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Created: Tuesday, January 10, 2012 19:26:00
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|hā cuì qǔ wù||A : |
hā: the sound made by breathing in; oh! (cf. U+311B BOPOMOFO LETTER O, which is derived from this character)
萃 cuì: dense, thick, close-set; to collect together
取 qǔ: take, receive, obtain; select
物 wù: thing, substance, creature
To facilitate prenonciation of Chinese ideograms original of drawing, the government of the People's Republic of China has adopted a Pinyin system in the years 1955-1957, becomed ISO 7098 in 1982, using the Latin alphabet. Please take a look at Pinyin for more explanations.
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