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v. talk, talk about
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Other meanings
[tán]   char. remark, utterance
    speech (for )
    to say, to talk; speech, word; character, word, sentence (for )

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.
yì tán dào jiāo péng you, nǐ zài zěn me xiǎo xīn yě bù wéi guò .
phr. When it comes to making friends, you cannot be more careful.
wó xiǎng dān dú gēn nǐ tán tan .
phr. I want to have a talk with you alone.
tán xīn
v. have a talk, have a heart-to-heart talk
miàn tán
v./n. speak to someone face to face; face-to-face meeting, interview
xián tán
v. have idle talk, gossip
hé nǐ yì tán, wó hǎo shòu duō le .
phr. Shortly after talking to you, I feel much better.
nǐ de shì wǒ men lìng wài tán .
phr. We will find another time to talk about your problem.
tán yi tán
phr. to have a conversation, to have a talk
tán qǐ
phr. to begin talking about, to speak of, to start mentioning
xīn shuǐ miàn tán
phr. salary will be negotiated face to face (in the interview)
tā men liǎng gè rén tán de hěn gāo xìng .
phr. The two of them are talking very happily.
hǎo la, bù tán gōng zuò le .
phr. Alright, let's not talk about work anymore.