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gǒu
n. dog
    dog
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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
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nǐ de gǒu jiào shén me míng zi ?
phr. What's your dog's name?
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nǐ de góu jǐ suì le
phr. How old is your dog?
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tā de gǒu kàn shàng qù hěn wēi xiǎn
phr. His dog looks dangerous.
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zhuō zi xià bian tǎng zhe yì tiáo gǒu .
phr. Under the desk lies a dog.
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tā shì zhè tiáo gǒu de zhǔ rén .
phr. He is the owner of this dog.
yì zhī gǒu
nphr. a dog
gǒu nián
n. (Chinese calendar) year of the dog
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nà tiáo gǒu tū rán jǐng jué qǐ lái
phr. The dog suddenly became vigilant.
xiáo gǒu
n. puppy
gǒu wō
n. kennel, doghouse
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xiáo gǒu zài yǐ zi xià miàn ne .
phr. The puppy is under the chair.
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nǚ ér hén xǐ huan xiáo gǒu .
phr. (My) daughter likes puppies.
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xiáo gǒu tū rán pǎo le chū lái .
phr. The puppy suddenly ran out.