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cái qǔ
v. adopt, take (measure etc.)

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.
EXAMPLES
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wǒ men yīng dāng cái qú yǒu xiào cuò shī jiāng zāi hài sǔn shī jiàng dào zuì dī
phr. We should take effective measures to minimize the losses caused by disasters.
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hái shì cái qǔ xiē cuò shī fāng fǎ shén me de ba .
phr. You had better adopt some measures.
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zhēn duì chū xiàn de bù tóng wèn tí , yào cái qǔ duì yìng de cuò shī .
phr. Corresponding means should be taken to solve different problems.
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zài ān quán fāng miàn nǐ men cái qǔ le shén me qiè shí kě xíng de zhèng cè hé cuò shī ?
phr. In terms of security, what feasible measures and policies have you adopted?
cái qǔ qiáng yǒu lì de xíng dong
phr. take powerful action
cái qǔ xiāng yìng de cuò shī
phr. take relevant measures
cái qǔ hé huǎn de tài du
phr. adopt a mild attitude
cái qú guó gǎn xíng dòng
phr. take courageous and resolute action
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tiān qì tài rè le , wǒ men bì xū cái qǔ xiē jiàng wēn cuò shī
phr. The weather is so hot. We must take some steps to lower the temperature.
cái qǔ xíng dòng
phr. take action, make a move
cái qǔ cuò shī
phr. to adopt a measure