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The Cantonese word diu - 丢 - diu1
(to lose in Cantonese)





Romanization (Jyutping)

diu1
also: diu6

English translations

to lose, to throw, to discard, to leave aside,
to find something missing, to toss, to throw away, to have lost a part or component of something

Chinese character (simplified):

丢 ( diu / diu1 ) in traditional characters
Character complexity
the more strokes, the harder it is to write and memorize this character the more strokes, the harder it is to write and memorize this character the more strokes, the harder it is to write and memorize this character the more strokes, the harder it is to write and memorize this character the more strokes, the harder it is to write and memorize this character 

is composed of 6 strokes and therefore is of low complexity compared to the other simplified Chinese characters (average: 13.1 strokes).

Tags and additional information
(Meaning of individual characters, character components etc.)

to abandon  |  to discard
 
More words that mean to lose in Cantonese
baai6 ( 败 ), deu6 ( 掉 ), fu6 ( 负 ), joek6 ( 弱 ), sat1 ( 失 ), sik6 ( 蚀 ), syu1 ( 输 ), wai4 ( 遗 ), zit3 ( 折 )
More words that mean to throw in Cantonese
jing4 ( 扔 ), tau4 ( 投 )

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