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biàn huà
v./n. to change, to shift, to vary; change

Simplified Chinese

Traditional Chinese

Simplified stroke orders are based on the 'Standard of National Commonly-used Mandarin Chinese Characters (现代汉语通用字笔顺规范)', issued by the China National Language and Character Working Committee (国家语言文字工作委员会) on April 7th 1997. Traditional stroke orders are based on information issued by the Taiwan Ministry of Education.
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suí zhe jīng jì de fā zhǎn, rén men de shēng huó fāng shì fā shēng le hěn dà de biàn huà .
phr. With economic development, people's lifestyles have changed a lot.
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huà bào de fēng gé yóu suǒ biàn huà
phr. The style of the pictorial has changed.
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mó shù shī ràng nà duǒ huā fā shēng le lìng rén jīng qí de biàn huà .
phr. The magician made the flower undergo astonishing changes.
biàn huà duō duān
phr. be most changeable
jué chá dào tài du yǒu biàn huà
phr. perceive a change in attitude
gé mìng xìng de biàn huà
phr. transformational change
qì hòu biàn huà
phr. climatic change
dòng cí de biàn huà
phr. inflection of verbs
bú duàn de biàn huà
phr. constant change
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chéng shì biàn huà de tài kuài le .
phr. The cities have changed so fast.
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qíng kuàng fā shēng le hěn dà de biàn huà .
phr. The situation has changed greatly.
biàn huà wú cháng
phr. constantly changing without a fixed pattern