熬 (Chinese PinYin: [āo]; traditional Chinese: 熬) may mean: (1) verb. stew. It is a polysemous word and polyphonic character, it has different tones to express different meanings. 熬 (āo) is a rarely used form of the word and should be not confused with the frequently used 2nd tone of the word: 熬 (áo). Some common phrases and expressions are: 熬鳄鱼爪 (stewed crocodile claw), 熬鸡 (stewed chicken), 熬苹果 (stewed apples), 熬菜 (stewed vegetables), 熬土豆 (stewed tomatoes).
1. How to pronounce 熬?
Chinese Pinyin: [āo]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 熬
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 熬
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 熬鳄鱼爪 (stewed crocodile claw), 熬鸡 (stewed chicken), 熬苹果 (stewed apples), 熬菜 (stewed vegetables), 熬土豆 (stewed tomatoes),
4. How to use 熬 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 熬.
Translation: A rather gruesome stewed crocodile claw?
Translation: Tofu’s versatility lends it to preparation in a variety of ways including stewed, fried, grilled, and raw, among others.
Translation: Several generations of Russians grew up on Bulgarian canned stewed vegetables.
Translation: Everyone complained, above all, about the food: French dishes “stewed in grease” and breakfasts consisting of nothing more “than a thimbleful of coffee or chocolate and a morsel of bread.
Translation: I like stewed vegetables.
Translation: Stewed chicken is rich and clean.
Translation: Stewed apples are so easy and so versatile.
Translation: Stewed tomatoes are the essence of a summer tomato ripened in a bowl.
5. Stroke Order
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