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Ch'ing

or Qing

[ching] /tʃɪŋ/
noun
1.
See under Manchu (def 1).
Also called Ta Ch'ing.
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Historical Examples
  • An ching stayed with her and learnt to speak English very well.

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  • Ku Nai-nai, An ching, and the children were shown into one of the sleeping-rooms.

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  • An ching and her husband had their quarters at the right, across the court.

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  • I will talk to my family about it, but I don't think we can take An ching.

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  • An ching was more and more puzzled, and looked at Nelly in wonder.

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  • An ching left them, and was greeted by her husband with a command to get him something to drink.

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  • Chang vanished, and the children looked questioningly at An ching.

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  • Chang returned and told An ching this, and said they would go and get their mules.

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  • ching summoned one of the smiling waiters, and the order was given.

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  • ching says he wants to get back to the fancee shop,” sad Smith one morning.

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British Dictionary definitions for ching

Ching

/tʃɪŋ/
adjective
1.
of, relating to, or designating the Manchu dynasty (1644–1912) of China
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