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25 January, 2016

Chinese Radical: 火 - fire


The (huǒ) radical means "fire". Here are some characters containing this radical. Their meaning is usually somehow related to "fire" or "heat".



灯笼 - dēng long - a lantern 
炒肉 - chǎo ròu - fried meat 
抽烟 - chōu yān - to smoke 
烤炉 - kǎo lú - an oven 
炎热 - yán rè - very hot 
秋天 - qiū tiān - autumn

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