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píng ān
adj. safe and well, safe
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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zhù nǐ yí lù píng ān
phr. Wish you a safe trip.
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wǒ bù qiú bié de , dàn qiú nǐ men píng ān .
phr. I only hope that you are safe.
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kàn dào nǚ péng you píng ān huí lái , tā jí dù xīng fèn .
phr. He was extremely happy since his girlfriend came back safely.
yí lù píng ān
phr. Wish you a safe journey/trip
píng ān yè
n. Christmas Eve
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yǒu xiē rén xiāng xìn shén xiān ké yí bǎo yòu rén men yì shēng píng ān
phr. Some people believe that a supernatural power can bless them and keep them safe throughout their lives.
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hěn duō rén zài sì miào li xǔ yuàn yǐ qiú yì shēng píng ān
phr. Many people make wishes at the temple for being safe all their lives.
suì suì píng ān
phr. (auspicious words) safe, happy and lucky every year
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jiā rén qiáo pàn tā píng ān guī lái
phr. The family was looking forward to his safe return eagerly.
chū rù píng ān
phr. (wish you a) safe trip wherever you go
bào píng ān
phr. to call and say one's safe or everything is okay
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zhù nǐ men yí lù píng ān .
phr. Wish you a safe trip. (addressing two or more people)