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píng shí
n. ordinary times, normal times, usual days; time of peace

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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dào le wàng jì de shí hou, gōng yuán de mén piào huì bǐ píng shí guì .
phr. When then busy season arrives, the ticket prices of parks will be more expensive than usual.
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tā píng shí xǐ huan dá wǎng qiú .
phr. She usually likes playing tennis.
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duì zhè jiàn shì, wǒ píng shí méi liú yì, suó yǐ bú shì hěn qīng chu
phr. I don't ordinarily pay much attention to such things, so they are not clear to me.
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wǒ píng shí de chéng jì tài chà le, suó yǐ qī mò kǎo de zài háo yě méi yòng
phr. My academic performance during the semester is too bad, therefore, no matter how well I score in the final exams, it won't make any difference.
píng shí de líng yòng qián
phr. pocket money in ordinary time
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tā píng shí hén shǎo yùn dòng .
phr. She rarely plays any sport in ordinary time.
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zhè cì shī bài, zài yú píng shí tài bù nǔ lì xué xí le .
phr. The failure this time is due to the fact that I usually don't study very hard.
píng shí biān zhì
phr. peacetime establishment, peacetime organization