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China englannista suomeksi

  1. Formosa

  2. Kiina

  1. Substantiivi

China englanniksi

  1. china

  1. A nation or civilization occupying the country around the River|Yellow, Yangtze, and Pearl Rivers in Asia, taken as a whole under its various dynasties.

  2. 1555, Richard Eden translating Martyr of Angleria|Peter Martyr as ''The Decades of the Newe Worlde...'', folio 230 verso:

  3. The great China, whose kyng is thought... the greatest prince in the worlde.
  4. 1884, (w), ''(w)''

  5. If he tells them to build a palace forty miles long, out of di'monds, and fill it full of chewing gum, or whatever you want, and fetch an emperor's daughter from China for you to marry, they've got to do it—and they've got to do it before sun-up next morning, too.
  6. (quote-book ) |ISBN=0-19-825604-3 |OCLC=657935864 |page=356 |pageurl= |passage=The Commissioner General asked for Foreign Office guidance in view of his information about earlier events relating to the British claim. In reply, the Foreign Office, in a telegram dated 12 June 1956, pointed out that as there was now a territorial dispute involving the two Chinas, the Philippines and possibly Vietnam over the Nansha Islands the British vessel should ‘stay well clear’ of Spratly Island.

  7. (quote-book ) & al. |title=(w) |location=York |publisher=(w) |ISBN=0-679-43248-5 |page=93 |pageurl= |passage=After I was nominated to the vice-presidency, (w) asked me to go to China to reassure (w) that, despite having mentioned it in a campaign speech, he did not believe in two Chinas, and that he would honor the (w)—which declared, in effect, that there was but (w). Joined by his top foreign policy team, Deng listened carefully as I explained that Reagan’s statement had been taken out of context. Just as I was finishing, a door opened and a message was passed down the line of advisors until it reached Deng. On reading it, he looked puzzled and annoyed. “He did it again!” he announced. “Ronald Reagan has again referred to ‘two Chinas’ in a speech!” I talked fast and got out of there.

  8. (ux)

  9. (senseid) The principal state in this country, including an empire under various dynasties and the People's Republic of China.

  10. 1971 December 6, "A Size-up of President Nixon: Interview with Mike Mansfield, Senate Democratic Leader", in ''US News & World Report'', p. 61:

  11. 'Only a Nixon' Could Go to China
  12. 2017, (w), by President Trump at Make America Great Again Rally, Harrisburg, PA|speech at Make America Great Again Rally, Harrisburg, PA

  13. And I met with the President of China at great length in Florida, and we had long, long talks—hours and hours and hours.


  14. (synonym of).

  15. (ux)

  16. (given name).

  17. 2001, (w), ''Bloodroot'', Berkley Publishing Group, (ISBN), chapter 1, (gbooks):

  18. My name is China Bayles. I'm the owner of Thyme and Seasons and the co-owner, with Ruby Wilcox, of a new tearoom called Thyme for Tea.
  19. 2014 Neil D. A. Stewart, ''The Glasgow Coma Scale'', Constable & Robinson, (ISBN), page 159:

  20. 'What's her name, this girl?' The fight had hoarsened Lynne's voice, and the words came out strangely staccato - a wooden doll that had just learned to speak.
    'China,' he mumbled, feeling an obscure desire to invent a pseudonym for her.
    'What an interesting name.'
    Angus struck the table edge hard. 'Aw, don't gies it.'
    'I don't know what you mean. Or is it a nickname? Fragile, is she?'
  21. (place).

  22. A Chinese person.

  23. (alt form): woollen stuff; items made or filled with cheyney.

  24. (clipping of): various flowers.

  25. (clipping of).

  26. (alt form): a mate, a friend.

  27. (place)

  28. (uxi)

  29. (nonstandard form of)

  30. Chinese (gloss)

  31. Thursday

  32. (alt form)