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bǎi
num. hundred; (used to imply) many, a lot
    white (for )
    one (for )
'百' is part of the following simplified words:
 佰 奭 宿 弼 皕 衋 陌
'百' is part of the following traditional words:
 佰 奭 宿 弼 皕 衋 陌
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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
qiān fāng bǎi jì
phr. by every possible way, make every attempt to
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zhè dòng fáng zi yǐ jīng yì bǎi nián le , yī rán wán hǎo wú sǔn .
phr. Though a hundred years old, this house is still in good condition.
bǎi huò
n. general merchandise
bǎi xìng
n. common people, ordinary people
bǎi nián
n. hundred years, lifetime
wú bǎi
num. five hundred
bǎi huā
n. all sorts of flowers
bǎi kē
n. universal, encyclopedic
lòu dòng bǎi chū
idiom. be full of loopholes, be riddled with flaws
yì bǎi kuài qián
n. one hundred yuan, one hundred RMB
姿
姿
qiān zī bǎi tài
idiom. in different poses, with different expressions
bǎi wèi
n. all kinds of tastes
bāo zhì bǎi bìng
phr. guarantee to cure all diseases