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xiáo jiě
n. Miss (title of an unmarried young woman, used after the surname or alone); Miss (female winner of a beauty contest); Miss (after a profession); (derog.) call girl
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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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xiáo jiě , qíng géi wǒ lái yì bēi yǐn liào
phr. Miss, please give me a glass of soft drink.
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gǎn wèn zhāng xiáo jiě fāng líng jǐ hé .
phr. I venture to ask how old is Ms. Zhang.
lǐ yí xiáo jiě
nphr. young lady serving at a ceremony, Miss Etiquette
kuài jì xiáo jiě
nphr. Miss Accountant
hù shi xiáo jiě
nphr. Miss nurse, female nurse
kōng zhōng xiáo jiě
nphr. airline stewardess, airline attendant
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wéi , nín hǎo ! qǐng wèn shì wáng xiáo jiě jiā ma ?
phr. (phone call) Hello? May I ask, is this Ms. Wang's home?
dà xiáo jiě
phr. (polite term) your eldest daughter; pampered girl
wú xiáo jiě
phr. Miss Wu
zháo xiáo jiě
phr. to go see a prostitute
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lí xiáo jié hěn piào liang .
phr. Ms. Li is very beautiful.
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xiáo jiě , nín guì xìng ?
phr. Miss, may I know your surname please?