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The Chinese character 么 - Chinese-German Dictionary HanDeDict

么

traditional variants: 
, (, )
pronunciation (Pinyin): 
yāo, me, ma, (mo, )
pronunciation (Cantonese): 
historical pronunciation (Tang): 
qeu
 
Kangxi radical: 

Stroke order

么: Stroke order

Styles of writing

么: regular script
regular script

么: regular script (using a pen)
regular script (using a pen)

么: semi-cursive script
semi-cursive script

么: clerical script
clerical script

么: serif (Songti/Mingti)
serif (Songti/Mingti)

么: Fangsongti
Fangsongti

么: sans serif
sans serif

么: rounded
rounded

Meaning of 么 when used as a word

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    [ ]   (me)

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  1.  (Fragepartikel der Umgangssprache)

    [ ]   (ma)

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  1.  n   Satzpartikel zur Betonung e. logischen Schlussfolgerung

    [ ]   (me)

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  1.  (Fragepartikel der Umgangssprache)

Examples: words that contain the character 么 - HSK level A

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    [ ]   (shénme)   other pronunciations: shénme

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  1.  was
  2.  welcher

    [ ]   (shénme)

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  1.  pron was
example:  ?  Was ist das?
  2.  pron irgend etwas
  3.  int Wie bitte? Was?

    [ ]   (zěnme)

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  1.  inwiefern
  2.  wie, auf welche Art
  3.  wieso

    [ ]   (nàme)

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  1.  so, derart, dann, ungefähr, also dann
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    [ ]   (zhème)

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  1.  adv so, solche(r/s)
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    [ ]   (wèishénme)

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  1.  adv warum, weshalb, wieso

    [ ]   (nàme)

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  1.  also
  2.  auf diese Weise

Example: word that contains the character 么 - HSK level B

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    [ ]   (méishénme)

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  1.  es macht nichts
  2.  nicht so schlimm

Example: word that contains the character 么 - HSK level D

    [ ]   (yàome)

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  1.  entweder ... oder

Further example words that contain the character 么

    [ ]   (shénmede)

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  1.  und so weiter
  2.  und dergleichen

    [ ]   (nǐshuōshénme)

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  1.  int Was hast Du gesagt? ( Was sagst du ? )
  2.  int Wie bitte?

    [ ]   (gànshénme)

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  1.  was tun?

    [ ]   (tāqíshíméinàmexǐhuānnǐ)

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  1.  Er steht einfach nicht auf Dich (Filmtitel, He's just not that into you)   [art]

    (zěnmebàn)

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  1.  Was soll man tun?

    [ ]   (shénme)

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  1.  pron was

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    [ ]   (zěnmeyàng)

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  1.  was ist mit...
  2.  wie wäre es, wenn ...
  3.  wie ...

    [ ]   (nǐzàigànshénme ?)

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  1.  Was machst du?

    [ ]   (zěnmele)

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  1.  Was ist passiert?
  2.  Was ist los?

    [ ]   (duōme)

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  1.  int wie…!, was für ein…!, welch ein…!
example:  新鲜水果 Was für frisches Obst!

    [ ]   (bùzěnme)

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  1.  adj nicht viel, nicht regelmässig
example:  不怎么抽烟 

    [ ]   (píngshénme)

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  1.  v   wie kommt es?, weshalb?, mit welcher Begründung?
example:  什么干扰我的生活?  Wie kommst du dazu, in mein Leben einzudringen und mich zu stören?

    [ ]   (nínhēshénme)

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  1.  Was trinken Sie?

    [ ]   (nǐzhècìdàodéguóshìshímeshíhòu)

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  1.  Wann sind Sie zuletzt nach Deutschland eingereist?

    [ ]   (gāizěnmebàn)

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  1.  v   was soll man tun
  2.  v   wie soll man vorangehen

    [ ]   (shénmeyàng)

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  1.  n   welche Art, Sorte

    [ ]   (nǐzuòshénmene)

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  1.  Was machst du gerade?

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  1.  Was bist du am machen?

    [ ]   (shénmeyěméiyǒu)

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  1.  pron etwas
  2.  pron nichts

    [ ]   (yāodiǎn)

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  1.  n   As, Eins auf dem Würfel

    [ ]   (wèishénmedéwénzǒngshìxiěyǒucuòma)

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  1.  Warum sind dauernd Schreibfehler im deutschen Text?

    [ ]   (shénmedōu)

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  1.  adj alles

    [ ]   (shénmeyìsī)

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  1.  was meinen sie

    [ ]   (suànbùliǎoshénme)

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  1.  vergiss es
  2.  nicht der Rede Wert sein

    [ ]   (méiyǒushénme)

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  1.  nichts

    [ ]   (nǐxìngshíme)

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  1.  Wie heißen Sie(Nachname)   [fam]

    [ ]   (shénmeyánsè)

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  1.  n   welche Farbe

    [ ]   (nǐjiàoshénmemíngzi)

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  1.  n   Wie ist dein Name?

    [ ]   (zhèsuànbùliǎoshíme)

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  1.  Das ist nicht der Rede wert.

    [ ]   (zènme)

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  1.  diese Art

    [ ]   (shénmeshíhou)

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  1.  wann, welche Zeit

    [ ]   (nàshìshímeyánsè)

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  1.  n   welche Farbe ist das

    [ ]   (zhèmezhe)

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  1.  mithin

    [ ]   (zhèmeyàng)

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  1.  mithin

    [ ]   (zěnmebàn)   using the same simplified character: 怎么办

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  1.  Was nun? Was tun? (Lenin)

    [ ]   (nàmeduō)

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  1.  so sehr
  2.  so viel(e)

    [ ]   (wéishènme)

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  1.  adv 为甚么

    [ ]   (yòngshíme)

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  1.  adv womit

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The Cantonese pronunciation(s) for this character are presented using jyutping romanization. Sources include the Unihan database and the Jyutping phrase box from the Linguistic Society of Hong Kong. The copyright of the Jyutping phrase box belongs to the Linguistic Society of Hong Kong. We would like to thank the Jyutping Group of the Linguistic Society of Hong Kong for permission to use the electronic file in our research and product development.
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