The Chinese word 腿 means “leg” in English. It is a commonly used word in everyday conversation and is used to refer to the lower limb of the body that extends from the hip to the foot. The word 腿 can also be used in various contexts such as sports, medicine, and cooking, where it refers to specific types of legs, such as a chicken leg or a ham leg. Overall, the word 腿 is an important and versatile word in Chinese vocabulary.
|我的腿很累||wǒ de tuǐ hěn lèi||My legs are very tired|
|她的腿很长||tā de tuǐ hěn cháng||Her legs are very long|
|他的腿很粗||tā de tuǐ hěn cū||His legs are very thick|
|她跳舞跳到腿酸了||tā tiào wǔ tiào dào tuǐ suān le||She danced until her legs were sore|
|我摔断了腿||wǒ shuāi duàn le tuǐ||I broke my leg|
|我喜欢吃鸡腿||wǒ xǐ huān chī jī tuǐ||I like to eat chicken legs|
|她穿了一条紧身裤，突显出她的美腿||tā chuān le yī tiáo jǐn shēn kù, tū xiǎn chū tā de měi tuǐ||She wore tight pants that highlighted her beautiful legs|
|他的腿伤得很重，需要手术||tā de tuǐ shāng de hěn zhòng, xū yào shǒu shù||His leg was severely injured and needed surgery|
腿 is part of HSK Level 3 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 2.