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1. mandarin

noun. ['ˈmændɝən'] any high government official or bureaucrat.

Synonyms

  • functionary

Antonyms

  • equalitarian
  • moralist

Etymology

  • mandarine (French)

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Words that Rhyme with Mandarin

  • andren

How do you pronounce mandarin?

Pronounce mandarin as ˈmændərən.

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Example sentences of the word mandarin


1. Noun, singular or mass
Give your salad a makeover by adding croutons, nut slivers, mandarin oranges, cranberries or artichoke hearts.

2. mandarin

noun. ['ˈmændɝən'] a high public official of imperial China.

Antonyms

  • democratic

Etymology

  • mandarine (French)

3. Mandarin

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

Synonyms

  • Mandarin Chinese
  • Beijing dialect
  • Chinese

4. mandarin

noun. ['ˈmændɝən'] a member of an elite intellectual or cultural group.

Etymology

  • mandarine (French)

5. mandarin

noun. ['ˈmændɝən'] a somewhat flat reddish-orange loose skinned citrus of China.

Synonyms

  • mandarin orange tree
  • tangerine
  • citrous fruit
  • citrus
  • citrus fruit
  • clementine
  • satsuma
  • mandarin orange

Antonyms

  • unofficial
  • unauthorized
  • unestablished
  • irregular

Etymology

  • mandarine (French)

6. mandarin

noun. ['ˈmændɝən'] 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.

Synonyms

  • Citrus reticulata
  • mandarin orange tree
  • tangerine
  • citrus
  • clementine tree
  • tangerine tree
  • citrus tree
  • clementine
  • satsuma
  • mandarin orange
  • satsuma tree

Etymology

  • mandarine (French)
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