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zhā(zha1) , zhá(zha2) , (za1) , zhǎ(zha3) // pronunciations of 扎 in Mandarin Pinyin

Basic information about 扎

Unihan definition: pull up; pierce; struggle free

Number of strokes: 4
Examples of other characters consisting of 4 strokes: , , , , , , , , ,

Radical:  64.1

HSK level: 6
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Frequency rank: 1411

General standard index number: 0085

English translation (based on CEDICT):

扎[zhā]:
- to prick
- to run or stick (a needle etc) into
- jug (a classifier for liquids such as beer)
扎[zhá]:
- penetrating (as of cold)
- struggle
紥|扎[]:
- variant of |[za1]
紥|扎[zhā]:
- variant of |[zha1]
紮|扎[]:
- to tie
- to bind
- classifier for flowers, banknotes etc: bundle
- Taiwan pr. [zha2]

Details

Unicode code point: U+624E

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