variant of 攴[pu1]

= 𠂉 + : Mnemonic symbol: the epitome of rapping and tapping is a sledge hammer. Petra pinguin (pu) forgot her key (𠂉) and know she's locked out of the space station (Ø1). At first she tries to open the lock with pliers (乂), but in the end she has no choice but to use the sledge hammer (攵).

攵 character breakdown

to regulate / to govern / to control / to mow

= 丿 + : Mnemonic symbol: 乂 looks like pliers. Maud Younger (y) is using pliers (乂) in the space station's bathroom (Ø4) to regulate (乂) and control (乂) the water flow of the sink. Using the pliers she has to pull a lot of bananas (丿) and fingers (㇏) out of the sink.
Character component without intrinsic meaning

𠂉 = 丿 + : Mnemonic symbol: the character looks like a key.

Characters with 攵 as component

religion / teaching / to make / to cause / to tell

= + : Joan of Arc joined an apocalyptic religious sect that taught her to dig her own grave. Wearing a mourning veil, she breaks the floor of the aorta's bathroom open using a sledgehammer.
surname Jiao
to teach
to put / to place / to release / to free / to let go / to let out / to set off (fireworks)

= + : In the anglepod's bathroom, Frankenstein's monster crushes a square to pieces using a sledgehammer. He puts the pieces into the toilet and releases them afterwards by flushing it.
happening / instance / reason / cause / intentional / former / old / friend / therefore / hence / (of people) to die, dead

= + : Mnemonic symbol: This character only appears in 做, so we don't need a strong mnemonic symbol. We should be able to refer to 故 when we think of 故事 or 故意. Because it fits nicely to its components, I'll think of it as in the meaning of 故墓, an old grave.

= + : There is an ancient cloister in the space station's bathroom, and Gitta Giraffe once heard a story from her fellow astronauts that there's an old tomb inside with lots of treasure. One day she can't hold herself back anymore and deliberately breaks the cloister open using a sledgehammer.
to count / to count as / to regard as / to enumerate (sb's shortcomings)

= + : Sheldon Shrimp (shu) occupied a lunar mansion (娄) inside of the space station (Ø3) although he knows that it is to be torn down. Outside of his lunar mansion the construction (or rather destruction) workers are already counting (数) down from ten. When they count (数) zero, they will start taking down the whole thing with their sledgehammers (攵).
frequently / repeatedly
number / figure / several / CL:個|个[ge4]
to change / to alter / to transform / to correct

= + : Guy Fawkes rose to power in the airplane and the first thing he wants to do is to change the throne. He used a butcher's hook to scratch the jewels out of the golden throne. Now he uses a sledgehammer to change the throne into a new form, that is, a pile of garbage.
to receive / to accept / to collect / to put away / to restrain / to stop / in care of (used on address line after name)

= + : In front of the outhouse, Sherlock Holmes is proud to receive a honorary sledge hammer for his fine detective work. Everyone is so afraid of him that they hand him the sledge hammer from far away using a roast fork.
to dare / daring / (polite) may I venture

= + + : Mnemonic symbol: 石敢当, stone tablet erected to ward off evil spirits.

Guy Fawkes erected a stone tablet to ward off evil spirits inside of the anthill, but as he was drinking at the bar he noticed how the stone tablet suddenly started moving all on its own and tried to cut off Guy's ear with a sickle. Consequently, Guy Fawkes takes a sledgehammer and destroys the stone tablet to be safe; he wouldn't dare to have another drink setting next to this weird tablet.
distant, far / adverbial prefix

= + + : Mnemonic symbol: binoculars.

With the help of binoculars, in front of the outhouse Rosa Luxemburg sees Maud Younger trying to break into the outhouse using a sledgehammer. Rosa acts quickly and uses a dinosaur bone as a boomerang to paralyze Maud.

Words with 攵

攵 is not used as a component in another word.

Sentences with 攵

攵 currently does not appear in any sentence.