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shuāi
v. fall; cause to fall and break; hurtle down, plunge; cast, throw
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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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tā de gǔ tou shuāi duàn le , déi shǒu shù .
phr. He fell down and broke a bone, which required a surgery.
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tā bǎ shōu yīn jī shuāi zài le dì shang .
phr. He threw the radio on the ground.
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tā cóng shān shàng shuāi xià lái , suī rán bǐ jiào yán zhòng , dàn hái bú zhì yú wēi jí shēng mìng .
phr. He fell down the mountain. Though very serious, it's unlikely to threaten his life.
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tā bèi shéng zi bàn dǎo le , yǎn jìng shuāi suì le .
phr. He stumbled over a rope and his glasses broke into pieces.
shuāi duàn
phr. to fall and break, to break (bones) by falling
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huā píng cóng zhuō zi shang diào le xià lai , shuāi chéng le suì piàn .
phr. The vase fell off the table and broke into pieces.
shuāi huài
v. break
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tā shuāi shāng le yì tiáo tuǐ .
phr. He hurt one of his legs.
shuāi pò
phr. to drop and break
shuāi jiāo
v. trip and fall; (metaphor) make a blunder
shuāi le yì jiāo
phr. (of a person losing balance) to have a fall, to fall