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The Chinese character 石 - Chinese-German Dictionary HanDeDict

石

pronunciation (Pinyin): 
pronunciation (Cantonese): 
historical pronunciation (Tang): 
*zhiɛk
 
Kangxi radical: 
ancient variant: 
()

Stroke order

石: Stroke order

Styles of writing

石: regular script
regular script

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

石: semi-cursive script
semi-cursive script

石: clerical script
clerical script

石: serif (Songti/Mingti)
serif (Songti/Mingti)

石: Fangsongti
Fangsongti

石: sans serif
sans serif

石: rounded
rounded

石: oracle bone script
oracle bone script

石: bronzeware script
bronzeware script

石: large seal script
large seal script

石: small seal script
small seal script

Meaning of 石 when used as a word

    (shí)

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  1.  n   Gestein
similar entries: 黄金 蔷薇 青色 铁锈
  2.  prop Shi   [fam]
  3.  Radikal Nr. 112 = Stein, steinern, Steinschnitzerei

Examples: words that contain the character 石 - HSK level B

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    [ ]   (shítou)

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  1.  n   Gestein, Stein, Kern
measure word:
similar entries: 黄金 蔷薇 青色 铁锈

    (shíyóu)

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  1.  n   Erdöl

Examples: words that contain the character 石 - HSK level C

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    (yánshí)

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  1.  n   Fels, Gestein   [geol]

    (huàshí)

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  1.  adj Fossil, Versteinerung; fossil

    [ ]   (kuàngshí)

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  1.  n   Erz

Examples: words that contain the character 石 - HSK level D

    (dàlǐshí)

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  1.  n   Marmor (ein Mineral)   [geol]

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    [ ]   (zuànshí)

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  1.  n   Brillant (Diamant磨成一定形状就成了钻石)
  2.  n   Diamant   [chem]

    (shíhuī)

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  1.  n   Kalk

Further example words that contain the character 石

    (dǎhuǒshí)

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  1.  n   Feuerstein (Zündstein in Feuerzeugen)   [tech]
  2.  n   Feuerstein, Flint (ein Mineral)   [geol]
  3.  prop Familie Feuerstein (engl. The Flintstones, US-amerikanische Zeichentrickserie)   [art]

    [ ]   (liùfāngjīngāngshí)

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  1.  n   hexagonaler Diamant, Lonsdaleit (ein sehr seltenes Miniral)   [geol]

    [ ]   (chōngtūzuànshí)

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  1.  n   Blutdiamant, Konfliktdiamant (Diamant, mit dessen Erlös gewaltförmige Konflikte finanziert werden)   [pol]

    [ ]   (zhànzhēngzuānshí)

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  1.  n   Kriegsdiamant, Blutdiamant, Konfliktdiamant (Diamant, mit dessen Erlös gewaltförmige Konflikte finanziert werden)   [pol]

    [ ]   (xuèzuānshí)

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  1.  n   Blutdiamant, Konfliktdiamant (Diamant, mit dessen Erlös gewaltförmige Konflikte finanziert werden)   [pol]

    [ ]   (shíyóuxiāofèiguó)

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  1.  n   erdölkonsumierendes Land, Erdölkonsument   [econ]

    [ ]   (nièwénshí)

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  1.  n   Taenit (meteoritisches Nickel-Eisen-Mineral)   [geol]

    [ ]   (hóngbǎoshísè)

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  1.  n   rubinrot
  2.  RGB-Code #CC0080

    (ànlǘsōngshísè)

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  1.  n   dunkles Türkisgrün
  2.  RGB-Code #00CED1

  绿   [ ]   (kǒngquèshílǜ)

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  1.  n   malachitgrün ; diamantgrün ; viktoriagrün   [chem]
  2.  RGB-Code #22C32E

    (huīlǘsōngshísè)

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  1.  n   helles Türkisgrün; lichttürkisfarben
  2.  RGB-Code #AFEEEE

    (shíyīng)

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  1.  n   Quarz (ein Mineral)   [geol]

    [ ]   (huāgāngshí)

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  1.  n   Granit (ein Mineral)   [geol]
similar entries: 花岗岩

    [ ]   (gàoshí)

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  1.  n   Zirkon (ein Mineral)   [geol]

    (fāngjiěshí)

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  1.  n   Calcit, Kalzit, Kalkspat, Doppelspat (ein Mineral)   [geol]

