Origin of mandarin
Words nearby mandarin
How to use mandarin in a sentence
Sandwiched in between was a “Potbelly Punch” of SoCal Fruit Punch and mandarin vodka.
It is a safe bet that more Chinese are learning English than foreigners are studying Mandarin.
In the original Marvel comic books, the Mandarin was born and bred in China, a descendant of Genghis Khan no less.Did Hollywood Collaborate With Hitler? A New Book Makes Bold Claims.|Christopher Bray|September 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Because he does not speak Mandarin very well, he would be autonomous and “secretly unfriendable.”
But there is one important thing they do not know, which is what it is like to be anyone except a mandarin.
At the middle altar was the mandarin, piously engaged in prayer, while two stood beside him, fanning him with large fans.
They pay down a certain sum, as caution-money, to some mandarin, and the latter answers for them.
A number of peacocks, silver-pheasants, mandarin-ducks, and deer are preserved in their gardens.
She was at once seized by the guards, but was released at the intercession of a certain mandarin.The Science of Fairy Tales|Edwin Sidney Hartland
I promised the blue mandarin to Darthea Wynne because he always nodded yes to her when she wanted advice to her liking.The Red City|S. Weir Mitchell
British Dictionary definitions for mandarin
- a small citrus tree, Citrus nobilis, cultivated for its edible fruit
- the fruit of this tree, resembling the tangerine