zhà at first; suddenly; abruptly


Used as component in : zuò ; zhà ; xué ; dìng ; zuó
Number of strokes: 5

Sounds same

zhà (to explode)

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

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