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dīcháo low tide
low ebb

Character Composition

Character Compounds

Word Compounds


        dī, low/beneath/to lower (one's head)/to let droop/to hang down/to incline
        jiàngdī, to reduce/to lower/to bring down
        dīdiào, [低調], low pitch/quiet (voice)/subdued/low-key/low-profile
        dīgū, to underestimate/to underrate
        
        dītóu, [低頭], to bow the head/to yield/to give in
        dījí, [低級], low level/rudimentary/vulgar/low/inferior
        dīluò, downcast/gloomy/to decline
        dīxià, low status/lowly/to lower (one's head)
        dīyú, to be lower than
        biǎndī, [貶低], to belittle/to disparage/to play down/to demean/to degrade/to devalue
        dīyīn, bass
        dīwēn, [低溫], low temperature
        dīshēng, [低聲], in a low voice/softly
        dīsú, vulgar/poor taste
        dīgǔ, valley/trough (as opposed to peaks)/fig. low point/lowest ebb/nadir of one's for...
        dīnéng, incapable/incompetent/stupid/mentally deficient
        dīcháo, low tide/low ebb
        dīnéngér, [低能兒], retarded child/moron/idiot
        dījià, [低價], low price
        dīyǔ, [低語], mutter
        yādī, [壓低], to lower (one's voice)
        
        dīchén, overcast/gloomy/downcast/deep and low (of sound)/muffled
        gāodī, height/altitude (aviation)/pitch (music)/ups and downs (success or failure)/whet...
        dīliè, inferior quality/substandard/low-grade
        dīxuètáng, hypoglycemia (medicine)
        dīshōurù, low income
        dīmí, blurred (landscape etc)/low (spirits)/in a slump (economy)
        dīyā, [低壓], low pressure/low voltage
        jiǎndī, [減低], to lower/to reduce
        zuìdīdiǎn, [最低點], lowest point/minimum (point)
        dīkōng, low altitude
        dīlián, cheap/inexpensive/low
        
        
        dīwēi, meager (wages)/humble (social status)/feeble (voice)
        
        dīdàng, [低檔], low-grade/of low worth or rank/poor quality/inferior
        
        
        
        dīděng, inferior
        
        dīwā, [低窪], low-lying
        dīchuí, to droop/to hang low
        dīxuèyā, [低血壓], low blood pressure
        nándīyīn, bass (music)/lower register male voice
        dīshāo, [低燒], a low fever (up to 38°C)
        
        dīxiào, inefficient/ineffective
        dīxī, low-interest
        
        dīsānxiàsì, servile
        
        
        
        
        dīrè, [低熱], a low fever (up to 38°C)
        
        gāodīgàng, [高低槓], uneven bars (gymnastics)
        
        yǎngāoshǒudī, to have high standards but little ability/to be fastidious but incompetent (idio...
        
        
        dīǎi, short/low
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        

        gāocháo, high tide/high water/upsurge/climax/orgasm/chorus (part of a song)
        cháo, tide/current/damp/moist/humid
        cháoliú, tide/current/trend
湿         cháoshī, [潮濕], damp/moist
        làngcháo, wave/tides
        xīncháo, modern/fashionable
        dīcháo, low tide/low ebb
        rècháo, [熱潮], upsurge/popular craze
        cháoxī, tide
        zhǎngcháo, [漲潮], high tide/rising tide
        cháoshuǐ, tide
        xìnggāocháo, orgasm/climax
        fēngcháo, [風潮], tempest/wave (of popular sentiment etc)/craze or fad
        xīnxuèláicháo, [心血來潮], to be prompted by a sudden impulse/carried away by a whim/to have a brainstorm
        xīncháopéngpài, to be overwhelmed by emotions
        kuángcháo, surging tide/(fig.) tide/craze/rage/spree
        dàcháo, spring tide/(fig.) momentous social change
        gāocháodiéqǐ, each new high point replaced by another/(of a movie etc) one climax after anothe...
退         tuìcháo, (of a tide) to ebb or go out
        sīcháo, tide of thought/way of thinking characteristic of a historical period/Zeitgeist
        hóngcháo, [紅潮], to blush/flush/red tide (algal bloom)/menstruation
        luòcháo, (of a tide) to ebb or go out
        shòucháo, damp/affected by damp and cold
        àncháo, undercurrent
        
        
        
        
        hǎicháo, tide
        
        
        cháoqì, [潮氣], humidity/moisture
        huícháo, to become moist again/to revive (usually of sth bad)/resurgence
        
        
        
        chìcháo, algal bloom
        
        

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