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chū zū chē
n. taxi

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
chū zū chē chéng chē diǎn
phr. taxi pick-up point
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huān yíng nín zài cì chéng zuò běi jīng chū zū chē
phr. You are welcome to take a Beijing taxi again.
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wǒ men zuò chū zū chē qù chāo shì ba .
phr. Let's go to the supermarket by taxi.
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suó yǒu de chū zū chē dōu yīng gāi dá biǎo jì fèi .
phr. All the taxis should charge by the meter.
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xué xiào lí jī chǎng fēi cháng yuǎn , yú shì wó zhí hǎo zuò chū zū chē qù .
phr. The school was very far away from the airport, so I had to take a taxi.
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chū zū chē dōu àn shí jì suó zǒu de lǐ chéng shōu fèi .
phr. Taxis charge according to the actual mileage they cover.
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wǒ yào chū qù yí tàng , qǐng bāng wǒ jiào liàng chū zū chē
phr. I want to go out, please call a taxi for me.
zuò chū zū chē
v. take a taxi
chū zū chē sī jī
nphr. cab driver, cab man
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wǒ kāi le sān nián chū zū chē le .
phr. I've been driving a taxi for three years.