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bì miǎn
v. to avoid, to refrain from, to avert

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.
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xǔ duō rén rèn wéi quán qiú huà shì dà shì suǒ qū, shuí yě wú fǎ bì miǎn .
phr. Many people believe that globalization is an irresistible trend, which cannot be avoided by anyone.
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yǒu xiē jiāo tōng shì gù běn lái shì ké yǐ bì miǎn de .
phr. Some traffic accidents can be avoided before they happen.
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wǒ men yào bì mián zǒu jí duān .
phr. We should avoid the extremes.
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cuò kāi gōng zuò shí jiān yǐ bì miǎn jiāo tōng yōng dǔ .
phr. Stagger the working time to avoid the heavy traffic.
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nǐ yào xué huì zài yùn dòng zhōng bì miǎn shēn tǐ de sǔn shāng .
phr. You need to learn how to avoid damage while doing sports.
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tā jí shí cǎi shā chē, cóng ér bì miǎn le wēi xiǎn .
phr. He stepped on the brake in time, thus avoided the danger.
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zài pǎo bù zhōng yīng gāi bì mián jiǎo gēn xiān zháo dì de qíng kuàng
phr. When running, you should avoid landing on your heels first.