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ké sou
v./n. have a cough; cough; (TCM) cough
Simplified stroke orders are based on the 'Standard of National Commonly-used Mandarin Chinese Characters (现代汉语通用字笔顺规范)', issued by the China National Language and Character Working Committee (国家语言文字工作委员会) on April 7th 1997. Traditional stroke orders are based on information issued by the Taiwan Ministry of Education.
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nà gè kē xué jiā ké sou de shí hou bù xiǎo xīn dǎ suì le bēi zi
phr. When the scientist coughed, he broke the glass by accident.
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chī le yào ké sou cái néng hǎo
phr. Only taking medicine that could cure your cough.
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tā yǐ jīng ké sou sān tiān le .
phr. He has been coughing for three days.
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huì cháng hěn ān jìng, jiàn huò yǒu yì liǎng shēng ké sou shēng .
phr. It is very quite in the meeting hall. Occasionally there are people coughing here and there.
chí xù ké sou
phr. have a persistent cough
fèi rè ké sou
phr. (Med.) cough with lung heat
ké sou xìng xiào chuǎn
nphr. (Med.) cough-variant asthma
màn xìng ké sou
phr. (Med.) chronic cough
tā ké sou ge bù tíng
phr. He coughed incessantly.
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tā gǎn mào le, ké sou de hěn lì hài .
phr. He caught a cold. He's coughing a lot.
hái ké sou
phr. in addition, (someone is) also coughing
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tā tóu téng, ké sou, kě néng gǎn mào le .
phr. She's having a headache and coughing; (she) has probably caught a cold.
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xiàn zài suó yǒu rén dōu hài pà ké sou de rén .
phr. Right now everybody is afraid of people who cough.