piào ticket

Made up of [西 west radical 146, shì to show; to reveal radical 113]
A measure word to use for this noun: zhāng
Number of strokes: 11

Related characters


Also uses 西 component: yào (want)
Also uses shì component: jì (border) jìn (to prohibit)

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Pronunciation

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Phrases

wǒ yǒu liù zhāng hóng piào I have six red tickets
tā mǎi le sān zhāng piào He bought three tickets
zhè shì wǒ de zhāng piào This is my ticket
nǐ hǎo wǒ yào mǎi yī zhāng piào Hello, I want to buy a ticket
děng yī děng yǒu piào Please wait... Yes I have a ticket

Hutongs

Beijing and other old cities have a few areas remaining of traditional courtyard houses. It is the narrow lanes between the buildings that are called 'hutongs'. Although towns were laid out to a formal geometric plan the districts were developed informally and as individual families prospered or declined their houses extended or contracted. Over the centuries the ad hoc development led to many narrow and winding hutongs.
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