Meaning of 俘

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English Definition: to take prisoner; prisoner of war
Chinese Definition:
Total strokes: 9; Radical:
Pictophonetic: indicates the sound; (person) conveys the meaning.
Character Formation:
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    • [ rén ] man, person; people
    • [ ] to brood over eggs; to have confidence
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Example Words
俘虏 captive
战俘 zhàn prisoner of war
俘获 huò to capture (enemy property or personnel); capture (physics: absorption of subatomic particle by an atom or nucleus)
捕俘 to capture enemy personnel (for intelligence purposes)
伤俘 shāng wounded and captured
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Example Sentences
It is a total capture solution to save you time and boost productivity.
Did he not invade Iraq on trumped-up charges, bend America' s laws and values to permit the torture of prisoners, and leave his successor the worst economic crisis since the 1930s?
I was captured by the beauty of the subject. Every concept seemed alive: a triumph of imagination, intuition and intelligence.
These results have given the experimental data for the fulgides to be used in the optical information processing.
But China will not easily capture hearts and minds. The Chinese are ethnocentric. In large ways and small, an instinct to narrowly defend interests can be off putting