嘴巴 : mouth, slap… : zuǐ bā | Definition | Mandarin Chinese Pinyin English Dictionary | Yabla Chinese.
First, the zh, ch, and sh sounds in Mandarin are all pronounced with the tongue in the same place, just as the sounds “j,” “ch,” and “sh” in English are all pronounced with the tongue in the same place. … Try saying those English sounds (just the consonants) in a row.
|Dialect or Format||Transliteration or Pronunciation|
|Mandarin||Gāo (Hanyu pinyin); Kao1 (Wade-Giles)|
yǐng zi. shadow reflection (fig.) hint indication influence CL:個|个[ge4] Example Usage Strokes.
rén cí benevolent charitable kind kindly kindness merciful.
|Chinese Alphabet||English||Pinyin Pronunciation|
clamshell (US, slang, obsolete) gob (slang) kisser (slang) laughing gear (slang) maw.
|Pronunciation||Rén (Mandarin) Cantonese: Jyutping: jam4, Middle Chinese: /ȵiɪmH/ Old Chinese: (Baxter–Sagart): /*n[ə]m-s/ (Zhengzhang): /*njɯms/|
|Pinyin||Yale||English Definition for Chinese Text|
|mei3 guo2||mei5 gwok3||United States / USA / US|
|Language(s)||Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean|
|Derivation||State of Wu|
Koh is a Chinese surname that can be spelled in 8 different ways in Chinese: 许 / 許 [Xu / Koh] Meaning: to allow, to permit, to promise, to praise, somewhat, perhaps. Dialects : Hokkien.
Ko (Hanja: 髙|高), also variously romanized Go, Goh, or Koh, is a common Korean family name.
女 means ‘woman’ or ‘female’
|Verb Class||2 ~ Ichidan ~ 一段|
|Stem||de – 出|
|? Imperative||Plain||dero 出ろ|
|Polite||dete kudasai 出て ください|
|went out, have gone out|
zhī to know to be aware. Example Usage Strokes Grammar notes.
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