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cóng(cong2) , cōng(cong1) , zòng(zong4) , zōng(zong1) , zǒng(zong3) // pronunciations of 從 in Mandarin Pinyin

Basic information about 從

Unihan definition: from, by, since, whence, through

Number of strokes: 11
Examples of other characters consisting of 11 strokes: , , , , , , , , ,

Radical:  60.8

Simplified variant:

English translation (based on CEDICT):

從|从[Cóng]:
- surname Cong
從|从[cōng]:
- lax
- yielding
- unhurried
從|从[cóng]:
- from
- via
- passing through
- through (a gap)
- past
- ever (followed by negative, meaning never)
- (formerly pr. [zong4] and related to |) to follow
- to comply with
- to obey
- to join
- to engage in
- adopting some mode of action or attitude
- follower
- retainer
- accessory
- accomplice
- related by common paternal grandfather or earlier ancestor
從|从[zòng]:
- second cousin

Details

Unicode code point: U+5F9E

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