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bǐ jiào
v./adv. to compare; comparatively, relatively

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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wó bǐ jiào xǐ huan xià tiān, wǒ zuì xǐ huan yóu yǒng .
phr. I prefer summer. I like swimming most.
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tā shuō, zì jǐ zuò de lǐ wù bǐ jiào tè bié .
phr. He said that the present which he made by himself is quite special.
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wó bǐ jiào xǐ huan kào chuāng de zuò wèi
phr. I prefer the seat by the window.
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wó bǐ jiào xǐ huan dǎ jī yuè .
phr. I prefer percussion music.
bǐ jiào yōu shì
phr. comparative advantage
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wó bǐ jiào xǐ huan dān chún de shēng huó .
phr. I prefer simple life.
bǐ jiào wén xué
n. comparative literature
bǐ jiào yí xià
phr. make a comparison
bǐ jiào nán
phr. comparatively difficult
bǐ jiào jiǎn dān
phr. relatively simple, quite easy
bǐ jiào guì
phr. quite expensive
bǐ jiào xǐ huan
phr. prefer
bǐ jiào zhòng
phr. (of weight) relatively heavy; (of illness) quite serious
bǐ jiào kuài
phr. relatively quick, quite fast
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bǐ jiào qǐ lái, zhè shuāng xié de zhì liàng suàn bú cuò de le .
phr. In comparison, the quality of this pair of shoes can be considered as quite good.
bǐ jiào hǎo kàn
phr. relatively good-looking, quite beautiful or pretty