Thin in Chinese (for Objects)


WARNING: This character cannot be used in reference to a person to mean that he or she is slim and trim! Instead,

The Chinese character for thin (when referring to objects) is “bó” which can alternatively be pronounced also as “báo.” The first pronunciation is “b” + “wo” (which is between “woah” and “wow”) while the second is “b” + “ou” as in “ouch.”

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