usage note for Chinese
OTHER WORDS FROM Chinesenon-Chi·nese, noun, plural non-Chi·nese, adjectivepre-Chi·nese, adjective, noun, plural pre-Chi·nese.pro-Chi·nese, adjective, noun, plural pro-Chi·nese.pseu·do-Chi·nese, adjective, noun, plural pseu·do-Chi·nese.
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How to use Chinese in a sentence
The family was taking some private moments for a closing of the coffin in keeping with Chinese ritual.
Monitoring Chinese social-media platforms has paid off for the Chinese government.
HONG KONG—Last year, I met a Chinese graduate student on a tour of the northeastern United States before his first day at Harvard.
We ought to seek Chinese cooperation in a response to this North Korean act of aggression.
Some experts suggest that other parties, perhaps Iranian or Chinese, may have played some role.Inside the ‘Surprisingly Great’ North Korean Hacker Hotel|Michael Daly|December 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Undesirable inhabitants of the country are being sent away, especially the Japanese, who are more dangerous than the Chinese.
Rich natives and Chinese lost large sums of money, the total of which cannot be ascertained.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
Besides, we now know that the plant which furnishes the Chinese tobacco is even said to grow wild in the East Indies.
Truly, with four or five thousand Chinese, the community would be well served and the country free from danger.
There are at present more than sixteen thousand Chinese in this city of Manila, who have received license to stay in the country.