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Parts[szerkesztés]

  • 806 rend
    • 113 rock (stone)
      • ⼚ * cliff
      • 11 mouth
    • 802 pelt

KANJIDIC Entry[szerkesztés]

  • 474B U7834 B112 G5 S10 F590 N3186 V3999 H1150 DK784 L806 K634 O1113 DO645 MN24124 MP8.0352 E767 IN665 DS692 DH788 DT719 DC427 DJ1037 DG1401 P1-5-5 I5a5.1 Q1464.7 DR3367 Ypo4 Wpa ハ やぶ.る やぶ.れる T1 わ {rend} {rip} {tear} {break} {destroy} {defeat} {frustrate}

EDICT Entries[szerkesztés]

  • [かっぱ] / (n) proclamation / (P) /
  • る [みやぶる] / (v5r) to see through another's thoughts / to have a sharp eye / to penetrate / to fathom / (P) /
  • [だは] / (n,vs) break-down / defeat / abolish / (P) /
  • [たいは] / (n) serious damage / drubbing / (P) /
  • [とっぱ] / (n,vs) breaking through / breakthrough / penetration / (P) /
  • り [やぶり] / (n,n-suf) getting away from / escaping / defying / (P) /
  • る [やぶる] / (v5r,vt) to tear / to violate / to defeat / to smash / to destroy / (P) /
  • れる [やぶれる] / (v1) to get torn / to wear out / (P) /
  • [はかい] / (n,vs) destruction / (P) /
  • [はかく] / (adj-na,n) extraordinary / special / (P) /
  • [はき] / (n,vs) revocation / annulment / breaking (e.g., treaty) / (P) /
  • [はきょく] / (n) catastrophe / cataclysm / (P) /
  • [はさん] / (n,vs) (personal) bankruptcy / (P) /
  • [はそん] / (n) damage / (P) /
  • [はたん] / (n) failure / bankruptcy / (P) /
  • [はへん] / (n) fragment / splinter / broken piece / (P) /
  • [はめつ] / (n,vs) ruin / destruction / fall / (P) /
  • [はれつ] / (n,vs) explosion / rupture / break off / (P) /
  • [ばくは] / (n,vs) blast / explosion / blow up / (P) /

Meta[szerkesztés]

  1. Frequency: 604 out of 9933.

Decomposition[szerkesztés]

Once
Radical
Graphical

Pinyin & Meaning[szerkesztés]

  1. po4 - broken/damaged/worn out/to break, split or cleave/to get rid of/to destroy/to break with/to defeat/to capture (a city etc)/to expose the truth of

Pronunciation Clues[szerkesztés]

  1. Pronunciation clue for (po4): The component is pronounced as 'pi2'.

Example Words[szerkesztés]

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