Unicode/Hanzi Search: U+62C6 (拆)

to break up, split apart, rip open; to destroy
Strokes (without radical) 5 Total Strokes 8
Mandarin reading chaī chè Cantonese reading caak3
Japanese on reading taku seki Japanese kun reading hiraku saku
Korean reading thak Vietnamese reading sách
Specialized Semantic Variant(s)

CEDICT Entries:

   [ chaī ]    to tear open, to tear down, to tear apart, to open
   [ chaī xià ]    to dismantle, to take apart
   [ chaī jiè ]    short-term loan
   [ chaī fēn ]    to break up into parts
   [ chaī xiè ]    to unload, to dismantle
   [ chaī ]    fortune telling by unpicking Chinese characters
   [ chaī ]    daily interest on a loan
   [ chaī fàng kuǎn ]    funds on call, invested sum that can be cashed
   [ chaī sàn ]    to break up (a marriage, family etc)
西   [ chaī dōng qiáng qiáng ]    lit. pull down the east wall to repair the west wall (idiom); fig. temporary expedient, rob Peter to pay Paul
西   [ chaī dōng ]    lit. pull down the east wall to repair the west (idiom); fig. temporary expedient, Rob Peter to pay Paul
   [ chaī ]    to dismantle a machine, to terminate a telephone service
   [ chaī huǐ ]    to dismantle, to demolish
   [ chaī ]    to unpick and wash (e.g. padded garment)
   [ chaī yòng ]    to tear down and reuse, to cannibalize
穿   [ chaī chuān ]    to expose, to unmask, to see through (a lie etc)
   [ chaī xiàn ]    to remove stitches (from a wound)
   [ chaī taí ]    (theater) to dismantle the stage, (fig.) to pull the rug out from under sb's feet, to undermine sb's plans
   [ chaī jiě ]    to disassemble
   [ chaī zhàng ]    to work in an enterprise for a share of the profits
   [ chaī qiān ]    to demolish a building and relocate the inhabitants
   [ chaī kaī ]    to dismantle, to disassemble, to open up (sth sealed), to unpick
   [ chaī chú ]    to tear down, to demolish, to dismantle, to remove
⇒    [ rén jiān chaī ]    life is hard enough as it is; don't burst my bubble (Internet slang)
⇒    [ fèn chaī ]    to separate off, to hive off, a demerger
⇒    [ tóng chaī jiè ]    call loan, short-term loan within banking
⇒    [ níng chaī shí zuò huì zhuāng hūn ]    rather destroy ten temples than a single marriage (idiom)
⇒    [ tuō chaī ]    Evangelista Torricelli (1608-1647), Italian physicist, colleague of Galileo
⇒    [ dǎng chaī ]    pick and roll (basketball), screen and roll
⇒    [ qīng chaī ]    demolition (of buildings for new project)
⇒    [ qīng chaī ]    demolition of homes, to destroy homes (for new building projects)
⇒    [ jiān zhaō chaī zhaō ]    to counter every move, to be full of tricks
⇒    [ guò chaī ]    lit. to destroy the bridge after crossing the river (idiom), fig. to abandon one's benefactor upon achieving one's goal