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mǐ fàn
n. cooked rice

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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wó xǐ huan chī mǐ fàn .
phr. I like eating rice.
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mǐ fàn shì wǒ men de zhǔ shí .
phr. Rice is our staple food.
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wǒ yī rì sān cān bù yí dìng dōu chī mǐ fàn .
phr. I do not necessarily eat rice for the three meals per day
bái mǐ fàn
n. boiled milled rice, cooked rice
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yào liǎng píng pí jiǔ , sān wán mǐ fàn
phr. Two bottles of beer and three bowls of rice.
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mǐ fàn gēn cài yì qǐ shàng
phr. Serve the rice together with the dishes.
yì wán mǐ fàn
phr. a bowl of rice
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wǎn fàn shí tā chī le yì xiē mǐ fàn
phr. At dinner, he ate some rice.
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wǒ ài chī mǐ fàn .
phr. I like eating rice.
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wǒ qù rè yí xià mǐ fàn .
phr. I will go heat up the rice.
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nín zuò de mǐ fàn zhēn hǎo chī .
phr. The rice you cooked is so delicious. (with respect)
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tā jì xǐ huan chī jiǎo zi , yé xǐ huan chī mǐ fàn .
phr. He likes eating dumplings, and he also likes eating rice.