The Chinese word 血 means “blood”. It is a commonly used word in everyday language and can be used to describe the color of blood, blood type, or blood donation. It can also be used in idiomatic expressions, such as 血浓于水, which means “blood is thicker than water” and emphasizes the importance of family relationships. Overall, 血 is a versatile word that plays an important role in Chinese language and culture.
|我的手上沾满了鲜血||wǒ de shǒu shàng zhān mǎn le xiān xuè||My hands are covered in fresh blood|
|他的血压很高||tā de xiě yā hěn gāo||His blood pressure is very high|
|这场战争夺去了太多的生命和鲜血||zhè chǎng zhàn zhēng duó qù le tài duō de shēng mìng hé xiān xuè||This war took too many lives and spilled too much blood|
|这种疾病会导致大量失血||zhè zhǒng jí bìng huì dǎo zhì dà liàng shī xuè||This illness can lead to a large amount of blood loss|
|血管扩张会导致血压下降||xiě guǎn kuò zhāng huì dǎo zhì xiě yā xià jiàng||Blood vessel dilation can cause a drop in blood pressure|
|她的脸色苍白，看起来失血过多||tā de liǎn sè cāng bái, kàn qǐ lái shī xuè guò duō||Her face is pale, indicating she has lost too much blood|
|这种药物可以促进血液循环||zhè zhǒng yào wù kě yǐ cù jìn xiě yè xún huán||This medication can promote blood circulation|
血 is part of HSK Level 4 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 3.