(sǒng)

HSK 6

Meaning

  1. shrug
  2. towering
  3. shock (alarm)

Stroke Order

Traditional Chinese


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Pinyin Converter

  • sǒng > song3

  • 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
高耸 gāo sǒng erect/towering/to stand tall
高耸入云 gāo sǒng rù yún tall and erect, reaching through the clouds (idiom)/used to describe tall mountain or skyscraper
耸动 sǒng dòng to shake (a part of one's body)/to shrug (shoulders)/to create a sensation/to incite
耸肩 sǒng jiān to shrug one's shoulders
耸立 sǒng lì to stand tall/to tower aloft
耸人听闻 sǒng rén tīng wén to sensationalize (idiom)/deliberate exaggeration to scare people
危辞耸听 wēi cí sǒng tīng to startle sb with scary tale
危言耸听 wēi yán sǒng tīng frightening words to scare people (idiom)/alarmist talk/reds under the beds

HSK 1

150 words

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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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