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n./m. coins; coin-shaped thing; money; fortune fund; wealth; traditional unit of weight equivalent to 5g
Other meanings
[qián]   n. Qian (a surname)
    metal (on the left side) (for )
    metal (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.
zhǎo qián
phr. to give change
zhí qián
adj. valuable, costly
duō shao qián
phr. How much is it?
duō shao qián yì jīn ?
phr. How much is half kilo?
yí kuài qián mài ma ?
phr. Do you sell (it) for one RMB?
gěi nín qián !
phr. Here is the money!
zháo wǒ qián !
phr. Give me the change!
géi nǐ qián
phr. Here's the money.
yí gòng duō shao qián ?
phr. How much in all?
qián bāo
n. purse, wallet
qián bì
n. money (especially coins)
huàn qián
phr. exchange money
ní xiáng gěi duō shao qián
phr. How much do you want to offer?
qián cái
n. wealth, money
yǒu qián
adj. well off; wealthy; rich
huā qián
v. spend money
jiè qián
v. lend money; borrow money
yǒu qián rén
n. the rich, the wealthy
liǎng kuài qián
nphr. (spoken) two yuan
yí kuài qián
phr. one yuan; one dollar
qù nián tā lōu le yí dà bǎ qián
phr. Last year he made quite a fortune.
juān qián
phr. donate money
shǔ qián
phr. count the money
zháo wǔ shí wǔ kuài qián
phr. Here is the change, fifty-five yuan.
luàn huā qián
v. waste money, spend money in a squandering way
yì bǎi kuài qián
n. one hundred yuan, one hundred RMB
yǒu qián de
phr. wealthy; (used as a noun) the one who has money
yì bǐ qián
nphr. a sum of money
chū qián
phr. to give money, to fund
tóng qián
n. copper coin (used in ancient times)
yú qián
n. seed of an elm
wó géi nǐ qián , nǐ yào duō shao ?
phr. I will give you money. How much do you want?