    (tiānránshíyóu)

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  1.  n   Rohöl   [chem]

    (kǒngquèshí)

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  1.  n   Malachit (ein Mineral)   [geol]

    (zhōnglǘsōngshísè)

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  1.  mittleres Türkisgrün
  2.  RGB-Code #48D1CC

    (shítàn)

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  1.  n   Steinkohle

    (bīngjīngshí)

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  1.  n   Kryolith (ein Mineral)   [geol]

    [ ]   (shíyóushuì)

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  1.  n   Mineralölsteuer   [econ]

    (bāncǎishí)

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  1.  n   Ammolit (ein Schmuckstein)   [geol]

    (shímián)

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  1.  n   Asbest

  绿   [ ]   (lǜsōngshísè)

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  1.  n   türkisgrün
  2.  RGB-Code #30D5C8

    (lǘsōngshílǘ)

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  1.  türkisgrün
  2.  RGB-Code #4DE680

    [ ]   (diécéngshí)

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  1.  n   Stromatolith (ein Sedimentgestein)   [geol]

    [ ]   (shènjiéshí)

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  1.  Nierenstein   [med]

    [ ]   (lánbǎoshísè)

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  1.  n   saphirblau
  2.  RGB-Code #082567

  绿   [ ]   (bǎoshílǜ)

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  1.  RGB-Code #50C878
  2.  smaragdgrün

    (yáshí)

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  1.  n   Zahnstein   [med]

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    [ ]   (mōzheshítóuguòhé)

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  1.  Bezeichnet die Politik der Reform und Öffnung, hierbei insbesondere die Wirtschaftspolitik, bei der man nach dem "Trial and Error Prinzip" vorgegangen ist
  2.  Mit den Füßen nach den Steinen tastend, den Fluss überqueren   [pol]

    (shíchéndàhǎi)

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  1.  für immer verschwinden, spurlos verschwinden
  2.  keine Antwort bekommen, im Sande verlaufen

    (shíbǎn)

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  1.  n   Platte
  2.  Steinplatte

    (shuǐluòshíchū)

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  1.  v   (wörtl.) wenn das Wasser zurückgeht, kommen die Steine zum Vorschein; alles kommt an den Tag, die Sonne bringt es an den Tag   [prov]

    [ ]   (lìshí)

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  1.  n   Kiesbett, Grieß (von Blasen-, Nierensteinen)
  2.  n   Kieselsteine, Kies, Kiesel

    [ ]   (liúxīngyǔnshí)

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  1.  n   Meteorit

    [ ]   (tiěshíxīncháng)

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  1.  adj ein Herz aus Stein haben, hartherzig, unbarmherzig, steinig   [prov]

    (mófǎshí)

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  1.  prop Der Stein der Weisen (Harry Potter Teil 1)   [book]
  2.  Stein der Weisen

    [ ]   (wèijiāgōngguòdeshíyóu)

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  1.  n   Rohöl   [chem]

    [ ]   (yòngdàlǐshíwénrǎnshūkǒu)

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  1.  mit Marmorschnitt (Eine oder mehrere Kanten des fertigen Buchblockes werden mit einem Muster überzogen, das ähnlich wie Marmor wirkt. )

    [ ]   (hālìbōtèyǔmófǎshí)

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  1.  Harry Potter und der Stein der Weisen

    [ ]   (bānqǐshítouzázìjǐdejiǎo)

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  1.  n   sich ins eigene Fleisch schneiden

    [ ]   (xiánzhězhīshí)

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  1.  Stein der Weisen   [chem]

    (jīshí)

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  1.  n   Basis
  2.  n   Fundament
  3.  n   Grundstein

  ·   [ · ]   (hālì · bōtèyǔmófǎshí)

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  1.  Harry Potter und der Stein der Weisen

    [ ]   (shìjīnshí)

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  1.  n   Kriterium
  2.  n   Probierstein
  3.  n   Prüfstein
  4.  n   Prüfstein für Gold und Silber

    [ ]   (jiéshí)

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  1.  n   höhere Mathematik, Rechenart
similar entries: 黄金 蔷薇 青色 铁锈

    [ ]   (mòláishí)

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  1.  Mullit (ein eher selten vorkommendes Mineral aus der Mineralklasse der Silikate, genauer ein Inselsilikat mit tetraederfremden Anionen)

