Chinese Symbol Character For Falling-rising tone

Chinese symbol character for Falling-rising tone: what you see below is the Chinese symbol character for "Falling-rising tone" - all about it in 4 sections. Please note that "Falling-rising tone" is one of the meanings of this symbol and that there might be more than one symbol with this meaning.

Section 1: Image and text;
Section 2: Pronunciation and meaning;
Section 3: Traditional version;
Section 4: Chinese names containing this symbol.

1) IMAGE AND TEXT

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2) PRONUNCIATION AND MEANING

PronunciationMeaning

shang3

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Falling-rising tone

shang4

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Upper, up, upward; higher, superior, better; first (part), preceding, previous; the emperor; a note (equivalent to 1) of the scale in gongchepu (a traditional Chinese musical notation); falling-rising tone (one of the four tones in classical Chinese and the third tone in modern standard Chinese pronunciation)

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Go up, mount, board, get on; go to, leave for; submit, send in; present; forge ahead, go ahead; appear on the stage, enter; enter the court or field; fill, supply, serve; place something in position, set, fix; apply, paint, smear; be put on record, be carried (in a publication); wind, screw, tighten; be engaged at a fixed time (in work, study, etc.); up to, as many as

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A surname

shang5

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Used after a verb:
1. to indicate motion from a lower to a higher position;
2. to indicate achievement of the action expressed by the verb;
3. to indicate the beginning and continuity of the action expressed by the verb

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Used after a noun:
1. to indicate the surface of an object;
2. to indicate the scope of something


A warning: In Chinese, words are often composed by two Chinese characters. This page is not a dictionary.

3) TRADITIONAL VERSION

There's no difference between the simplified and the traditional version of this symbol character.

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4) CHINESE NAMES CONTAINING THIS SYMBOL

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