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Pronunciation : dào
Meaning :
  1. arrive; reach. (v)
  2. go to; leave for. (v)
  3. used as a verb complement to show the result of an action. (v)
  4. up until; up to; to. (prep)
  5. thoughtful; considerate. (adj)
Radical :
Strokes : 8
Traditional :
Usage : 79.3%
Sentences:
1. The train has arrived.
huǒ chē dào le
: fire
: car
火车 : train
: reach, arrive
: (particle) used after an action that has taken place
2. I have never been there.
céng dào guò
: I
不曾 : never
: arrive, reach
: (particle) used after a verb or an adjective to indicate a past action or state
那里 : there
3. He’s going to work in Tibet.
jiāng yào dào zàng gōng zuò
西
: he
将要 : going to
: go to; leave for
西藏 : Tibet
: (used between two verbal expressions, and / or after the second expression) in order to (do something there)
工作 : work
4. If other people can do it, so can we.
rén jia néng zuò dào de men néng zuò dào
人家 : other people
: can
: do
: used as a verb complement to show the result of an action
做到 : accomplish; achieve; go through with
: (particle) used to form a noun phrase or nominal expression
我们 : we
: also
5. I’m glad to hear that.
tīng dào zhè xiāo hěn gāo xìng
: listen, hear
: used as a verb complement to show the result of an action
听到 : heard
: this
消息 : news
: I
: very
高兴 : happy
6. Work late into the night.
gōng zuò dào shēn
工作 : work
: up until; up to; to
: deep
: night
深夜 : late night
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