Chinese englannista suomeksi
The people of China.
''The Chinese have an incredible history.''
All people of Chinese descent or self-identity
''The Chinese are present in all parts of the world.''
Chinese food or cuisine.
''Please don't eat the Chinese: I'm saving it for later.''
A Chinese meal.
''We're going out tonight for a Chinese.''
Of China, its languages or people
1928, (w), ''An International Language'', page 82
- The construction of a verbal system which is fairly regular and at the same time based on existing languages is a most difficult task, because in no other domain of the grammar do languages retain a greater number of ancient irregularities and differ more fundamentally from one another. Still an attempt will be made here to conciliate the two points of view and to bring about something which resembles the simple Chinese grammar without, however, losing its European character or the power of expressing nuances to which we are accustomed in our own languages.
- In this instance, when the Chairman of the "Accuracy in Media" spoke out strongly against the Chinese Communist system of "pin yin" spelling, he was not criticizing any bias or unreliability of news presentation but specifically the inconvenience and confusion caused by the "pin yin" spelling of Chinese names.
woman from China
(nl-adj form of)
person from China