乐团 Pī tóu sì Yuè tuán the Beatles
披星带月 pī xīng dài yuè variant of 披星戴月[pī xīng dài yuè]
披星戴月 pī xīng dài yuè to travel or work through night and day/to toil away for long hours
披阅 pī yuè to peruse/to browse
身披羽毛 shēn pī yǔ máo feathered
所向披靡 suǒ xiàng pī mǐ to sweep everything before one/to be invincible (idiom)
昭披耶河 Zhāo pī yé Hé Chao Phraya River, the main river of Thailand
昭披耶帕康 Zhāo pī yé Pà kāng Chao Phraya Phra Klang (Royal Finance and External Affairs Minister), the honorary title of the 18th century official of the royal court of Thailand who translated 三國演義|三国演义[Sān guó Yǎn yì] (Romance of the Three Kingdoms) into Thai

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