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Cantonese (German)

Part of speech: noun, (neuter)

Cases:
Nominative: singular 1 (the) Cantonese; Singular 2 the Cantonese; Plural
Genitive: singular 1 (des) Cantonese; Singular 2 of Cantonese; Plural
Dative: singular 1 (the) Cantonese; Singular 2 the Cantonese; Plural
Accusative: singular 1 (the) Cantonese; Singular 2 the Cantonese; Plural
Hyphenation:
Kan | to | ne | sisch, singular 2 the Kan | to | ne | si | sche, no plural
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˌKantoˈneːzɪʃ], the [ˌkantoˈneːzɪʃə]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Language spoken in Guangdong Province, Hong Kong, and Macau, China
Abbreviation:
1) ISO 639-1: zh, ISO 639-2:chi, zho ISO 639-3:yue
Origin of the term:
Noun of the adjective Cantonese (from the old name Canton for Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong)
Synonyms:
1) Yue
General terms:
1) Chinese, Sino-Tibetan language
Application examples:
1) Talk Cantonese?
1) What is it called on Cantonese?
1) Talking about 70 million people Cantonese.
1) That Cantonese is also spoken in Southeast Asia.

Translations

  • Traditionally Chinese): 1) 廣東話 (Guǎngdōng huà), 粵語 (yuèyǔ),
  • Chinese (simplified): 1) 广东话 (Guǎngdōng huà), 粤语 (yuèyǔ)
  • Cantonese: 1)
  • Min Nan: 1) Kńg-tang-oē
  • English: 1) Cantonese
  • French: 1) cantonais (male)
  • Indonesian: 1) Kantonis, bahasa Kantonis
  • Japanese: 1) 広 東 語 (か ん と ん ご, kantongo)
  • Korean: 1) 광둥어
  • Dutch: 1) Cantonees
  • Portuguese: 1) Cantonês
  • Swedish: 1) kantonesiska
  • Spanish: 1) cantonés

Similar terms:
Cantonese

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Entries from our dictionary containing "Cantonese":

Cantonese:… 1) What's that called in Cantonese? 1) Over 70 million people speak Cantonese. 1) Cantonese is also spoken in Southeast Asia. Translations ...

Hakka: ... ISO 639-1: zh, ISO 639-2: chi, zho, ISO 639-3: hak Application examples: 1) "Similar to Cantonese, Hakka receives the original plosives -b, -d, -g, and forms ...


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