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yìng
adj./adv. hard, tough; (of attitude) strong; (of merchandise) of good quality; (of person) able; forcibly; reluctantly, grudgingly
    stone
 n/a 
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.
EXAMPLES
西​,​。
西​,​。
tā jiù zhè yàng dōng pīn xī còu , yìng bǎ xué fèi jiāo shang le .
phr. This is how he scrimped and saved, and managed to pay for the school fees.
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yǒu xiē shí tou bìng bú tài yìng .
phr. There are some kinds of stones that are not too hard.
yìng chēng
v. hold on firmly despite extreme adversity, pain, etc.
​儿,​了。
​兒,​了。
wǒ bù xǐ huan chī bǐ sà bǐng de biānr , yīn wèi tài yìng le .
phr. I don't not like eating the edges of pizza. Because they are too hard.
yìng hàn
n. tough guy, dauntless or unyielding man, man of iron
​,​。
​,​。
zhè zhóng chán pǐn jiè gé dī lián , zhì liàng guò yìng
phr. This type of product has a low price and good quality.
​,​儿硬。
​,​兒硬。
zhè dàn gāo tíng hǎo chī de , jiù shì yóu diǎnr yìng .
phr. This cake is quite tasty, just a bit hard.