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xíng shǐ
v. (of vehicles) go, run

Simplified Chinese

Traditional Chinese

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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xiàn zài shì gāo fēng shí jiān , lù shang chē liàng xíng shǐ huǎn màn .
phr. Vehicles are moving very slowly in the street, because it is now rush hour.
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qì chē zài qí qū de shān lù shàng diān bǒ xíng shǐ .
phr. The car bounced along the bumpy mountain road.
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zhè tiáo mǎ lù hěn kuān , ké yǐ bìng pái xíng shǐ sì liàng kǎ chē .
phr. This road is so wide that it can take up four lanes of traffic.
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nà liàng gāo sù xíng shǐ de chē hū dì tíng le xià lái
phr. The car running at a high speed suddenly came to a stop.
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zhōng sù xíng shǐ , ān quán lǐ ràng
phr. Drive at a moderate speed and make way by courtesy for safety's sake.
xíng shǐ zhí zhào
nphr. vehicle inspection sticker
qǐng àn chē dào xíng shǐ
phr. Use Correct Lane
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zhèng míng nǐ de chē liàng mǎn zú xíng shǐ de bì xū tiáo jiàn
phr. testify that your vehicle meets the technical conditions for driving
xíng shǐ sù dù
nphr. (of motor vehicles) running speed, driving speed