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(yi3) , (yi4) , jué(jue2) // pronunciations of 乙 in Mandarin Pinyin

Basic information about 乙

Unihan definition: second; 2nd heavenly stem

Number of strokes: 1
Examples of other characters consisting of 1 strokes: , , , 丿, , , , , , 𠃉

Radical:  5.0

HSK level: 5
Other HSK 5 characters: , , , , , , , 姿, , more hsk 5 charaters »

Frequency rank: 1872

General standard index number: 0002

English translation (based on CEDICT):

乙[]:
- second of the ten Heavenly Stems [shi2 tian1 gan1]
- second in order
- letter "B" or roman "II" in list "A, B, C", or "I, II, III" etc
- second party (in legal contract, usually [yi3 fang1], as opposed to [jia3 fang1])
- ethyl
- bent
- winding
- radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 5)
乙[zhé]:
- turning stroke (in Chinese characters)
- see also [zhe2]

Details

Unicode code point: U+4E59

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