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jí gé
v. pass (in a test)

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 tài bèn le zhè cì cè yàn yòu bù jí gé bù dé bù fēn xī yí xià yuán yīn le
phr. I was stupid and did not pass the test this time, I have no choice but have to analyse the reasons.
bù jí gé
phr. fail (in the exam)
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tā kǎo shì méi jí gé .
phr. He did not pass the examination.
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wǒ de fēn shù hái bù jí gé ne .
phr. My grade is still failing.
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tā jīng cháng kuàng kè , yǐ zhì yú kǎo shì bù jí gé
phr. He often cut classes, so that he failed the exam.
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rú guó ní háo hǎo fù xí , kǎo shì hé yǐ huì bù jí gé
phr. If you had a good review, how could you fail the exam?
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chā bàn fēn jiù jí gé le , zhēn kě xī !
phr. Only 0.5 point away from passing the exam -- what a pity!
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yào bú shì nǐ de fú dǎo , wó kǎo shì yí dìng bù néng jí gé .
phr. If it hadn't been your tutoring, I would have failed the exam for sure.
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wǒ tài bèn le , zhōng wén kǎo shì zǒng shì bù jí gé .
phr. I am so stupid. I always fail my Chinese exam.
jí gé lǜ
nphr. pass rate