to walk (side part of split character)

Chantal Chicken tries out her new gladiator sandals in the observatory's bathroom.

辶 character breakdown

The character 辶 cannot be broken down into individual components.

Characters with 辶 as component

road / path / CL:條|条[tiao2],股[gu3] / principle / truth / morality / reason / skill / method / Dao (of Daoism) / to say / to speak / to talk / classifier for long thin things (rivers, cracks etc), barriers (walls, doors etc), questions (in an exam etc), commands, courses in a meal, steps in a process / (old) circuit (administrative division)

= + : The chief and Don Quixote decided to follow the path of the Dao in the aorta's bathroom. They wear gladiator sandals and meditate sitting on the floor of the bathroom, envisioning the path to enlightment.
(pronoun) this; these / (bound form) this; the (followed by a noun) / (bound form) this; these (followed by a classifier) (in this sense, commonly pr. [zhei4], esp. in Beijing)

= + : James II of England (zh) is carrying a heavy book (文) in the elevator's bathroom (e4). This (这) book is so heavy that his gladiator sandals (辶) are sinking deep into the sand.
surname Guo
to cross / to go over / to pass (time) / to celebrate (a holiday) / to live / to get along / excessively / too-

= + : Gitta Giraffe is trying out her new gladiator sandals in the observatory's bathroom. She's even able to cross a puddle of water with them by just walking on the water, so thumbs up for her!
(experienced action marker)
to go forward / to advance / to go in / to enter / to put in / to submit / to take in / to admit / (math.) base of a number system / classifier for sections in a building or residential compound

= + : Joan of Arc fell into a well after she entered the encampment's bathroom, but luckily one of her gladiator sandals got stuck on one toilet, so now she can use the string to climb out of the well.
still / still in progress / still more / yet / even more / in addition / fairly / passably (good) / as early as / even / also / else

= + : Hamlet sees an early exhibit of king Leonidas' gladiator sandals in the airplane's kitchen. However, the exhibition is still not set up but in the progress of being set up, so there's a big sign showing that it's forbidden to touch the sandals.
surname Huan
to pay back / to return
to deliver / to carry / to give (as a present) / to present (with) / to see off / to send

= + : Mnemonic symbol: a delivery girl.

Inside of the engine's bathroom, the delivery girl gave a parcel to Susan Saint Bernard in passing since she can't stop her new electrical gladiator sandals. Susan Saint Bernard recognizes her demise and uses her spider-superpowers to push the off button of her sandals so that she can rest for a while.
side / edge / margin / border / boundary / CL:個|个[ge4] / simultaneously

= + : Brunhilde fell down on the sidewalk in front of the anthill. One of her gladiator sandals got stuck in a electricity line at the side of the inn.
suffix of a noun of locality
far / distant / remote / (intensifier in a comparison) by far / much (lower etc)

= + : In anthill Yu the Great spent already hundreds of coins on a claw crane, because she wants these gladiator sandals so badly. She tries again and again, but she always moves the claw too far.
to distance oneself from (classical)
classifier for an activity, taken in its entirety (tirade of abuse, stint of music playing, bout of drinking etc)
to go through / to know well / (suffix) expert / to connect / to communicate / open / to clear / classifier for letters, telegrams, phone calls etc

= + : In front of the engine a pile of yongzhong bells were blocking the way. Tommy Turtle attended to the matter and cleared the way. He lined the bells up to two lines, put on his gladiator sandals and now marches right through this path screened by walls on two sides like a roman general.

Words with 辶

辶 is not used as a component in another word.

Sentences with 辶

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