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yì bān
num./adj. one kind; ordinary, common, general; same as, just like

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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wài guó rén yì bān tōng guò pīn yīn lái xué xí hàn yǔ .
phr. Foreigners usually learn Chinese by Pinyin.
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tú shū guǎn zhōu mò yì bān bú bàn gōng .
phr. The library is usually closed on weekends.
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nà gè rén de xiàng mào hěn yì bān .
phr. That person has a plain face.
xiàng xiǎo yáng yì bān wēn shùn
phr. as gentle as a lamb
yì bān lái shuō
phr. generally speaking
yì bān ér yán
phr. generally speaking
wǎn rú tiān táng yì bān
phr. just like paradise
fēi tóng yì bān
idiom. extraordinary, unusual
zhè jiàn chèn shān hěn yì bān
phr. this shirt is quite ordinary
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wǒ men yì bān zǎo shàng bā diǎn lái shàng bān
phr. We usually come to work at eight o'clock.
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zhōng guó rén chī fàn yì bān shǐ yòng kuài zi .
phr. Chinese people usually eat with chopsticks.
bié yǒu yì bān zī wèi
phr. to have some indescribable taste