HSK东西 Scripts Dictionary Radicals

Advanced Hanzi Search

Search Fields (?)

If a value is entered into any of these fields, or the character composition fields, then each of the results returned must match that value. The results shown are the logical AND (set intersection) of the results found by each input field.
Search format:
Wildcard (?)
Use * to match zero or any number of characters.
小* matches all words beginning with 小.
*小* matches all words with a 小.
Use + to match any one or more characters.
Use ? to match any single character.
Use [12] to match the characters '1' or '2'.
Regex (?)
Try this link for more information about regular expressions.
Pinyin (?)
For pinyin search enter tone numbers, (pin1yin1) not tone marks (pīnyīn). There are no spaces between syllables, and the search is case insensitive.
Hanzi

Character Composition

Component of (?)
One character in the result must be a component of one of the characters in this box. If you are only interested in single characters, set both the maximum and minmimum hanzi length to 1.
Compound of (?)
One character in the result must be composed of one of the characters in this box. If you are only interested in single characters, set both the maximum and minmimum hanzi length to 1.

Hanzi Chars (?)

The maximum and minimun length of the hanzi results returned. Set both the max and min to 1 if you only want to see single character words.
Min
Max

Definition (?)

Whether or not to display a full or truncated definition alongside the results. The alternative is to just show a list of hanzi words.
Off
Compact
Full

HSK Level (?)

The results are filtered so that they must be in one of the HSK levels that are checked. If no boxes are checked, HSK filtering is ignored.
HSK 1
HSK 2
HSK 3
HSK 4
HSK 5
HSK 6

Sort Order (?)

Results sorted by frequency show the most frequent words first. Pinyin sorting should obey the most authoritative rules that I could find about pinyin ordering. Hanzi sorting uses the unicode code point to sort the results.
Frequency
Pinyin
Hanzi

Results

Download flashcards: Pleco StickyStudy

        Dài/dài, surname Dai, to put on or wear (glasses, hat, gloves etc)/to respect/to bear/to ...
        Dàiěr, [戴爾], Dell
        Dàiwéisī, [戴維斯], Davis or Davies (name)
        Dàiānnà, Diana (name)
        àidài, [愛戴], to love and respect/love and respect
穿         chuāndài, to dress/clothing
        pèidài, to wear (as accessories)
        DàiGāolè, [戴高樂], Charles De Gaulle (1890-1970), French general and politician, leader of the Free...
        yōngdài, [擁戴], to give one's allegiance/(popular) support
        gǎnēndàidé, deeply grateful
        dàixiào, to wear mourning garb/to be in mourning
        dàibiǎo, to wear a watch/a homophone for 代表 used to avoid Internet censorship in the PRC
        bùgòngdàitiān, (of enemies) cannot live under the same sky/absolutely irreconcilable
        Běidàihé, Beidaihe district of Qinhuangdao city 秦皇島市|秦皇岛市[Qín huáng dǎo shì], Hebei
        Běidàihéqū, [北戴河區], Beidaihe district of Qinhuangdao city 秦皇島市|秦皇岛市[Qín huáng dǎo shì], Hebei
        ZhāngguānLǐdài, [張冠李戴], lit. to put Zhang's hat on Li's head/to attribute sth to the wrong person (idiom...
        gǎndài, sincerely grateful
        dàishang, to put on (hat etc)
        DàiMíngshì, Dai Mingshi (1653-1713), early Qing writer
        dàitào, to wear a condom
        dàiàoxīn, [戴奧辛], dioxin, carcinogenic heterocyclic hydrocarbon (esp. Taiwan usage)
        Dàiānnàwángfēi, Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997)
        dàimàozi, to wear a hat/(fig.) to stigmatize/to be branded as
        dàiyuèpīxīng, see 披星戴月[pī xīng dài yuè]
        dàiyǒusèyǎnjìng, [戴有色眼鏡], to wear colored glasses/to have a prejudiced viewpoint
        dàipénwàngtiān, lit. viewing the sky with a basin on one's head; it is hard to get a clear view ...
        DàiBǐngguó, [戴秉國], Dai Bingguo (1941-), a Chinese politician and professional diplomat
        Dàiwéisībēi, [戴維斯杯], Davis cup (international tennis team competition)
        Dàiwéiyíng, [戴維營], Camp David
绿         dàilǜtóujīn, [戴綠頭巾], lit. to wear green headband (to visit a Yuan dynasty brothel)/cuckold
绿         dàilǜmàozi, [戴綠帽子], a cuckold/to be cuckolded by one's wife
        dàishèng, [戴勝], hoopoe (Upupa epops)
        dàijú, goldcrest (Regulus satrapa)
        dàijúniǎo, [戴菊鳥], kinglet/bird of Regulus genus
        dàigāomàozi, (coll.) to be the object of flattery/to be placed on a pedestal
        pīxīngdàiyuè, to travel or work through night and day/to toil away for long hours
        pīmádàixiào, to wear mourning clothes/to be in mourning/also written 披麻帶孝|披麻带孝
        tuīdài, to endorse (sb for leader)
        Lín·Dàiwéisī, [琳・戴維斯], Lynn E. Davis, US academic and arms control expert, Under-secretary at US State ...
穿         chuānjīndàiyín, [穿金戴銀], richly bedecked/dripping with gold and silver (idiom)
        jīnguāndàijú, goldcrest (Regulus regulus)/gold-crowned kinglet
        jīndǐngdàijú, [金頂戴菊], goldcrest (Regulus satrapa)
        jīndǐngdàijúniǎo, [金頂戴菊鳥], goldcrest (Regulus satrapa)
        dǐngdài, [頂戴], cap badge (official sign of rank in Qing dynasty)

Page generated in 0.099782 seconds

If you find this site useful, let me know!