a Chinese unit of weight, equal to 1/16 (0.0625) catty, and equivalent to about 1.33 ounces (38 grams).
Other definitions for Liang (2 of 2)
one of two dynasties that ruled in China, a.d. 502–57, 907–23.
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How to use liang in a sentence
liang’s endorsement was based on “knowing someone on that deeper level,” he told me.Council Race to Test the Voting Power of Asian Empowerment District | Jesse Marx | October 3, 2022 | Voice of San Diego
Researchers may need to incorporate other factors in future assessments, such as growth stages of crops, land drainage or irrigation, in order to really understand how these extremes affect agriculture, liang writes.Intense drought or flash floods can shock the global economy | Carolyn Gramling | January 21, 2022 | Science News
At the Ultra Gobi, a day after the top finishers had slept off their exhaustion, I found myself chatting with liang and Zhao Jiaju, the second-place finisher, in a hotel courtyard.Why the Ultra-Race Tragedy in China Wasn’t Surprising | Will Ford | May 25, 2021 | Outside Online
Zhang and liang will work alongside each other for the next six months to make sure the transition goes smoothly, according to the letter.The CEO of the Chinese tech giant behind TikTok is stepping down | Jane Li | May 20, 2021 | Quartz
During the same press conference, Ben Embarek and liang, the leaders of the WHO-China team, laid out what they called four main hypotheses and ranked them, from least to most likely.No one can find the animal that gave people covid-19 | Antonio Regalado | March 26, 2021 | MIT Technology Review
A union representative told Buzzfeed News that they never received a text from liang.
One of the rookie officers, Peter liang, was walking with a flashlight in one hand and his gun in the other.
During that time liang allegedly texted his representative at the police union.
When the door opened liang fired one shot striking Gurley in the chest and killing him.
In an interview, liang said, “Air should be the most valueless commodity, free to breathe for any vagrant or beggar.”
Mr. liang, the editor of Chinese Progress, was warned by Kang in time to fly himself, but four of his relatives had been captured.Intimate China | Mrs. Archibald Little
Mrs. liang herself lived quietly at home until the year 1900.
This is how the great commander Chu-ko liang is said to have replenished his failing stock of arrows.A History of Chinese Literature | Herbert A. Giles
Foremost amongst these was Mrs. liang, mother of Ling Ai, the headmistress of the girls' school.
Mrs. liang was baptized, her own feet and Ling Ai's were unbound, and the latter became a pupil in the girls' school.