chuò walking

Note

Originally a picture of a foot at a crossroads
Number of strokes 3

Radical

Index 162 used in: yuǎn (far) ; jìn (to advance) ; yùn (to move) ; mí (to bewilder) ; mí (riddle) ; zhè (this) ; dào (road) ; hái (still)

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stroke order for 辶
Stroke order for character 辶, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license
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