táo grapes

Made up of [ cǎo grass; herb radical 140, bāo wrap radical 20]
Number of strokes: 14

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Also uses cǎo component: cài (vegetable) cǎo (grass) chá (tea) dǒng (to understand) huā (flower) jié (joint) kǔ (bitter) lán (blue) láo (to toil) mǎn (to fill) māo (cat) měng (Mongol) mò (do not) píng (apple) pú (grape) qián (front) sū (revive) yào (medicine) yì (skill) yīng (flower) zàng (treasury) zhēng (to steam)
Also uses bāo component: bāo (to cover) gǒu (dog) hé (why) jù (sentence) pú (grape) sháo (spoon) wù (do not)

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