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n. leaf; leaf-like thing; Chinese family name; part of a historical period
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What is the difference between 叶 (yè) and 叶子 (yèzi) in usage?
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叶 (yè) is a single character that can be used as a noun or verb. It can refer to a leaf, a leaf-like thing, a Chinese family name, or a part of a historical period.
叶子 (yèzi) is a two-character word that is used as a noun. It specifically refers to a leaf, and is not used to refer to a leaf-like thing, a Chinese family name, or a part of a historical period. It is also used in other two-character words, such as 落叶 (luòyè, fallen leaves).
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