In Chinese there is a class of verb compound with V2 implying attainment of a goal or result. Examples are: ‘biǎomíng’ (make clear), ‘huòdé’ (obtain), ‘juédé’ (feel), ‘rèndé’ (recognize), ‘juédìng’ (decide, fix), ‘xiǎndé’ (seem, appear), etc. In this type of verb compound, the second verb morphemes ‘míng’ (clear), ‘dé’ (obtain) or ‘dìng’ (fix, set), strongly suggest goal and result, so they cannot take a resultative complement. The explanation provided above carries over to them, too.
Tā bǎ yìsi biǎomíng qīngchu le.
(Int: *He made his meaning clear clear.)
Tāmen huòdé dào le jídà de chéngjī.
(Int: *They have obtained and reached tremendous success.)
 Loar, J. K. (2011). Chinese syntactic grammar: functional and conceptual principles. New York: Peter Lang.