chinese

ˈʧaɪˈniz

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Adjective: китайский
Noun: китайский язык китайцы китаец китаянка

Фразы:

the Chinese government - китайское правительство

the Chinese brand of communism - китайская разновидность коммунизма, коммунизм по-китайски

chinese binary code - поколонный двоичный код; двоичный код столбца

chinese blue - китайская лазурь

chinese cymbal - китайская тарелка

indo chinese - индокитайский

chinese # 3 - героин для курения

chinese copy - слепое подражание

chinese rocks - гранулированный героин, приготовленный в Азии

chinese bean oil - соевое масло

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Примеры:

Chinese food - китайская кухня

He is learning to speak Chinese. - Он учится говорить по-китайски.

Chinese vases are disposed around the gallery. - Китайские вазы расставлены по всей галерее.

Let's investigate the syntax of Chinese - Давайте изучим синтаксис китайского языка.

the Concise Dictionary of Spoken Chinese - краткий словарь разговорного китайского языка

The merchants know how Chinese are to be reached. - Эти торговцы знают, как нужно убеждать китайцев.

the aptotic type, of which the Chinese is an example - аморфный тип языка, примером которого является китайский

After the movie we went for a meal in a Chinese restaurant. - После фильма мы пошли поесть в китайский ресторан.

Chinese lettering - китайское письмо

Chinese is a tonal language. - Китайский язык является тональным (языком).

She works in a Chinese takeout. - Она работает в китайской закусочной.

She works in a Chinese takeaway. - Она работает в ресторане китайской еды на вынос.

We ordered some Chinese takeout. - Мы заказали с собой навынос китайскую еду.

She works in a Chinese carryout. - Она работает в китайской закусочной, торгующей едой на вынос.

We ordered some Chinese takeaway. - Мы заказали китайскую еду на вынос.

Hong Kong became Chinese territory in 1997. - Гонконг стал территорией Китая в 1997 году.

He rabble-rouses more fluently in English than in Chinese. - У него лучше получается воздействовать на людей на английском языке, а не на китайском.

Chinese characters are ideograms. - Китайские иероглифы представляют собой идеограммы.

the Chinese reverence for the dead - китайское почтение к мёртвым

The plane cleared Chinese airspace. - Самолёт покинул воздушное пространство Китая.

Do you fancy going out for a Chinese? - Хочешь пойти в китайский ресторанчик? (брит.)

an unrivalled collection of Chinese art - непревзойдённая коллекция китайского искусства

I acquired a passing knowledge of Chinese. - Я приобрёл поверхностное знание китайского языка.

Elsie acquired a good knowledge of Chinese. - Элси приобрела хорошее знание китайского языка.

Mr Li is a leading authority on Chinese food. - Мистер Ли является признанным авторитетом по китайской кухне.

She voted for going to the Chinese restaurant. - Она проголосовала за то, чтобы пойти в китайский ресторан.

The Chinese would bind the feet of their women - Китайцы деформировали стопы своих женщин путём бинтования.

The Chinese industrialized textile production. - Китайцы организовали промышленное производство текстильной продукции.

He has a particular preference for Chinese art. - Особое предпочтение он отдаёт китайскому искусству.

I can't seem to learn these Chinese characters. - У меня что-то никак не получается выучить эти китайские иероглифы.

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Связанные термины:

Chinese ink: a black pigment made from a mixture of lampblack and a binding agent such as gelatine or glue : usually formed into solid cakes and sticks

Chinese red: a bright red colour

Chinese wax: a yellowish wax secreted by an oriental scale insect, Ceroplastes ceriferus, and used commercially

pro-Chinese: in favour of or supporting China, its people, culture, etc

Chinese block: a percussion instrument consisting of a hollow wooden block played with a drumstick

Chinese boxes: a nest of boxes, each of which fits into the next larger box

Chinese burn: a minor torture inflicted by twisting the skin of a person's wrist or arm in two different directions simultaneously

Chinese chess: a Chinese game, resembling chess, played on a board consisting of two halves, each eight squares by four, with a strip separating them: pieces representing the military of ancient China are placed on the intersections of the lines and the game is won when a general is checkmated

Chinese copy: an exact copy of an original

Chinese date: any of several Old World spiny rhamnaceous trees of the genus Ziziphus, esp Z . jujuba, that have small yellowish flowers and dark red edible fruits

Chinese eddo: an aroid plant, Colocasia esculenta, cultivated in the tropics for its large edible rootstock

