爬山 (pá shān) English Meaning
- to climb a mountain
- to mountaineer
Traditional Characters: 爬山
爬 is only found in HSK 3.
山 forms words in:
Tā jiǎzhuāng zài páshān.
He was pretending to climb a mountain.
Páshān shì duàn liàn de hǎo fāngfǎ.
It’s good exercise to climb hills.
Páshān zhě yī shīzú jiù huì sàngmìng.
A false step could have cost the climbers their lives.
Páshān shí, tāmen gēn bù shàng wǒmen.
They could not keep up with us when we climbed the mountain.
Tāmen páshān yǐhòu jīnpílìjìnle.
They were in a state of exhaustion after climbing the mountain.
Nǐ běnlái bu gāi bèn dé dāndú qù páshān.
You should have known better than to go mountain climbing alone.
Stroke Order & Character Components
爬 (pá): to crawl; to climb; to get up or sit up
- 爪(zhǎo): claw
- 巴(bā): to long for; to wish; to cling to; to stick to; something that sticks; close to; next to; spread open; informal abbreviation for bus 巴士(bā shì); bar (unit of pressure); nominalizing suffix on certain nouns, such as 尾巴(wěi ba), tail
山 (shān): mountain; hill; anything that resembles a mountain; CL: 座(zuò); bundled straw in which silkworms spin cocoons; gable
- 山 (shān): mountain