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zhuàng
v. collide, run into, bump against; rush, dash; meet by chance; try one's luck
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Simplified Chinese

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Traditional Chinese

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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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héng chōng zhí zhuàng
phr. go on the rampage
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zài qí chē qù cān jiā kǎo shì de lù shang , tā bù xiǎo xīn zhuàng shàng le yì kē shù
phr. As he was on his bike on the way to take an exam, he hit a tree by accident.
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yí gè lǎo rén bèi zhuàng dǎo le , dà jiā dōu zhēng zhe sòng tā qù yī yuàn
phr. An old man was knocked down, and everyone scrambled to send him to the hospital.
zhuàng jiàn
v. meet by accident
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wǒ gāng yí jìn mén jiù yì tóu zhuàng shàng láo bǎn
phr. No sooner had I walked inside than I bumped into the boss.
zhuàng ge zhèng zháo
phr. (oral) be caught doing something wrong, be busted
zhuàng piàn
v. to seek a chance to deceive sb.
zhuàng shàng
phr. meet by chance, encounter; happen to see, discover by chance; run into, bump into
​儿​倒。
​兒​倒。
tā chā diǎnr méi bèi nà liàng chē zhuàng dǎo .
phr. He was almost knocked over by that car.