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The "word" you are asking about is not one word but two: "对不对" 对: Right 不对: Wrong So he is asking you that: Is it correct or not? But actually meaning for this is trying to convince people like "Don't you think what i said is very reasonable? Yes, I am right!" The Pinyin for these words: DUI 对, BU 不, DUI 对


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Haven't managed to find a usage that speaks specifically to cut or slice open a body part. 剖開 - cut open. Examples: 剖開胸部 (cut open the chest);剖開腹部 (cut open the abdomens)


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What do you mean by "to cut or slice open a body part"? If it is a small wound, you can say "𠝹" (http://www.zdic.net/z/85/js/20779.htm) or, less commonly, "鎅" (http://www.zdic.net/z/26/js/9385.htm). e.g. "𠝹損". If it is caused by slashes, you can say "劈" (http://www.zdic.net/z/16/js/5288.htm) If there is a big open wound, you can say "劏" (http://www....


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吧 is almost used at the end of a sentence (except when it's a phonetic transliteration of the English word BAR, as in 酒吧,网吧), to express several moods. when you guess or estimate something 这道题目的答案是A吧。 The answer to this problem is A (I guess it should be, but not sure) When you try to persuade someone to do something or propose a plan/advice/...


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i would say that "開面" as "to slice open" in cantodict is, wrong. have a look of 國語辭典, these two terms are listed: http://dict.revised.moe.edu.tw/cgi-bin/cbdic/gsweb.cgi?o=dcbdic&searchid=Z00000076573 http://dict.revised.moe.edu.tw/cgi-bin/cbdic/gsweb.cgi?o=dcbdic&searchid=Z00000099591 about "i sliced my finger", you may consider: 𠝹(u+20779) i ...



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