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nǚ ér
n. daughter

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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liáng shí qiū yǒu sān gè nǚ ér hé yí gè ér zi .
phr. Liang Shiqiu has three daughters and a son.
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wǒ de nǚ ér yǎng le yì zhī tù zi dàng zuò chǒng wù
phr. My daughter keeps a rabbit as a pet.
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tā shì jiā lǐ wéi yī de nǚ ér, tā fù mú zǒng shì chǒng zhe tā .
phr. She is the only daughter in the family and her parents spoil her all the time.
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mā ma cuī cù nǚ ér bǎ cài duān shàng cān zhuō .
phr. The mother urged her daughter to carry the dishes to the table.
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tīng dào nǚ ér yào huí lai de xiāo xi,tā men fēi cháng huān xǐ .
phr. On the news that their daughter will come back, they became very happy.
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tā de nǚ ér cóng xiǎo jiù hěn tīng huà .
phr. Her daughter was obedient since very young.
dà nǚ ér
n. the eldest daughter
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wó yóu liǎng gè nǚ ér
phr. I have two daughters.
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wó yǒu yí gè nǚ ér .
phr. I have a daughter.
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nǚ ér hén xǐ huan xiáo gǒu .
phr. (My) daughter likes puppies.
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nǚ ér géi wǒ de shēng huó dài lái hěn duō kuài lè .
phr. (Our) daughter brought so much happiness to our lives.
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tā yóu liǎng gè nǚ ér .
phr. He has two daughters.