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pull
#179
Chapter-12 HSK-A
8 strokes

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to pull/to play (a bowed instrument)/to drag/to draw/to chat

Phrases ending with the given character

nǎi
duī
Nathu La (Himalayan pass on Silk Road between Tibet and Indian Sikkim)
fēi
Asia, Africa and Latin America
Ebola (virus)
wéi
Kevlar
dōng
Dombra or Tambura, Kazakh plucked lute
kǎi
Kevlar
kǎi
Kevlar
měi
Gamera (Japanese ガメラ Gamera), Japanese movie monster
Godzilla (Japanese ゴジラ Gojira)/see also 哥斯拉[Ge1 si1 la1]
Godzilla (Japanese ゴジラ Gojira)
táng
Dangla or Tanggula mountain range on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau 青藏高原[Qing1 Zang4 gao1 yuan2]
kǎn
péi
Canberra, capital of Australia (Tw)
kǎn
Kampala, capital of Uganda
kǎn
candela (unit of luminosity)/standard candle
tǎn
Tambora, volcano on Indonesian island of Sumbawa 松巴哇, whose 1815 eruption is greatest in recorded history
āi
Ebola (virus)
kān
péi
Canberra, capital of Australia
Delilah (person name)
mèng
jiā
Bengal/Bangladesh
ān
Ankara, capital of Turkey
ān
Angola
ān
guī
Anguilla
shì
Basra (city in Iraq)
Barbara (name)
Bokhara or Bukhara city in Uzbekistan
Dracula, novel by Bram Stoker/Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia (1431-1476), nicknamed Vlad the Impaler or Dracula
kuí
L'Aquila, Italy
Mothra (Japanese モスラ Mosura), Japanese movie monster
Sahara
màn
Nelson Mandela (1918-2013), South African ANC politician, president of South Africa 1994-1999
chá
chakra
sāng
Sandra (name)
ōu
ruò
aurora
pān
duō
Pandora
pān
duǒ
Pandora
Tesla (unit)/Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), Serbian inventor and engineer
kǎi
Michaela (name)
kěn
Kendra (name)
Barbara or Barbra (name)
bu
(dialect) shrike/Taiwan pr. [hu3 bu5 la1]
liè
cholera (loanword)
liè
cholera (loanword)
é
Gomorrah
西
Zipporah, wife of Moses
Godzilla (Japanese ゴジラ Gojira)/see also 哥斯拉[Ge1 si1 la1]
kāi
mài
camera (loanword)
ā
Accra, capital of Ghana
ā
Attila (406-453), Hun emperor, known as the scourge of God
ā
wéi
Avila, Spain
xiāng
Shambhala, mythical place (Buddhism, Hinduism)
Manila, capital of Philippines

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