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Mandarine vs. Mandarin — What's the Difference?

Mandarine vs. Mandarin — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Mandarine and Mandarin

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Mandarine

Alternative spelling of mandarin
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Mandarin

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

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

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

A high government official or bureaucrat.
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Mandarin

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

A mandarin orange.
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Mandarin

Of, relating to, or resembling a mandarin.
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Mandarin

Marked by elaborate and refined language or literary style.
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Mandarin

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

A pedantic or elitist bureaucrat.
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Mandarin

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

(ornithology) mandarin duck
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Mandarin

A senior civil servant.
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Mandarin

Ellipsis of mandarin orange:
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Mandarin

A small, sweet citrus fruit.
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Mandarin

A tree of the species Citrus reticulata.
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Mandarin

(color) An orange colour.
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Mandarin

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

A Chinese public officer or nobleman; a civil or military official in China and Annam.
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Mandarin

A powerful government official or bureaucrat, especially one who is pedantic and has a strong sense of his own importance and privelege.
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Mandarin

A member of an influential, powerful or elite group, espcially within artistic or intellectual circles; - used especially of elder members who are traditionalist or conservative about their specialties.
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Mandarin

The form of the Chinese language spoken by members of the Chinese Imperial Court an officials of the empire.
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Mandarin

Any of several closely related dialects of the Chinese language spoken by a mojority of the population of China, the standard variety of which is spoken in the region around Beijing.
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Mandarin

A small flattish reddish-orange loose-skinned orange, with an easily separable rind. It is thought to be of Chinese origin, and is counted a distinct species (Citrus reticulata formerly Citrus nobilis); called also mandarin orange and tangerine.
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Mandarin

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
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Mandarin

A member of an elite intellectual or cultural group
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Mandarin

Any high government official or bureaucrat
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Mandarin

A high public official of imperial China
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Mandarin

A somewhat flat reddish-orange loose-skinned citrus of China
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Mandarin

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