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gǎn shòu
v./n. to feel, to experience; to catch or be affected by; impression, experience, feeling
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
穿​。
穿​。
chuān shàng hé fú ràng wó gǎn shòu dào le yì guó fēng qù .
phr. Wearing a Kimono makes me feel exotic.
​,​。
​,​。
wǒ zhù yuàn qī jiān, wǒ shēn shēn de gǎn shòu dào le tā de ài .
phr. When I was in the hospital, I deeply felt his love for me.
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nǐ bù néng wéi suǒ yù wéi, yào kǎo lǜ bié rén de gǎn shòu .
phr. You cannot do whatever you want. You should take others' feelings into account.
广​。
​。
zhè gè guǎng gào gěi rén xiān huó de gǎn shòu
phr. The advertisement gives people a vivid impression.
​,​。
​,​。
ní xiáng zěn me zuò jiù zěn me zuò, wú xū kǎo lǜ wǒ de gǎn shòu .
phr. You can do whatever you like to do; you don't need to think about my feelings.
gǎn shòu fēng hán
phr. to catch cold, to be affected by the cold
使​。
使​。
zhōng guó zhī xíng shí wó gǎn shòu hěn shēn .
phr. My visit to China was quite a great experience.