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What is the Chinese name for ´ (acute accent) and ` (grave accent)?

Very unfortunately, the Chinese terms aren't very clear to those not in the field. The terms are as follows: Accent mark: 重音符號 (literally symbols for marking stress/accents) Grave accent: 重音符 (no 號; ...
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What is the Chinese name for ´ (acute accent) and ` (grave accent)?

重音 accent, stress 音符 note, musical note, semantic complement 尖锐 sharp, sharpness, acute, shrill, sharp-pointed, incisive, penetrating, keen 符号 symbol, mark, sign 抑 restrain, restrict, keep down accent ...
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Specialized dictionary for Chinese maths terms

Wikipedia - Search and switch to Chinese. Math Fandom Wiki. Similar to Wikipedia. Lots of languages included. Baidu Wiki 百度百科 Search in English, and see if you get a math entry. If you get an English ...
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Is there a name for identically spaced 2-character words separated by 1-character particles, prepositions, etc.?

Your question: Is there a name for identically spaced 2-character words separated by 1-character particles, prepositions, etc.? For example: (1) 他放下灯,绝望地凝视着眼前的茫茫黑暗。 (2) 所有的同学在红色的本子里仔细地抄写着今天的汉字。 My ...
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Is there a name for identically spaced 2-character words separated by 1-character particles, prepositions, etc.?

It sounds awful to me. I don't quite understand your trouble with the type of words with or without 地/着/的, which are functioning words that the general grammar rules can explain. See the comparisons ...
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Is there a name for identically spaced 2-character words separated by 1-character particles, prepositions, etc.?

One way to talk about it could be in terms of 抑扬, which refers to the rise and fall of stressed and unstressed syllables. What you describe would be an example of "扬扬抑格" (an "...
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Specialized dictionary for Chinese maths terms

樂詞網 from National Academy for Educational Research of Taiwan is a good source for looking up Chinese terms. https://terms.naer.edu.tw/ It comprises terms from numerous fields including mathematics. ...
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