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bǐ/bǐ/bìbei2                 
ratio                 
Usage: Very common(How do I use this?)                 
 
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(particle used for comparison and "-er than")Cantofish icon / to gesture (with hands)Cantofish icon / to be nearMDBG iconto associate withMDBG icon / ratioCantofish icon / more thanAdso icon / to compareCantofish icon / abbr. for Belgium 比利時|比利时Cantofish icon / to contrastCantofish icon/
Copyleft icon Adso icon Adso: more than
Copyleft icon Cantofish icon Cantofish: (particle used for comparison and "-er than"); to compare; to contrast; to gesture (with hands); ratio; abbr. for Belgium 比利時|比利时; associate with; be near
Copyleft icon MDBG icon MDBG: to associate with; to be near
Copyleft icon LDC icon LDC: (particle used for comparison and "-er than"); to compare; to contrast; to gesture (with hands); ratio; associate with; be near
Copyleft icon Cdict icon CDict: associate with; be near'
Explanation of fields above:
Simplfied Chinese                 Traditional Chinese
Mandarin pinyin                 Cantonese jyutpin
Short English definition                 Measure word (if available)
Approximate frequency of usage                 
Breakdown of phrase into characters or smaller words                 Synonyms from Chinesetools.en
Merged definitions (with references to original sources)                 
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