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yì diǎnr
phr. a bit, a little

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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zài pián yi yì diǎnr ba
phr. Can you make it a little cheaper?
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kuài yì diǎnr, wǒ men yào chí dào le .
phr. Hurry up, or we'll be late.
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bié mó ceng le, kuài yì diǎnr, bù rán wǒ men huì cuò guo huǒ chē de .
phr. Don't drag your feet. Hurry up. Or we will miss the train.
wǒ jīn tiān lái de shāo wǎn yì diǎnr
phr. Today I came a bit late.
qǐng shuō màn yì diǎnr
phr. Please slow down.; Please speak slowly.
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géi wǒ yì diǎnr tòu míng jiāo dài, zhè me cháng jiù gòu le .
phr. Give me some transparent duct tape. This long is enough.
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qǐng wèn, ké yǐ yōu huì yì diǎnr ma ?
phr. May I ask, can I have a discount?
zhè jiā fàn diàn bǐ nà jiā guì yì diǎnr .
phr. This restaurant is a bit pricier than that one.
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wǒ duō fàng le bàn wán shuǐ, tāng cái dàn le yì diǎnr .
phr. I put an additional half bowl of water, making the soup less salty.
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tā chī le yào, jué dé hǎo yì diǎnr le .
phr. He took the medication and felt better.