Today’s word of the day is 迷 (mí) which means ‘to bewilder’. Let’s practice making words, phrases, and sentences with 迷 (mí).
迷人 (mírén) Charming
The first word is 迷人 (mírén) which means charming. Let’s look at each character of this word, 迷 means ‘to bewilder’ and 人 means ‘person’. A way of using it in a sentence is 她有一张迷人的笑容。(Tā yǒu yī zhāng mírén de xiàoróng.) She has a charming smile.
迷路 (mílù) To get lost
Another word we can create with 迷 (mí) is 迷路 (mílù). This means ‘to get lost’. Let’s again look at each character of this word, 迷 means ‘to bewilder’, and 路 means ‘road’. A way of using it in a sentence is 我在陌生的城市里迷路了。(Wǒ zài mòshēng de chéngshì lǐ mílù le.) I got lost in an unfamiliar city.
迷信 (míxìn) Superstitious
Finally, we can create the word 迷信 (míxìn) which means ‘to be superstitious’. The 信 here means ‘to believe’. A way of using it in a sentence is 他仍然坚守着一些迷信的观念。(Tāmen réngrán jiānshǒu zhe yīxiē míxìn de guānniàn.) He still holds on to some superstitious beliefs.