Meaning of 躁

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Pinyin: zào
English Definition: hot-tempered; impatient
Chinese Definition:
Total strokes: 20; Radical:
Pictophonetic: indicates the sound; (foot) conveys the meaning.
Character Formation:
  • Left to right
    • [ ] foot; to attain, to satisfy; enough
    • [ zào ] the sound of birds chirping
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Example Words
浮躁 zào fickle and impatient; restless; giddy; scatterbrained
烦躁 fán zào jittery; twitchy; fidgety
急躁 zào irritable; irascible; impetuous
焦躁 jiāo zào fretful; impatient
暴躁 bào zào irascible; irritable; violent
More: 躁* | *躁 | *躁*
Example Sentences
Even though episodes of mania and depression naturally come and go, it is important to understand that bipolar disorder is a long-term illness that currently has no cure.
Those who would win are like toreroes, patient, following their own beat, consuming rivals' patience and strength. After the second round come out great professional managers.
No idiom is taboo, no accent forbidden; there is simply a better chance of doing well if the writer holds a steady course, enters the stream of English quietly, and does not thrash about.
Only when people don't worry not rashness, thus, not arrogant discontent, keep your heart, not for peace, being moved by trapped fame and wealth, you can walk out "hungry monkey" predicament.
Patience down-to-earth style perseverance and broad vision mingled to form the central theme of his character.