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zhe , zháo(zhao2) , zhù(zhu4) , zhuó(zhuo2) , zhāo(zhao1) , chú(chu2) // pronunciations of 著 in Mandarin Pinyin

Basic information about 著

Unihan definition: manifest; (Cant.) to wear

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

Radical:  140.8

HSK level: 4
Other HSK 4 characters: , , , , , , 怀, , , more hsk 4 charaters »

Frequency rank: 777

General standard index number: 2198

Simplified variant:

English translation (based on CEDICT):

著[zhù]:
- to make known
- to show
- to prove
- to write
- book
- outstanding
著|着[zhāo]:
- (chess) move
- trick
- all right!
- (dialect) to add
著|着[zháo]:
- to touch
- to come in contact with
- to feel
- to be affected by
- to catch fire
- to burn
- (coll.) to fall asleep
- (after a verb) hitting the mark
- succeeding in
著|着[zhe]:
- aspect particle indicating action in progress
著|着[zhuó]:
- to wear (clothes)
- to contact
- to use
- to apply

Details

Unicode code point: U+8457

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