Chinese Traditional:
Chinese Simplified:
Pinyin: tui3
Zhuyin: ㄊㄨㄟˇ
English Meaning: leg
German Meaning: Bein, Beine
Classifier: (tiao2) or (shuang1)

Example Sentences:

一隻青蛙有幾條腿?
一只青蛙有几条腿?
yi4 zhi1 qing1 wa1 you3 ji3 tiao2 tui3?
How many legs does a frog have?
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護士包紮了我受傷的腿。
护士包扎了我受伤的腿。
hu4 shi4 bao1 za1 le5 wo3 shou4 shang1 de5 tui3.
The nurse bandaged up my injured leg.
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他在戰爭中失去雙腿。
他在战争中失去双腿。
ta1 zai4 zhan4 zheng1 zhong1 shi1 qu4 shuang1 tui3.
He lost both legs in the war.
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他受的腿傷可能結束他的網球生涯。
他受的腿伤可能结束他的网球生涯。
ta1 shou4 de5 tui3 shang1 ke3 neng2 jie2 shu4 ta1 de5 wang3 qiu2 sheng1 ya2.
He suffered a leg injury that could end his tennis career.
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那頭野牛摔斷了腿並被安樂死。
那头野牛摔断了腿并被安乐死。
na4 tou2 ye3 niu2 shuai1 duan4 le5 tui3 bing4 bei4 an1 le4 si3.
That bison suffered broken legs and was euthanised.
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