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The Chinese character 勺 - Chinese-German Dictionary HanDeDict


pronunciation (Pinyin): 
pronunciation (Cantonese): 
Kangxi radical: 

Stroke order

勺: Stroke order

Styles of writing

勺: regular script
regular script

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

勺: semi-cursive script
semi-cursive script

勺: clerical script
clerical script

勺: serif (Songti/Mingti)
serif (Songti/Mingti)

勺: Fangsongti

勺: sans serif
sans serif

勺: rounded

Meaning of 勺 when used as a word

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  1.  n   Löffel, Schöpfkelle

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


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  1.  n   Löffel, Schöpflöffel
  2.  n   Schöpfkelle

Further example words that contain the character 勺

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    [ ]   (zhǎngsháor)

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  1.  n   Koch, Küchenchef

    [ ]   (chángbǐngsháo)

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  1.  n   Schöpflöffel
  2.  n   Suppenkelle

    [ ]   (tāngsháo)

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  1.  n   Suppenlöffel   [food]


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  1.  n   Kelle

    [ ]   (jiāozhīsháo)

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  1.  n   Saucenlöffel


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  1.  n   Schaumlöffel


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  1.  n   Küchengeräte

    [ ]   (nǎosháo)

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  1.  n   Hinterkopf

    [ ]   (nǎosháozi)

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  1.  n   <Dialekt> Hinterkopf

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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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