variant of 豎|竖[shu4]
to erect / vertical / vertical stroke (in Chinese characters)

= + : In the space station's bathroom (Ø4) Sheldon Shrimp (shu) is experimenting with different ways of putting a radio (収) on top of a vase (立) in order to use the vase as resonating body to improve the sound quality. In the end he decides that the best way to put the radio is to set it up vertically (竖).

竖 character breakdown

variant of 收[shou1]

= + : Mnemonic symbol: a radio receiver.

In front of the outhouse, Sherlock Holmes wants to improve the range of his radio receiver, so he adds very long roast forks as antennas. To make them safe he shoves boxing gloves over their pointy ends.
surname Li
to stand / to set up / to establish / to lay down / to draw up / at once / immediately

= + : Li Qing Zhao hides some weed in a vase in the space station's bathroom. To get the weed there, she transports it under her beret.

Characters with 竖 as component

竖 is not used as a component in another character.

Words with 竖

in disorder / in a tremendous mess
to pick on sth incessantly (idiom) / to criticize right and left
to explain sth over and over again / to repeat
to lie down all over the place / exhausted and in disarray
standing / vertical
乚 stroke in Chinese characters
(downwards-starting right angle character stroke)
stroke𠄌 in Chinese characters (e.g. 以[yi3])
vertical / to erect / to set upright / vertical stroke in Chinese characters / young servant (old)
recorder / (Tw) clarinet
vertical stroke (in Chinese characters)
see 立蛋[li4 dan4]
to give a thumbs-up / to express one's approval
to prick up one's ears / to strain to hear sth
vertical stroke with a hook at the end (in Chinese characters)
to prick up one's ears; to strain to hear sth
in disorder / at sixes and sevens (idiom)

Sentences with 竖

竖 currently does not appear in any sentence.