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pǎo
v. run; escape; walk, go to; run errands; leak; (of liquids) evaporate
Other meanings
[páo]   v. (of animals) to paw (the ground)
    foot
 n/a 
Simplified stroke orders are based on the 'Standard of National Commonly-used Mandarin Chinese Characters (现代汉语通用字笔顺规范)', issued by the China National Language and Character Working Committee (国家语言文字工作委员会) on April 7th 1997. Traditional stroke orders are based on information issued by the Taiwan Ministry of Education.
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kàn jiàn qián mian yǒu yí kuài gǔ tou , xiáo gǒu jiù gǎn kuài pǎo guo qù le .
phr. Upon seeing the bone in front of it, the little dog ran off immediately to get it.
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tā yí kàn dào láo bǎn , jiù pǎo guo qù tào jìn hu .
phr. On seeing the boss he will go to butter him up.
táo pǎo
v. run away, flee, escape
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wǒ de chē tāi pǎo qì le
phr. Air is escaping from my tire.
bái pǎo yí tàng
phr. make a fruitless trip
pǎo jiāng hú
phr. (old term) to rove the country, to make a living traveling around (as a traveling performer, a salesman, a fortuneteller, etc.)
páo jǐng bào
phr. to run for shelter (during an air raid)
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xiāng shuǐ píng yào gài hǎo gài zi , bù rán xiāng shuǐ dōu pǎo méi le .
phr. The cap of the perfume bottle must be tightened, or else (the perfume) will evaporate (over time).