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...de huà
par. speaking of..., in the case of ..., if ...

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.
EXAMPLES
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rú guǒ shāng xīn de huà, jiù kū ba
phr. If you are sad, just cry.
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rú guó ní yǒu shì de huà, jīn tiān jiù bú yào lái le .
phr. Don't come if you're busy today.
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yǒu kòng de huà yì qǐ chī wǔ fàn ba .
phr. If you're free, how about having lunch with me?
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yào shi de huà
conj. in case, what if
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rú guǒ de huà
phr. if...
fǒu zé de huà
phr. otherwise, if not
rú guǒ shì zhè yàng de huà
phr. if so, if this is the case
zhè yàng de huà
phr. in this case,...; words like this
bù gǎn kuài de huà
phr. If (you) don't hurry up
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kě néng de huà, tā xiǎng gēn wǒ men yì qǐ qù
phr. If it's possible, she wants to go with us.
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rú guǒ qù lǚ yóu de huà, wǒ yào me qù shàng hǎi, yào me qù sì chuān .
phr. If (I) travel, I will either go to Shanghai, or go to Sichuan.