Translation: from chinese to english

from english to chinese

in newspaper etc

  • 1 登出

    hit
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    deng1 chu1
    to log out (computer), to publish, to be published, to appear (in a newspaper etc)
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    登出|登出 [dēng chū] to log out (computer) to publish to be published to appear (in a newspaper etc)

    Chinese-English dictionary > 登出

  • 2 书名号

    title marks, the punctuation marks used to enclose the title of a book, an article, a newspaper or a periodical, such as 《中国语文》《〈 中国工人〉发刊词》
    title marks, the punctuation marks used to enclose the title of a book, an article, a newspaper or a periodical, such as 《中國語文》《〈 中國工人〉發刊詞》
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    shu1 ming2 hao4
    Chinese guillemet《》(punct. used for names of books etc)
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    書名號|书名号 [shū míng hào] Chinese guillemet《》(punct. used for names of books etc)

    Chinese-English dictionary > 书名号

  • 3 書名號

    title marks, the punctuation marks used to enclose the title of a book, an article, a newspaper or a periodical, such as 《中国语文》《〈 中国工人〉发刊词》
    title marks, the punctuation marks used to enclose the title of a book, an article, a newspaper or a periodical, such as 《中國語文》《〈 中國工人〉發刊詞》
    * * *
    shu1 ming2 hao4
    Chinese guillemet《》(punct. used for names of books etc)
    * * *
    書名號|书名号 [shū míng hào] Chinese guillemet《》(punct. used for names of books etc)

    Chinese-English dictionary > 書名號

  • 4 片段

    part; passage; extract; fragment; snatch
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    extract; fragment; part; passage; segment; snatch
    【电】 segment
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    segment; snatch
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    n. part, excerpt, passage
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    pian4 duan4
    fragment (of speech etc), extract (from book etc), episode (of story etc)
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    片段
    piàn duàn
    part; passage; fragment; extract; segment; bit; episode; snatch; section:
    生活的片段 a slice of life; an episode of sb.'s life;
    战争中的一个片段 an episode in the war;
    小说的一些片段 certain passages of a novel;
    我看报上所有有趣的片段。 I read all the interesting bits in the newspaper.
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    片段|片段 [piàn duàn] fragment (of speech etc) extract (from book etc) episode (of story etc)

    Chinese-English dictionary > 片段

  • 5

    paper, for letters, documents, etc.
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    bumf; paper
    【化】 paper
    【医】 paper
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    bumf; paper
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    n. paper
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    zhi3
    paper, CL:張, 张,沓, classifier for documents, letter etc
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    纸(帋)
    zhǐ
    (用植物纤维制成的纸张) paper:
    一张纸 a sheet (piece) of paper;
    报纸 newspaper;
    造纸 paper making;
    卫生纸 toilet paper;
    信封纸 envelope paper
    (书信、文件的张数):
    一纸公文 an official document
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    紙|纸 [zhǐ] paper CL:↑ |↑ [zhāng],↑ [dá] classifier for documents, letter etc

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