The Chinese word 身体 refers to the human body. It is a common term used in everyday conversation and is often used to talk about one’s health or physical condition. For example, if someone asks how you are feeling, you might respond by saying “我的身体很好”, which means “my body is feeling good”. The word can also be used in more formal settings, such as in medical contexts, where it is used to describe specific parts of the body or medical conditions.
Noun: body, health
|我的身体很累||wǒ de shēntǐ hěn lèi||My body is very tired|
|他的身体很强壮||tā de shēntǐ hěn qiángzhuàng||His body is very strong|
|她的身体很柔软||tā de shēntǐ hěn róuruǎn||Her body is very flexible|
|运动对身体很有好处||yùndòng duì shēntǐ hěn yǒu hǎochù||Exercise is very good for the body|
|我的身体很敏感||wǒ de shēntǐ hěn mǐngǎn||My body is very sensitive|
|她的身体很健康||tā de shēntǐ hěn jiànkāng||Her body is very healthy|
|我的身体很冷||wǒ de shēntǐ hěn lěng||My body is very cold|
|他的身体很瘦||tā de shēntǐ hěn shòu||His body is very thin|
身体 is part of HSK Level 2 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 1.