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v. to mend; to make up for; to nourish
Other meanings
[bǔ]   char. (lit.) benefit, help
    clothes (for )
    clothes (for )

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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tā hěn máng bù yí dìng yǒu shí jiān bāng ní bǔ kè
phr. He is very busy, he may not have the time to help you to make up for a missed lesson.
tì bǔ
phr. substitute, reserve
qǔ cháng bú duǎn
phr. learn from others' strong points and strengthen the weak points
hòu bǔ
v. to be an alternate for a vacancy
xiū bǔ
v. revamp, mend, patch, repair, patch up
féng bǔ
v. sew and mend
zī bǔ
v. to nourish
bǔ yá
phr. fill a tooth, have a tooth filled
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tā zài bāng wó gěi yī fu bǔ dòng
phr. He's helping me to sew up the holes in my clothes.
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pèng suì de pán zi bú yào rēng diào , wǒ men hái néng yòng jiāo shuí bǔ yí xià .
phr. Do not throw away the broken dish. We can patch it up using glue.
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jī chǎng de xiáo jiě shuō wǒ de xíng lǐ chāo zhòng liù gōng jīn , déi bǔ qián , měi gōng jīn bǔ shí wǔ ōu yuán .
phr. The young lady of the airport said that my luggage exceeded the weight limit by six kilograms, and that I had to make up for it by paying fifteen euros per extra kilogram.