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bīn

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See also bǐn, and bìn

Mandarin

Pinyin

bīn (form of bin1 with diacritic)

  1. :
  2. : guest, visitor; used as a surname; submit
  3. : cultivated, well-bred
  4. : distant, far; adverbial prefix
  5. : refined, having both appearance
  6. : doorsill; doorjamb
  7. :
  8. , : betelnut, areca nut
  9. :
  10. : creek, stream; beach, sea coast
  11. : beach, sea coast; river bank
  12. : approach, be on verge of; near
  13. : beach, sea coast; river bank
  14. : approach, be on verge of; near
  15. : a tribe of Scythians which invaded China during the Hsia dynasty
  16. : large jade tablet used by officials at court to indicate their ranks
  17. :
  18. : jade's streaks
  19. : an angry glare; to open the eyes with anger
  20. , : flourishing, thriving, abundant
  21. : oyster
  22. :
  23. : a Zhou-dynasty state
  24. , : guest, visitor; used as a surname; submit
  25. : county in Shaanxi province
  26. , : high quality iron
  27. :
  28. : ruined, decayed; disintegrate
  29. :
  30. : cheeks; jaw; chin; rear; to nourish
  31. :
  32. :

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