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It's not likely you'll find this in any dictionary because it's a conglomeration of four characters: 招財進寶 "attracting money and treasure". See if you can find them. Hint: there is one part that is shared by two of the characters.


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From the Starbucks webpage, I figure it's 杯 /bei/, meaning "cup". Short: 小杯 /xiǎo bēi/ (small cup) Tall: 中杯 /zhōng bēi/(medium cup) Grande: 大杯 /dà bēi/ (large cup) Venti: 超大杯 /chāo dà bēi/ (extra large cup)


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I can't speak for Starbucks in Hong Kong, but for all Starbucks in mainland China (including Zhongshan), as far as I know there is no Chinese translation for the cup size on the menu. (The photo is blurry but you can still see the column headers contain two rows: 1st row is Italian/English 'tall', 'grande', 'venti' and the 2nd row is capacity in ML). If ...


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号 or 號, that is my guessing. Pronounced as Hao4. The left part of tradition character 號 is the simplified character 号.


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If you could learn the meaning of most characters and understand them well enough to comprehend Chinese texts? Yes, you could. Chinese characters, Han4 Zi4, are just a system of signs. To remember a sign, we need to: (1) Remember its shape, in whatever way you like to. (2) Give it a name to call it, either for communication with others or talk to ...



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