How to say hot water in Chinese: Kāishuǐ

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How to say hot water in Chinese: Kāishuǐ

Learning Chinese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say hot water in Chinese: Kāishuǐ
Say it out loud: “Kai Shway

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Some more helpful words in our Chinese Drinks category:

...a glass of – Yī Bēi…  (Ee Bay…)
...a liter of – Yī Shēng…  (Ee Shuhng…)
...beer – ...Píjiǔ  (...Pee Jyo)
...red/white wine – ...Hóng / Bái Pútáojiǔ  (...Hong / Bai Poo Tao Jyo)
bottled water – Kuàngquánshuǐ  (Kwang Chwen Shway)
carbonated water – Qìshuǐ  (Chee Shway)
coffee / tea – Kāfēi /Chá  (Ka Fay / Cha)
hot water – Kāishuǐ  (Kai Shway)
no ice – Búyào Bīng  (Boo Yao Bing)
water – Shuǐ  (Shway)
… a bottle of – Yī Píng…  (Ee Ping…)
….house wine – ...Pútáojiǔ  (...Poo Tao Jyo)

And here’s how to say hot water in other languages!

Arabic–Ma' Sakhen  (maah sa ken)
Chinese–Kāishuǐ  (Kai Shway)
Croatian–tople vode  (toe play vōh day)
Czech–teplé vody  (tep lay voe dee)
Finnish–kuuma vesi  (coo mah veh sih)
French–eau chaude  (oh shoad)
German–heissem wasser  (hi zem vah sur)
Italian–acqua calda  (ahk wuh call duh)
Japanese–Yu  (Yoo)
Korean–Tteugeoun Mul  (Ddeu Guh Oon Mool)
Polish–gorąca woda  (go ro' tza vo' da)
Portuguese–Água Quente  (ah goo-ah ken chee)
Russian–goryachaya voda  (gah rya chah ya vah dah)
Spanish–agua caliente  (ah gwuh kall ee in' tay)
Swahili–maji moto  (ma jee mo’ toh)
Thai–Nam Ron  (nahm rawn)
Turkish–sıcak su  (soo jok' suh)
Vietnamese–Nước Nóng  (Nuu-Uhk Nawm)

Many hotels come fitted with showers/ baths that have "hot water" (Kāishuǐ). When getting a room it is advisable to ask the reception if their rooms have "hot water" (Kāishuǐ). You may also require "hot water" (Kāishuǐ) for other purposes such as drinking, so if at a hotel, call the room service and ask "may I have a glass of "hot water" (Kāishuǐ)?" Get instant access to the Chinese Language Set.

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Fred Bane
Biography: Fred Bane is a media producer and translator living in Nanjing China. Since graduating with a BA in International Relations from American University in 2007, Fred has lived in Vietnam and then China, where he received a Masters in Ethnography from Nanjing University in 2012. Fred currently works for a non-profit organization involved in education and cultural exchange, and moonlights as a Chinese-English medical translator.
Born: Portland, Oregon, USA
Location: Nanjing, China
Website : Ameson Education and Culture Exchange Foundation

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