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num. two (used instead of 'er' in some cases); both (sides or parties); a couple of, a few
Other meanings
[liǎng]   m. 50 grams
    one (for )
    enter (for )

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.
liǎng gè xīng qī
phr. Two weeks.
qíng géi wó liǎng bēi hóng jiǔ .
phr. Two glasses of red wine, please
liǎng àn
n. both shores; both sides; both coasts; Taiwan and Mainland of China
liǎng miàn
n. both sides
sān sān liáng liǎng
phr. in twos and threes
sān yán liáng yǔ
phr. in a few words, in one or two words
liáng běn shū
nphr. two books
huì cháng hěn ān jìng , jiàn huò yǒu yì liǎng shēng ké sou shēng .
phr. It is very quite in the meeting hall. Occasionally there are people coughing here and there.
sān fān liǎng cì
idiom. over and over again, repeatedly
wó mái liǎng zhāng yóu piào .
phr. I (want to) buy two stamps.
liǎng zhāng
phr. two pieces (of tickets, paper), two (tables, faces, etc.)
liáng diǎn jiàn yì
phr. two pieces of suggestion
liǎng tiáo yú
phr. two fishes
liǎng nián
phr. two years
liǎng quán qí měi
idiom. satisfy both parties or sides, to the satisfaction of both parties