(chuí)

HSK 6

Meaning

  1. hammer
  2. weight

Stroke Order

Traditional Chinese


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Pinyin Converter

  • chuí > chui2

  • 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
拔钉锤 bá dīng chuí claw hammer
包剪锤 bāo jiǎn chuí rock-paper-scissors (game)
测锤 cè chuí bob of plumb line
秤锤 chèng chuí steelyard weights
锤骨 chuí gǔ malleus or hammer bone of middle ear
锤骨柄 chuí gǔ bǐng manubrium of malleus (handle of hammer bone), connecting ossicles 聽小骨|听小骨 to tympanum 鼓膜
锤头鲨 chuí tóu shā a hammerhead shark
锤子 chuí zi hammer/CL:把[bǎ]
大锤 dà chuí sledgehammer
电锤 diàn chuí rotary hammer/hammer drill
钉锤 dīng chuí nail hammer/claw hammer
纺锤 fǎng chuí spindle
雷神之锤 Léi shén zhī Chuí Quake (video game series)
气锤 qì chuí air hammer/pneumatic hammer
铅锤 qiān chuí bob of a plumbline
千锤百炼 qiān chuí bǎi liàn after hard work and numerous revisions (idiom)/the vicissitudes of life
琴锤 qín chuí mallet/drumstick
求锤得锤 qiú chuí dé chuí (neologism c. 2017) (slang) to demand proof of what one believes to be an unfounded accusation only to have irrefutable evidence duly supplied
实锤 shí chuí (neologism c. 2014) (slang) solid proof/irrefutable evidence
手锤 shǒu chuí mallet/drumstick
铜锤 tóng chuí mace (weapon)/see 銅錘花臉|铜锤花脸[tóng chuí huā liǎn]
铜锤花脸 tóng chuí huā liǎn (Chinese opera) tongchui hualian, a military character holding a bronze mace, classified as a jing 淨|净[jìng] role
一锤定音 yī chuí dìng yīn lit. to fix the tone with a single hammer blow/fig. to make the final decision
一锤子买卖 yī chuí zi mǎi mài a one-off, short-sighted deal/a one-shot, all-out attempt

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