戴 dài: Meaning and Pronunciation / HSK 4

戴 (dài) English Meaning

  • to put on or wear (glasses, hat, gloves, etc.)
  • to respect
  • to bear
  • to support

Traditional Character:  

This character forms words in:

Sample Sentences

  • 他歪戴着帽子。
    Tā wāi dàizhe màozi.
    He’s got his hat on askew.
  • 你把帽子戴反了。
    Nǐ bǎ màozi dài fǎnle.
    You have put your hat on backwards.
  • 他的帽子没戴正。
    Tā de màozi méi dài zhèng.
    His hat isn’t on straight.
  • 他戴着帽子在那里站着。
    Tā dàizhe màozi zài nàlǐ zhànzhe.
    He stood there with his hat on.
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Stroke Order & Character Components

HSK 4 dai 4

戴 (dài): to put on or wear (glasses, hat, gloves, etc.); to respect; to bear; to support

  • 土 (tǔ): earth
  • 異 (yì): different, strange
  • 戈 (gē): halberd

Links to all HSK Words & Lists Containing 戴

HSK 4 Word List

  • 戴 (dài): to put on or wear (glasses, hat, gloves, etc.); to respect; to bear; to support

HSK 6 Word List

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