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dǎo
v. to fall over, to fail or collapse; to overthrow; be spoiled, have malfunction; change, shift; move around; sell up; buy and resell at a profit
Other meanings
[dào]   v. pour; to reverse; move backward
[dào]   adj. upside down, inverted
[dào]   adv. (contrary to common sense or one's expectation); but, however; (after a "verb + de" structure, implying blame); (in the subordinate clause, indicating concession); (in an imperative sentence or a question, indicating impatience); (used to soften the tone)
    person, man
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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.
EXAMPLES
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tā kào dǎo teng yī fu zhuàn qián .
phr. He earned money by buying and selling clothes.
dǎo bì
v. go bankrupt, close down
dǎo piào
v. resell tickets
dǎo tái
v. to fall or collapse from power
dǎo wèi kǒu
v. spoil one's appetite, lose one's appetite, get fed up with, be disgusting
diē dǎo
v. fall down
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tā yīn láo lèi guò dù bìng dǎo le .
phr. He fell sick due to overwork.
tuī dǎo
v. push over, overthrow
dǎo mài
v. resell at a profit, speculate
dǎo xià lái
phr. fall down
dǎo chē
v. to change trains or buses; to buy and sell cars (for quick profit)
dǎo gé
v. bring down a cabinet, force a government to resign