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tiàowǔ to dance

Character Composition

Character Compounds

Word Compounds


        tiào, to jump/to hop/to skip over/to bounce/to palpitate
        tiàowǔ, to dance
        xīntiào, heartbeat/pulse
        tiàoyuè, [跳躍], to jump/to leap/to bound/to skip
        tiàodòng, [跳動], to throb/to pulse/to bounce/to jiggle/to jump about
        tiàosǎn, [跳傘], to parachute/to bail out/parachute jumping
        tiàochū, to jump out/fig. to appear suddenly
        tiàozao, flea
        
        
        tiàoshuǐ, to dive/diving (sport, a Chinese specialty)
        huóbèngluàntiào, [活蹦亂跳], to leap and frisk about (idiom); lively/healthy and active
        tiàolóu, [跳樓], to jump from a building (to kill oneself)/fig. to sell at a large discount (in a...
        tántiào, [彈跳], to bounce/to jump/to leap
        bàotiàorúléi, stamp with fury/fly into a rage
        tiàoqí, Chinese checkers
        tiàozǎoshìchǎng, [跳蚤市場], flea market
        tiàocáo, to change jobs/job-hopping
        bèngbèngtiàotiào, bouncing and vivacious
        tiàobǎn, springboard/jumping-off point/gangplank
        
        tiàogāo, high jump (athletics)
        chēnggāntiào, [撐桿跳], pole-vaulting
        xīnjīngròutiào, [心驚肉跳], lit. heart alarmed, body leaping (idiom); fear and trepidation in the face of di...
        tiàojí, [跳級], to jump a year (at college)
        tiàomǎ, [跳馬], vaulting horse (gymnastics)
        
竿         chēnggāntiào, [撐竿跳], pole-vaulting/also written 撐桿跳|撑杆跳
        
        tiàoyuǎn, [跳遠], long jump (athletics)
        tiàojiǎo, [跳腳], to stamp one's feet in anger/tantrum of temper or anxiety/a stomping fit
        tiàotái, [跳臺], diving platform/diving tower/landing platform
        tiàozhá, [跳閘], (of a circuit breaker or switch) to trip
        
        
        sānjítiào, [三級跳], triple jump (athletics)/hop, skip and jump
        huānbèngluàntiào, [歡蹦亂跳], glowing with health and vivacity (idiom)
        

        wǔ, to dance/to wield/to brandish
        tiàowǔ, to dance
        wǔdǎo, dance
        wǔtái, [舞臺], stage/arena/fig. in the limelight
        wǔhuì, [舞會], dance/ball/party/CL:場|场[chǎng]
        dúwǔ, [獨舞], solo dance
        wǔbù, dance steps
        tuōyīwǔ, [脫衣舞], striptease
        wǔbàn, dancing partner
        xiàndàiwǔ, [現代舞], modern dance
        bālěiwǔ, ballet (loanword)
        gǔwǔ, heartening (news)/boost (morale)/CL:個|个[gè]
        
        juéshìwǔ, jazz (loanword)
        huīwǔ, [揮舞], to brandish/to wave sth
        gēwǔ, singing and dancing
        tītàwǔ, tap dance
        wǔtīng, [舞廳], dance hall/ballroom/CL:間|间[jiān]
        wǔchí, dance floor
        
        yáobǎiwǔ, [搖擺舞], swing (dance)
        
        wǔqǔ, dance music
姿         wǔzī, dancer's posture and movement
        
        guóbiāowǔ, [國標舞], international standard ballroom dancing
        
        pīlìwǔ, [霹靂舞], to breakdance/breakdancing
        Lādīngwǔ, Latin dance
        wǔdǎojiā, dancer
        jiāoyìwǔ, [交誼舞], social dance/ballroom dancing
        fēiwǔ, [飛舞], to flutter/to dance in the breeze
        wǔjì, dancing skill
        piānpiānqǐwǔ, (to start) dancing lightly and gracefully
        
        huānxīngǔwǔ, [歡欣鼓舞], elated and excited (idiom); overjoyed
        bànwǔ, to be a dancing partner to sb/to perform as a backup dancer/taxi dancer (hired d...
        shǒuwǔzúdǎo, hands dance and feet trip (idiom); dancing and gesticulating for joy
        
        
        
        
        gēwǔjì, kabuki
        zàigēzàiwǔ, [載歌載舞], singing and dancing (idiom); festive celebrations
        lìngréngǔwǔ, encouraging/heartening
        zhāngyáwǔzhǎo, [張牙舞爪], to bare fangs and brandish claws (idiom); to make threatening gestures
        
        mínjiānwǔ, [民間舞], folk dance
        wǔbì, fraud
        
        
        
        
        
        
        nénggēshànwǔ, can sing and dance (idiom); fig. a person of many talents
        wǔjù, [舞劇], dance drama/ballet
        
        piāowǔ, [飄舞], to fly up/to dance in the air (of snowflakes, flower petals etc)
        
        gēwǔshēngpíng, lit. to celebrate peace with songs and dance (idiom)/fig. to make a show of happ...
        yuánwǔqǔ, [圓舞曲], waltz
        gēwǔtuán, [歌舞團], song and dance troupe
        
        
        
        
        
        wǔjiàn, [舞劍], to perform a sword-dance
        
        wǔnòng, to wave/to brandish
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        wǔshī, [舞獅], lion dance (traditional Chinese dance form)
        
        lóngfēifèngwǔ, [龍飛鳳舞], flamboyant or bold cursive calligraphy (idiom)
        
        xùnsīwǔbì, bribery and fraud (idiom)
        yīnggēyànwǔ, [鶯歌燕舞], the warbler sings and the swallow dances/prosperity abounds (idiom)

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