CRISP  脆的

FRIED so as to BECOME BRITTLE AND SAVOURY.
CRUNCHYCRISPYBRITTLECRUMBLYFRIABLEBREAKABLEFIRMDRY
Kind Of

FRY

Old Chinese Criteria

1. A common general term for crisp is wēi 脆.

2. Sū 酥 refers to something crisp and easy to smash, but the word is not current in pre-Buddhist literature.

Modern Chinese Criteria

脆生

脆生生

爽脆

酥脆

響脆

油酥

爽氣 refers specifically (and figuratively) to crispness of air.

爽朗 refers specifically (and figuratively) to crispness of air.

rough draft to BEGIN TO identify synonym group members for analysis, based on CL etc. 18.11.2003. CH /

Attributions by syntactic funtion

  • vadN : 1

Attributions by text

  • 韓非子 : 1

Words

   cuì OC: tshods MC: tshiɛi 1 Attribution

A common general term for crisp is wēi 脆.

  • vadNcrisp, fried delicately
   sū OC: saa MC: suo̝ 0 Attributions

Sū 酥 refers to something crisp and easy to smash.

    Existing SW for

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