    [ ]   (shíxīdàxué)

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  1.  State University of New York at Stony Brook
  2.  Stony Brook University   [geo]

    [ ]   (yīkuàishítouluòledì)

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  1.  ein Stein (vom Herzen) fallen

    [ ]   (zhōngguóshíyóutiānránqìjítuángōngsī)

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  1.  n   China National Petroleum Corporation   [econ]

    [ ]   (shíkùmén)

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  1.  n   Shikumen ( traditioneller Wohnhaus, z.B. Shanghai )   [arch]

    (yùshíjùfén)

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  1.  v   Gutes und Schlechtes wahllos zerstören
  2.  v   Jade und Stein zu Asche machen

    [ ]   (yīshíliǎngniǎo)

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  1.  Zwei Fliegen mit einer Klappe schlagen

    [ ]   (zuànshíwèntí)

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  1.  n   Diamond-Problem

    [ ]   (diǎnjīnshù)

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  1.  Stein der Weisen

    [ ]   (shízhì)

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  1.  adj steinig, steinern, aus Stein

    [ ]   (zuànshíhūn)

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  1.  n   Diamanthochzeit [ 60 Jahre Ehe ]

    [ ]   (luósāitǎshíbēi)

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  1.  Stein von Rosetta

    (bìyùshí)

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  1.  n   Jaspisstein, ein Stein aus Jaspis (ein Mineral)

    (shíhuà)

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  1.  adj petrochemisch

  穿   (dīshuǐchuānshí)

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  1.  steter Tropfen höhlt den Stein   [prov]

    [ ]   (gǎnlǎnshí)

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  1.  n   Peridot, Olivingruppe (Gruppe von Mineralien)   [geol]

    (dòudàn)

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  1.  Bohnen (als Ware) - bei Rüdenberg/Stange Ausprache fälschlicherweise? 石dan1

    [ ]   (kǎdiéshízhànyì)

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  1.  Schlacht bei Kadesch

    [ ]   (biāozhǔnshíyóu)

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  1.  Standard Oil Company   [econ]

    [ ]   (déguóshíméigǔfèngōngsī)

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  1.  n   Deutschen Steinkohle AG   [econ]
  2.  n   DSK   [econ]

    (rénfēimùshí)

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  1.  der Mensch hat Gedanken und Gefühle
  2.  der Mensch ist nicht aus Holz oder Stein

    (suìshí)

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  1.  n   Geröll
  2.  n   Schotter, Splitt

    (shípiàn)

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  1.  n   Betonstraße, Bohle (aus Beton)

    [ ]   (cǎishíchǎng)

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  1.  n   Steinbruch
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    [ ]   (shāshíchǎng)

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  1.  n   Steinbruch

    (guīshí)

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  1.  feuerfestes Glas

    (shígāo)

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  1.  n   Gips

    [ ]   (shízhōngjiàn)

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  1.  Die Hexe und der Zauberer

    (císhí)

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  1.  n   Magnet
example:  磁石吸引。  Eisen wird von einem Magneten angezogen.
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    [ ]   (shíkuài)

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  1.  n   Gestein
similar entries: 黄金 蔷薇 青色 铁锈

    [ ]   (mójiǎoshí)

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  1.  n   Bimsstein (wird genutzt um überflüssige Hornhaut an der Fußsohle zu entfernen)

    (jiāoshí)

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  1.  n   Riff   [geol]

    (shāshí)

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  1.  n   Kies, Geröll

    (shíhuīshí)

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  1.  n   Kalkstein

    (pánshí)

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  1.  n   Felsen   [geol]
measure word:

    (shízǐlù)

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  1.  n   Pflaster

    (shíqìlù)

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  1.  n   Pflaster

    (shíhuàmù)

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  1.  Versteinerter Wald   [bio]

    (jièshí)

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  1.  n   Feldstein
  2.  n   Grenzstein

    [ ]   (dànshí)

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  1.  n   Ausgangslinie

    [ ]   (shéwénshí)

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  1.  n   gewunden, Serpentine

    [ ]   (shínánshǔ)

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  1.  n   Heidekraut, Heide

  绿   [ ]   (lǜsōngshí)

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  1.  n   Türkis (ein Mineral)   [geol]

    (níshíliú)

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  1.  n   Mure
  2.  n   Murenabgang
  3.  n   Schlammlawine

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