The Chinese word 鼻子 means “nose” in English. It is a commonly used word in everyday conversation and is also used in medical contexts. For example, if someone has a cold and their nose is congested, they might say “我的鼻子很堵” which translates to “My nose is very stuffy”. In traditional Chinese medicine, the nose is believed to be connected to the lungs and is an important part of the body’s respiratory system.
|我的鼻子感冒了||wǒ de bízi gǎnmào le||My nose is running|
|她的鼻子很高||tā de bízi hěn gāo||Her nose is very tall|
|这个香水有一种奇怪的鼻子||zhège xiāngshuǐ yǒu yī zhǒng qíguài de bízi||This perfume has a strange smell|
|他的鼻子被打肿了||tā de bízi bèi dǎ zhǒng le||His nose was swollen from being hit|
|小狗的鼻子很灵敏||xiǎo gǒu de bízi hěn língmǐn||The puppy’s nose is very sensitive|
|她的鼻子上有一个小痣||tā de bízi shàng yǒu yī gè xiǎo zhì||She has a small mole on her nose|
|我不喜欢海鲜的鼻子味||wǒ bù xǐhuān hǎixiān de bízi wèi||I don’t like the smell of seafood|
|他的鼻子上戴着一副眼镜||tā de bízi shàng dài zhe yī fù yǎnjìng||He wears glasses on his nose|
鼻子 is part of HSK Level 3 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 5.