(pō)

HSK 6

Meaning

  1. to splash
  2. to spill
  3. rude and unreasonable
  4. brutish

Stroke Order

Traditional Chinese


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Pinyin Converter

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  • 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
活泼 huópo lively/vivacious
风泼 fēng pō crazy
活泼 huó po lively/vivacious/brisk/active/(chemistry) reactive
瓢泼 piáo pō (of rain) pouring
瓢泼大雨 piáo pō dà yǔ downpour (idiom)
瓢泼而下 piáo pō ér xià (of rain) to fall heavily
泼出去的水 pō chū qù de shuǐ spilt water/(fig.) sth that can not be retrieved/spilt milk
泼掉 pō diào spill
泼妇 pō fù shrew/vixen
泼妇骂街 pō fù mà jiē shouting abuse in the street like a fishwife
泼溅 pō jiàn to spatter
泼贱 pō jiàn base/worthless
泼贱人 pō jiàn rén slut/tramp (old)
泼辣 pō la shrewish/pungent/forceful/bold and vigorous
泼冷水 pō lěng shuǐ lit. to pour cold water on/fig. to dampen one's enthusiasm
泼水 pō shuǐ to sprinkle/to spill water
泼水节 Pō shuǐ jié Songkran (Thai New Year)
泼水难收 pō shuǐ nán shōu water once spilt cannot be retrieved (idiom)/irreversible change
泼物 pō wù evil creature (curse word)
泼烟花 pō yān huā low-class prostitute
泼脏水 pō zāng shuǐ (lit.) to splash dirty water/(fig.) to throw mud at/to smear (sb)
撒泼 sā pō to make an unreasonable scene
耍泼 shuǎ pō (dialect) to make an unreasonable scene
油泼扯面 yóu pō chě miàn broad, belt-shaped noodles, popular in Shaanxi, also known as ??麵|??面[biáng biáng miàn]

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HSK 6

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