Mandarine vs. Mandarin

Mandarine vs. Mandarin — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Mandarine and Mandarin

Mandarinenoun

alternative spelling of mandarin(in the term "mandarin orange")

Mandarinnoun

Any of a group of related dialects of Chinese spoken principally in the north and west of China.

Mandarinnoun

The official national standard spoken language of China, based on the Mandarin dialect spoken in and around Beijing. Also called Guoyu, Putonghua.

Mandarinnoun

A member of any of the nine ranks of high public officials in the Chinese Empire.

Mandarinnoun

A high government official or bureaucrat.

Mandarinnoun

A member of an elite group, especially a person having influence or high status in intellectual or cultural circles.

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Mandarinnoun

A mandarin orange.

Mandarinadjective

Of, relating to, or resembling a mandarin.

Mandarinadjective

Marked by elaborate and refined language or literary style.

Mandarinnoun

(historical) A high government bureaucrat of the Chinese Empire.

Mandarinnoun

A pedantic or elitist bureaucrat.

Mandarinnoun

A pedantic senior person of influence in academia or literary circles.

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Mandarinnoun

A mandarin duck.

Mandarinnoun

A senior civil servant.

Mandarinnoun

A mandarin orange; a small, sweet citrus fruit.

Mandarinnoun

A mandarin orange tree, Citrus reticulata.

Mandarinnoun

An orange colour.

Mandarinadjective

Pertaining to or reminiscent of mandarins; deliberately superior or complex; esoteric, highbrow, obscurantist.

Mandarinnoun

shrub or small tree having flattened globose fruit with very sweet aromatic pulp and thin yellow-orange to flame-orange rind that is loose and easily removed; native to southeastern Asia

Mandarinnoun

a member of an elite intellectual or cultural group

Mandarinnoun

any high government official or bureaucrat

Mandarinnoun

a high public official of imperial China

Mandarinnoun

a somewhat flat reddish-orange loose-skinned citrus of China

Mandarinnoun

the dialect of Chinese spoken in Beijing and adopted as the official language for all of China