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tàng
char./m. sth that is proceeding; measure word for a round trip, a set of wushu movements, bus or train service, or things in a row
Other meanings
[tāng]   v. wade, ford (across water)
    run
 n/a 
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 qù le tàng tǐ yù chǎng .
phr. I went to the stadium.
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wǒ shàng ge yuè qù le yí tàng běi jīng .
phr. I went to Beijing last month.
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zhè tàng chē jí diǎn dào ?
phr. What time does the train arrive?
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zhè tàng chē jí diǎn fā chē ?
phr. What time does the train leave?
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nǎ tàng chē zuì pián yi ?
phr. Which train is the cheapest?
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nǎ tàng chē zuì kuài ?
phr. Which train is the fastest?
zǒu yí tàng
phr. go; go over once
jǐ tàng hàn zì
nphr. a few lines of Chinese characters
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ní bǎ dì zhí gǎo cuò le , hài dé wǒ bái pǎo le yí tàng .
phr. You gave me the wrong address, and made me go all that way for nothing.
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zhè tàng háng bān zhún diǎn ma
phr. Is this flight on schedule?
bái pǎo yí tàng
phr. make a fruitless trip
kōng pǎo yí tàng
phr. to make a fruitless trip; (of subway) run one ride without passengers (for inspecting the tracks)
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shàng gè yuè wǒ qù le yí tàng běi jīng .
phr. Last month, I went to Beijing once.