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Mandarin Chinese

Definitions

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  • noun A category of related Chinese dialects spoken across most of northern and southwestern China.
  • noun Standard Mandarin.

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Examples

  • If words from Mandarin Chinese do stream into financial sectors, we could also see, piggybacking on the vocabulary influx, a grammatical shift toward article-free English.

    The English Is Coming!

  • That is, German-speakers preserve their related word Stern, Arabic-speakers their totally unrelated word najm, and speakers of Mandarin Chinese their distinct .

    The English Is Coming!

  • If words from Mandarin Chinese do stream into financial sectors, we could also see, piggybacking on the vocabulary influx, a grammatical shift toward article-free English.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Bilingual education policies have overseen the removal of Uyghur as a language of instruction in schools and universities across the region in favor of Mandarin Chinese.

    Henryk Szadziewski: 2010 - The Uyghur Human Rights Year in Review

  • A common greeting is "Gong Xi Fa Cai" in Mandarin Chinese or "Kung Hei Fat Choy" in Cantonese, which can be literally translated to "congratulations, get rich!"

    Michael Ho: Welcome To The Year Of The Rabbit

  • Bilingual education policies have overseen the removal of Uyghur as a language of instruction in schools and universities across the region in favor of Mandarin Chinese.

    Henryk Szadziewski: 2010 - The Uyghur Human Rights Year in Review

  • Mandarin Chinese - The language with more native speakers than any other, yet one of the hardest to master, Mandarin has countless numbers of symbols to remember, each one representing a different word with no phonetic clues to work out how the symbol is pronounced.

    Ben Colclough: Learning The Lingo: The 5 Hardest Languages To Master

  • Both attend an international school, where studies are equally split between English and Mandarin Chinese.

    A Fashion Designer Gets a Global View

  • Of the state's 167 districts, Greenwich is among the seven highest spenders on education, shelling out nearly $18,000 per student to keep class sizes small and to attract well-heeled families with offerings such as Mandarin Chinese and Shakespeare competitions.

    Greenwich Faces Class Struggles

  • KELLY: Im told you grew up in Colorado, and then studied geology and Mandarin Chinese at college.

    Laura Veirs: A 'July Flame' In Winter

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