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xiè xie to thank / thanks / thank you
you (informal, as opposed to courteous )
you (Note: In Taiwan, is used to address females, but in mainland China, it is not commonly used. Instead, is used to address both males and females.)
men you (plural)
nín you (courteous, as opposed to informal )
ne particle indicating that a previously asked question is to be applied to the preceding word ("What about ...?", "And ...?") / particle for inquiring about location ("Where is ...?") / particle signaling a pause, to emphasize the preceding words and allow the listener time to take them on board ("ok?", "are you with me?") / (at the end of a declarative sentence) particle indicating continuation of a state or action / particle indicating strong affirmation
zài jiàn goodbye / see you again later
méi shén me it doesn't matter; it's nothing; never mind / think nothing of it; it's my pleasure; you're welcome
qi you're welcome / don't mention it / impolite / rude / blunt
gàn shén me what are you doing? / what's he up to?
zán men we or us (including both the speaker and the person(s) spoken to) / (dialect) I or me / (dialect) (in a coaxing or familiar way) you / also pr. [za2 men5]
gān bēi to drink a toast / Cheers! (proposing a toast) / Here's to you! / Bottoms up! / lit. dry cup
wèi everybody / all (guests, colleagues etc) / all of you
zhǐ yǒu only have ... / there is only ... / (used in combination with ) it is only if one ... (that one can ...) (Example: 只有通过治疗才能痊愈 "the only way to cure it is with therapy") / it is only ... (who ...) (Example: 只有男性才有此需要 "only men would have such a requirement") / (used to indicate that one has no alternative) one can only (do a certain thing) (Example: 只有屈服 "the only thing you can do is give in")
tái (classical) you (in letters) / variant of
dào shi contrary to what one might expect / actually / contrariwise / why don't you
gǎn dāng lit. I dare not (accept the honor); fig. I don't deserve your praise / you flatter me
yǒu méi yǒu (before a noun) Do (you, they etc) have ...? / Is there a ...? / (before a verb) Did (you, they etc) (verb, infinitive)? / Have (you, they etc) (verb, past participle)?
shǎo jiàn rare; seldom seen / (formal) it's a rare pleasure to see you
hǎo shuō easy to deal with; not a problem / (polite answer) you flatter me

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