The Chinese word 火 means “fire” in English. It is a noun that refers to the hot, glowing material that is produced by burning or combustion. In Chinese culture, fire is often associated with energy, passion, and transformation. The word 火 is also used in various idiomatic expressions and phrases, such as 火车 for “train” and 火锅 for “hot pot”.
Adjective: hot, popular, trendy
|火车快到站了||huǒchē kuài dào zhàn le||The train is arriving at the station soon|
|火锅里的食材很多||huǒguō lǐ de shícài hěn duō||There are many ingredients in the hot pot|
|昨天晚上天空有很多烟火||zuótiān wǎnshàng tiānkōng yǒu hěn duō yānhuǒ||There were many fireworks in the sky last night|
|火山爆发了||huǒshān bàofā le||The volcano erupted|
|火热的天气让人很难受||huǒrè de tiānqì ràng rén hěn nánshòu||The hot weather makes people very uncomfortable|
|她的眼睛里充满了火气||tā de yǎnjīng lǐ chōngmǎn le huǒqì||There was fire in her eyes|
|火车站里人很多||huǒchē zhàn lǐ rén hěn duō||There are many people in the train station|
|火车突然停了下来||huǒchē tūrán tíng le xiàlái||The train suddenly stopped|
火 is part of HSK Level 4 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 3 and HSK Level 4.