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v. hang... over; put up; lift something together; come into contact, join; to take, travel by
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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.
dā jiàn
v. put up, set up
dā pèi
v./n. to collocate, to combine proportionally; to cooperate; to match or pair; collocation, combination; matching
dā cuò xián
phr. means there is something wrong in one's mind or have said/done something silly or abnormal
dā chē
v. to take or ride (train or bus); to get a lift, to hitchhike; (fig.) to stand to gain from a ready opportunity; to take advantage of sth
dā chéng
v. embark, take (bus, train, plane etc.)
dā shàn
v. strike up a conversation
ní lóng dā kòu
n. velcro strap
qiān xiàn dā qiáo
v. act as a go-between or an intermediate, serve as a link
gōu jiān dā bèi
phr. shoulder to shoulder and hand in hand -- intimate behaviours
dā zhàng peng
phr. pitch a tent
nǐ yào dā chē huí jiā ma
phr. Do you need a lift home? Do you need to take the bus home?
dā shàng
phr. (to indicate a result or beginning) put up; lift something together; come into contact, join; to travel by
bǎ yī fu dā zài shéng zi shang liàng gān
phr. to hang the clothes over the rope and let it dry off
dā jī mù
phr. to play with toy bricks, to build blocks
dā gōng chē
phr. to take the bus