The Chinese word 香 generally means “fragrant” or “aromatic”. It is often used to describe the pleasant smell of various things such as flowers, food, incense, and perfumes. In Chinese cuisine, 香 is frequently used to describe the aroma and flavor of dishes and ingredients that are cooked with fragrant spices and herbs. Overall, 香 is a versatile word that is commonly used to express the sense of smell and the enjoyment of pleasant scents.
|这道菜很香||zhè dào cài hěn xiāng||This dish smells really good|
|这支香烟是你的吗？||zhè zhī xiāngyān shì nǐ de ma?||Is this your cigarette?|
|我喜欢在家里点香熏蜡烛||wǒ xǐhuān zài jiā lǐ diǎn xiāng xūn làzhú||I like to burn scented candles at home|
|这个香水的味道很好闻||zhège xiāngshuǐ de wèidào hěn hǎowén||This perfume smells really nice|
|香港是一个非常繁华的城市||xiānggǎng shì yīgè fēicháng fánhuá de chéngshì||Hong Kong is a very bustling city|
|这个小镇有很多香蕉种植园||zhège xiǎo zhèn yǒu hěnduō xiāngjiāo zhòngzhíyuán||This small town has many banana plantations|
|老师点了香，开始上课||lǎoshī diǎnle xiāng, kāishǐ shàngkè||The teacher lit incense and started the class|
|他们用香料调味食物||tāmen yòng xiāngliào tiáowèi shíwù||They use spices to season their food|
香 is part of HSK Level 4 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 3.