lái arrive

Made up of [ wood; wooden radical 75]
Alternative traditional form of character:

Note

A representation of the welcome sight of a good harvest of grain
Number of strokes 7

Related characters


Using : chá (tea) qí (board game) běn (root) cǎi (color) shù (tree) wèi (not yet) xiāng (each other) song (Song) zhuō (table) yǐ (chair) gān (pole) jú (tangerine) xián (to stay idle) qīn (parent) lǐ (plum) zhī (branch) zhí (to plant) bǎn (board) lóu (multi-story building) xiào (school) jī (machine)

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Pronunciation

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stroke order for 来
Stroke order for character 来, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license

People

周恩来 Zhou Enlai

Proverbs

空穴来风未必无因 kōng xuè lái féng wèi bì wú yīn There are always clues that something is about to happen
苦尽甘来 kǔ jìn gān lái After troubles comes happiness
来日方长 lái rì fāng cháng There is adequate time
逆来顺受 nì lái shùn shòu Deal with things as they happen; do not put them off
否极泰来 pǐ jí tài lái Things at the worst will mend
山雨欲来风满楼 shān yǚ yù lái fēng mǎn lóu A premonition of something significant about to happen

Phrases

来中国我很高兴 lái zhōng guó wǒ hěn gāo xīng I am delighted to be in China
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