Chinese leaf: the edible leaves of a Chinese cabbage

Chinese wall: a notional barrier between the parts of a business, esp between the market makers and brokers of a stock-exchange business, across which no information should pass to the detriment of clients

Chinese white: white zinc oxide, formerly used in paints

Chinese cabbage: a Chinese plant, Brassica pekinensis, that is related to the cabbage and has crisp edible leaves growing in a loose cylindrical head

Chinese crested: a small dog of a Chinese breed having long slender legs and a hairless body with hair only on the feet, head, and tail

Chinese Empire: China as ruled by the emperors until the establishment of the republic in 1911–12

Chinese lantern: a collapsible lantern made of thin coloured paper

Chinese leaves: the edible leaves of a Chinese cabbage

Chinese parsley: coriander leaves used as an herb ; cilantro

Chinese puzzle: an intricate puzzle, esp one consisting of boxes within boxes

Chinese calendar: the former calendar of China, in which the year consisted of 12 lunar months with an intercalary month added seven times every 19 years to reconcile the lunar year of 354 days with the solar year of 365 days, time being reckoned in 60-year cycles with the first cycle dating from 2637 b .c.

Chinese checkers: a game played on a board with holes arranged in the shape of a six-pointed star, by from two to six players, the winner being the one who first moves his or her set of marbles across the board

Chinese chequers: a board game played with marbles or pegs

Chinese chestnut: a chestnut ( Castanea mollissima ) with large, sweet nuts, often crossed with other chestnuts because of its resistance to chestnut blight

Chinese gooseberry: → kiwi (sense 2 )

Chinese medicine: a traditional system of medical treatment based on the principles of Yin and Yang, involving such treatments as acupuncture and the use of a range of drugs derived from animal and vegetable sources

Chinese Revolution: the overthrow of the last Manchu emperor and the establishment of a republic in China (1911–12)

Chinese Turkestan: the E part of the central Asian region of Turkestan : corresponds generally to the present-day Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China

Chinese whispers: a game in which a message is passed on, in a whisper, by each of a number of people, so that the final version of the message is often radically changed from the original

Chinese windlass: → differential windlass

Mandarin Chinese: the official language of China since 1917; the form of Chinese spoken by about two thirds of the population and taught in schools throughout China

Chinese Chippendale: a branch of Chippendale style in which Chinese styles and motifs are used

Chinese water deer: a small Chinese or Korean deer, Hydropotes inermis, having tusks and no antlers : introduced into England and France

Chinese wood oil: a fast-drying oil obtained from the seeds of a central Asian euphorbiaceous tree, Aleurites fordii, used in paints, varnishes, etc, as a drying agent and to give a water-resistant finish

Chinese-lantern plant: a perennial ground-cherry ( Physalis alkekengi ) grown for winter bouquets because of the bladderlike red calyx that surrounds its small, tomatolike fruit

Chinese sacred lily: a Chinese amaryllidaceous plant, Narcissus tazetta orientalis, widely grown as a house plant for its fragrant yellow and white flowers

Chinese water torture: a form of torture in which water is made to drip for a long period of time onto a victim's forehead to drive him or her insane

Chinese water chestnut: a Chinese cyperaceous plant, Eleocharis tuberosa, with an edible succulent corm

Indochinese: of or relating to Indochina or its inhabitants

star anise: a small Chinese evergreen tree ( Illicium verum ) yielding an aromatic oil

Chinese restaurant syndrome: a group of symptoms such as dizziness, headache, and flushing formerly claimed to be caused by consuming large amounts of monosodium glutamate, esp as used in Chinese food

eddo: the edible corm of the taro

petsai: a Chinese plant, Brassica pekinensis, that is related to the cabbage and has crisp edible leaves growing in a loose cylindrical head

pe-tsai cabbage: a Chinese plant, Brassica pekinensis, that is related to the cabbage and has crisp edible leaves growing in a loose cylindrical head

physalis: a collapsible lantern made of thin coloured paper

pagoda tree: a Chinese leguminous tree, Sophora japonica, with ornamental white flowers and dark green foliage

winter cherry: a Eurasian solanaceous plant, Physalis alkekengi, cultivated for its ornamental inflated papery orange-red calyx

bok choy: a Chinese plant, Brassica chinensis, that is related to the cabbage and has edible stalks and leaves

pak choi: a Chinese plant, Brassica chinensis, that is related to the cabbage and has edible stalks and leaves

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