dào

  1. dào verb to arrive
    Domain: Modern Chinese 现代汉语
    Notes: Used as a full verb in this sense (Guoyu '到' v 1; Unihan '到')
  2. dào preposition arrive / receive
    Domain: Modern Chinese 现代汉语
    Notes: Often used after a verb, such as 听, as a complement of result to indicate that something has occurred or reached a certain state (Norman 1988, p. 131). For example, 我听到了 'I heard that.'
  3. dào verb to go
    Domain: Literary Chinese 文言文
    Notes: In the sense of 去 (Guoyu '到' v 2)
  4. dào adjective careful
    Domain: Literary Chinese 文言文
    Notes: In the sense of 周密 (Guoyu '到' a 1)
  5. dào proper noun Dao
    Domain: Modern Chinese 现代汉语 , Concept: Surname 姓氏
    Notes: (Guoyu '到' n 1)

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带着希望去旅行,比到达终点更美好一条路走到黑到位赶到涨到到付领到尽到吃到饱找得到善有善报,恶有恶报,若然不报时晨未到到处弄到手碰到从头到尾到了说到底船到江心,补漏迟临到牵涉到不到火候不揭锅闻到直到现在话到嘴边来到一条道走到黑找不到船到码头,车到站也好不到哪里去意识到受到款到发货感到不到长城非好汉话到嘴边留三分说到先来后到听不到

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