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This word must begin with a capital letter in the senses shown in 3) and 6).
mandarin
noun
1. (fruit) 
The children peeled and ate some juicy mandarins.Los niños pelaron y comieron unas jugosas mandarinas.
2. (botany) 
Warren planted some mandarins along the fence.Warren sembró unos naranjos mandarinos a lo largo de la cerca.
3. (language) 
Gustavo is studying Mandarin in preparation for his trip to Beijing.Gustavo está estudiando mandarín en preparación para su viaje a Beijing.
4. (historical Chinese official) 
The mandarin ordered his guards to kill the prisoner.El mandarín ordenó a los guardias que mataran al prisionero.
5. (government official) 
People are becoming wary of the power wielded by EU mandarins.La gente empieza a recelar del poder ejercido por los mandarines de la UE.
adjective
6. (relating to Mandarin Chinese) 
a. mandarín 
We looked at Mandarin syntax in class today.Estudiamos el sintaxis mandarín hoy en clase.
mandarin
Noun
1. (official) 
a. el mandarín (M) 
2. (fruit) 
a. la mandarina (F) 
mandarin [ˈmændərɪn]
noun
1 (person) mandarín (m)
2 (also mandarin orange) mandarina (f)
3
Mandarin (Ling) mandarín (m)

mandarín

mandarín
Noun
1. (título) 
a. mandarin 
2. (dialecto) 
a. Mandarin 
mandarín
1 (Hist) (Lingüística) Mandarin
2 petty bureaucrat
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