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Character mind map: 打 hit
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ID: 4208 Elementary
In Chinese, you often encounter single characters that have multiple related meanings. This has the potential to confuse learners because sometimes it is hard to make connections between component characters and their meanings within multiple-character words. That's why we created this Character Mind Map series, where we focus on characters and the words they make up. Today, we're talking about the character 打. You may know its original meaning which is 'to beat', but it's so much more than that! When combined with different words, the character 打 can mean to play, to call, or just to do. Let's check them out!
Thu Jul 04 2019 | Joe, Joy
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|牌||pái||mahjong tile; playing card; game pieces|
to hit; to beat
nǐ xǐhuan dǎrén ma ？
Do you like to punch people?
play the drum
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