(shù)

HSK 6

Meaning

  1. vertical
  2. to erect
  3. vertical stroke

Stroke Order

Traditional Chinese


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Pinyin Converter

  • shù > shu4

  • 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
横眉竖眼 héng méi shù yǎn to scowl fiercely/to glare
横七竖八 héng qī shù bā in disorder/at sixes and sevens (idiom)
横三竖四 héng sān shù sì in disorder/in a tremendous mess
横竖 héng shu anyway
横竖劲儿 héng shù jìn er firmness of determination
横说竖说 héng shuō shù shuō to explain sth over and over again/to repeat
横躺竖卧 héng tǎng shù wò to lie down all over the place/exhausted and in disarray
横挑鼻子竖挑眼 héng tiāo bí zi shù tiāo yǎn to pick on sth incessantly (idiom)/to criticize right and left
竖笔 shù bǐ vertical stroke (in Chinese characters)
竖笛 shù dí recorder/(Tw) clarinet
竖钩 shù gōu vertical stroke with a hook at the end (in Chinese characters)
竖井 shù jǐng vertical shaft (for mining, ventilation systems etc)
竖立 shù lì to erect/to set upright/to stand
竖起 shù qǐ to erect (a tent etc)/to prick up (one's ears)/to raise (one's eyebrows)/to stick up (one's thumb)/to turn up (one's collar)/(of a bird) to puff up (one's feathers)
竖起大拇指 shù qǐ dà mu zhǐ to give a thumbs-up/to express one's approval
竖起耳朵 shù qǐ ěr duo to prick up one's ears/to strain to hear sth
竖琴 shù qín harp
竖式 shù shì standing/vertical
竖提 shù tí stroke? in Chinese characters (e.g. 以[yǐ])
竖弯钩 shù wān gōu 乚 stroke in Chinese characters
竖折 shù zhé (downwards-starting right angle character stroke)
竖直 shù zhí vertical/to erect/to set upright/vertical stroke in Chinese characters/young servant (old)
阉竖 yān shù eunuch (contemptuous appellation)

HSK 1

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HSK 2

150 words

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HSK 3

300 words

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HSK 4

600 words

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HSK 5

1300 words

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HSK 6

2500 words

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