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traditional Chinese text: 招
simplified Chinese text: 招
(The way of strokes are the same!)
The meanings in Chinese:
to beckon, invite
to recruit, enlist
to recruit, enlist
to cause, ask for
to admit, confess
move of martial art
Zhao, Chinese surname
Chinese Surnames Collection
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pronunciation: zhāo zhao~1
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recommended words or phrases:
to receive, entertain,
take care of guests and visitors
signboard of a store
reputation of business
make a gesture with the hand
to encourage someone to approach or follow
Bring in wealth and riches
Ushering in wealth and prosperity
We wish you wealth and success!
Modesty benefits, arrogance hurts.
The modest receive benefit, while the conceited reap failure.
Benefit goes to the humble, while failure awaits the arrogant.
moves in martial art
punching, kicking, striking,
scratching, pricking in kung fu movements