The Chinese word 出 means “to go out” or “to come out”. It is a versatile word that can be used in many different contexts. For example, you might use it to say that you are going out to eat, or that your friend just came out of the bathroom. It can also be used in more abstract contexts, such as to describe the emergence of a new trend or idea. In short, 出 is a fundamental word in Chinese that is essential for expressing a wide range of concepts related to movement and emergence.
Verb: to go out, to exceed, to happen
Measure Word: for dramas, plays, operas
|我们今天出去玩吧||wǒmen jīntiān chūqù wán ba||Let’s go out and play today|
|他出了很多汗||tā chū le hěn duō hàn||He sweated a lot|
|这本书出版了多久了？||zhè běn shū chūbǎn le duō jiǔ le?||How long has this book been published?|
|他出门的时候忘了带钥匙了||tā chūmén de shíhou wàng le dài yàoshi le||He forgot to bring his keys when he went out|
|他出了一道数学题||tā chū le yī dào shùxué tí||He made a math problem|
|她出了一本新小说||tā chū le yī běn xīn xiǎoshuō||She published a new novel|
|他出了一个好主意||tā chū le yī gè hǎo zhǔyì||He came up with a good idea|
|这个问题出在哪里？||zhège wèntí chū zài nǎlǐ?||Where is the problem coming from?|
出 is part of HSK Level 2 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 1.