出局

Mandarin for to send off (player for a foul)

The mandarin vocabulary 出局 can also mean to knock out, to eliminate, to call out, to kill off, to pull out of (a competition), to retire (a runner in baseball), and out (i.e. man out in baseball)

You can remember the meaning of 出局 with this easy mnemonic:

He sent the player off and out (出) through a narrow (局) alley to think about his misbehaviors.

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The reading of 出局 is chū jú.

You can remember how to say 出局 with this useful mnemonic:

Apparently, the player was chewing (chū) tobacco and spitting juices (jú) out on the field.

Using mnemonics to remember the reading of Chinese vocabulary like has a huge impact on how long to learn Mandarin it takes.

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