(pō)

HSK 6

Meaning

  1. rather
  2. quite
  3. inclined to one side

Stroke Order

Traditional Chinese


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Pinyin Converter

  • pō > po1

  • 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
德宏傣族景颇族自治州 Dé hóng Dǎi zú Jǐng pō zú zì zhì zhōu Dehong Dai and Jingpo autonomous prefecture in west Yunnan, surrounded on three sides by Myanmar (Burma), capital Luxi 潞西市
景颇 Jǐng pō Jingpo ethnic group of Tibet and Yunnan
景颇族 Jǐng pō zú Jingpo ethnic group of Tibet and Yunnan
廉颇 Lián Pō Lian Po (327-243 BC), famous general of Zhao 趙國|赵国, repeatedly victorious over Qin 秦國|秦国 and Qi 齊國|齐国
偏颇 piān pō biased/partial
颇多 pō duō (quite) a lot/many
颇具 pō jù rather/quite/to have much
颇为 pō wéi rather/quite

HSK 1

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HSK 2

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HSK 3

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HSK 4

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HSK 5

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HSK 6

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