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reviewed No Action Needed Can someone please tell me what 工艺鞋 are?
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reviewed Looks OK Idiomatic Translation: Guilty Pleasure
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reviewed Close simple translation of simple text and question about 个 qnd 自己
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reviewed Approve What's the difference between 确实 的确 and 实在
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reviewed Approve How to express “Half a bit like” in Chinese
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reviewed Looks OK Can you apply 男子汉 and 女汉子 to non-Chinese?
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reviewed Looks OK English equivalent of “令牌”?
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reviewed Looks OK Origin: of the phrase 不让[能]踩门槛
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comment A good English equivalent for “不過如此”?
"It is overrated."
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comment How would you translate a name consisting of dictionary words?
What do you mean by 'how would you translate a name'? Do you mean 'as an English speaker how would you give yourself a Chinese name' or 'what are the official rules of translating English names into Chinese'? For the former, it is arbitrary and opinion-based. For the latter, there are existing Q/A.
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answered Can you apply 男子汉 and 女汉子 to non-Chinese?
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comment Earth is a good place?
Are you asking the meaning of 居善地?
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reviewed Close What's the difference between 许多 and 很多?
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reviewed Delete What's the difference between 许多 and 很多?
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reviewed Looks OK What's the difference between 许多 and 很多?
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comment Idiomatic Translation: Guilty Pleasure
恶趣味 is good candidate. The other two are made-up words which don't meet the 'idiomatic' criteria.
May
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reviewed Looks OK 早已 and 早就: what's the difference?
May
19
comment Neutral tone and erhua (儿化) working as a word distinguisher
@EnricoBrasil In spoken language it is absolutely necessary. People who don't prefer 儿化 will use replacement words like 把盖子盖上. 把盖盖上 (without 儿 or 子) sounds awkward to both 儿化 lovers and haters. In written language though, omission is acceptable when there is no ambiguity.
May
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reviewed Looks OK Neutral tone and erhua (儿化) working as a word distinguisher
May
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answered Neutral tone and erhua (儿化) working as a word distinguisher