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zhào gù
v. look after, watch over; show consideration for, take into account; offer preferential treatment; (of a salesperson or waiter) serve a customer; (of a customer) patronize or shop at

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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lǎo rén xū yào bié rén zhào gù tā men, guān xīn tā men .
phr. Older persons need others to look after them and care for them.
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tā xiáng zhǎo yí gè huì jiǎng gù shi de rén lái zhào gù hái zi .
phr. He wants to find someone who is good at telling stories to take care of the child.
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qǐng zhào gù zhè liǎng zhū yòu xiǎo de zhí wù
phr. Please take care of these two young and little plants.
hái huì zhào gù xīn lái de tóng xué
phr. can take care of new classmates additionally
jǐn xiān zhào gù lǎo rén
phr. to look after the aged first
zhào gù quán jú
phr. to take the whole into account, to consider the situation as a whole
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chéng zuò gōng jiāo chē de shí hou, wǒ men yào zhào gù lǎo nián rén hé ér tóng .
phr. When traveling by bus, we should give special to elderly people and children.
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duō xiè nín zhào gù wǒ men zhè jiā xiǎo diàn .
phr. Thank you very much for patronizing our small store.
bú yào zhào gù wǒ
phr. do not take care of me