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n. strokes of Chinese characters; number of strokes of Chinese characters
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How is the word "笔画" used in sentences? (bǐhuà)
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"笔画" (bǐhuà) is used to refer to the number of strokes used to write a Chinese character. For example, the character 人 (rén) is composed of two strokes, so it is said to have two "笔画". It can also be used to refer to the strokes themselves, as in the phrase "按照笔画顺序" (àn zhào bǐhuà shùnxù), which means "in order of the strokes".
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