from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Chinese characterized by numerous borrowings from English.
- noun English affected by Chinese pronunciation, vocabulary, or syntax.
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- adjective Of or resembling English that is influenced by the Chinese language.
- proper noun Spoken or written English which is influenced by the Chinese language.
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Chinglish is actually Chinese and English spoken/mashed together .. much like “Spanglish”
Absolutely no rubber chickens … posted on 13 Jan 2006 in Chinglish
The "language mandarins" of Beijing have decided that Chinglish is a blight on China's modernising pretensions and must be obliterated before the city hosts the Olympic Games in 2008.
Special Shampoo posted on 26 Nov 2005 in Chinglish
Collection of What? posted on 15 Sep 2005 in Chinglish
Toilet Paper is for … posted on 2 Jun 2005 in Chinglish
Notice for Archers posted on 23 Jun 2005 in Chinglish, Signs
Opposite of Complimentary? posted on 11 May 2005 in Chinglish
While you are on fire … posted on 19 Nov 2005 in Chinglish
Rocky, is that you? posted on 13 Apr 2005 in Chinglish