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zhēng(zheng1) , zhǐ(zhi3) , chéng(cheng2) // pronunciations of 徵 in Mandarin Pinyin

Basic information about 徵

Unihan definition: summon, recruit; musical note

Number of strokes: 15
Examples of other characters consisting of 15 strokes: , , , , , , , , ,

Radical:  60.12

Frequency rank: 4086

General standard index number: 5962

Traditional variant:

Simplified variants: ,

English translation (based on CEDICT):

徵[zhǐ]:
- 4th note in pentatonic scale [wu3 yin1], roughly sol
- see also |[zheng1]
徵|征[zhēng]:
- to invite
- to recruit
- to levy (taxes)
- to draft (troops)
- phenomenon
- symptom
- characteristic sign (used as proof)
- evidence

Details

Unicode code point: U+5FB5

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