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shí hou
n. time, moment

Simplified Chinese

Traditional Chinese

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.
EXAMPLES
yǒu shí hou
phr. sometimes
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wǒ shén me shí hou zài lái
phr. When shall I come back?
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shén me shí hou guān mén ?
phr. When will it be closed?
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xiàn zài jí diǎn le ? diàn yǐng shén me shí hou kāi shǐ ?
phr. What time is it now? When does the movie start?
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wǒ men hái méi jué dìng shén me shí hou chū fā .
phr. We haven't decided yet when to set off.
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dāng ... de shí hou
phr. when, at the time that ...
xiǎo shí hou
n. childhood
rèn hé shí hou
phr. any time
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dào shí hou zài shuō ba .
phr. We'll talk about it when the time comes.
zhè shí hou
phr. at this time, at this moment
shén me shí hou yǒu kòng
phr. when (are you, is she or he) free?
kāi xué de shí hou
nphr. when the new semester begins
gǎn mào de shí hou
phr. when having a cold
guò xīn nián de shí hou
phr. when celebrating the new year
tiān qì rè de shí hou
phr. when the weather is hot
tā zhù yuàn de shí hou
phr. when he is in hospital
chī fàn de shí hou
phr. when having a meal
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sì yuè shì zhòng shù de shí hou .
phr. April is the time to plant trees.