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bèng
v. to jump, to leap, to skip, to hop; (of someone or something) to appear (suddenly), to pop up
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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.
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bèng chuáng
n. trampoline
bèng dī
v. disco dancing
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kàn dào wǒ de dà xué lù qǔ tōng zhī shū, wǒ gāo xìng de bèng lái bèng qù .
phr. Seeing my university admission notice, I jumped up and down with pleasure.
huó bèng luàn tiào
adj. alive and kicking, skip and jump about
bèng jí
v. bungee, bungee jumping
yí bèng yí tiào
phr. skip and hop
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àn shang yǒu tiáo yú zài bèng da .
phr. On the bank, there's a fish struggling desperately.
luàn bèng luàn tiào
phr. to jump around randomly
bèng bèng chuáng
nphr. trampoline
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xiàng mù yì kāi shǐ jiù bèng chū le yí gè yán zhòng de wèn tí .
phr. At the very beginning of the project, a serious issue popped up.
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sān nián duō lián xì bú shàng, tā yòu bèng chū lái shuō rén bú shì tā shā de .
phr. We were not able to contact her for more than three years, and she suddenly popped up saying that he didn't kill the person.