After running a marathon he had blisters on his feet.Chinese Translation (Traditional):
1. to run 2. to run away, to escape 3. to run around (on errands) 4. (gas or liquid) to leak or evaporate 5. (verb complement) away, off
Here: to run
1. to finish, to complete, to be over 2. complete, intact, whole
Here: to finish, to complete
mǎ lā sōng
1. foot, leg 2. (a measure word for kicks)
1. to rise, to raise, to get up 2. to start, to initiate (action), to launch 3. since (timing) 4. (a measure word for occurrences or events)
Here: to rise, to raise, to get up
1. (particle signifying the change of situation) 2. (completed action marker) 3. (a filler word without any meaning)
Here: (particle which indicates a past tense)
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