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zǎi(zai3) // pronunciation of 宰 in Mandarin Pinyin
Basic information about 宰
Unihan definition: to slaughter; to rule
Number of strokes: 10
Examples of other characters consisting of 10 strokes: 能, 家, 都, 起, 部, 样, 高, 被, 特, 海
Radical: 宀 40.7
HSK level: 6
Other HSK 6 characters: 盲, 勉, 啥, 灌, 胀, 扯, 廊, 辽, 抹, 筒 more hsk 6 charaters »
Frequency rank: 2080
General standard index number: 2106
English translation (based on CEDICT):
- to slaughter livestock
- to govern or rule
- to cheat customers
- imperial official in dynastic China
Unicode code point: U+5BB0
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