「鴛鴦」

Entry #1
Pronunciation: jyun1 joeng1 jin1 joeng1
Individual
Character Meaning:


Part of Speech: noun
Explanation:
  • mandarin duck (measure word: 隻)
    (Cant.) go3wu4soeng6min6jau5hou2do1jyun1joeng1
    (Eng.) There are many mandarin ducks on the lake.

  • male-female couple; lovebirds
    (Cant.) fu2meng6jyun1joeng1
    (Eng.) fated couple; bitter romance
    (Cant.) 鴛鴦房jyun1 joeng1 fong2
    (Eng.) room for lovers; "honeymoon suite"
    (Cant.) 棒打鴛鴦paang5 daa2 jyun1 joeng1
    (Eng.) to break up a couple

  • things that occur as a pair
    (Cant.) jyun1joeng1gim3
    (Eng.) yuanyang sword

  • a combination or juxtaposition of two different elements
    (Cant.) 鴛鴦炒飯jin1 joeng1 caau2 faan6
    (Eng.) yin yang fried rice
    (Cant.) nei5deoi3mat6jin1joeng1ge2
    (Eng.) You're wearing two different socks.

  • yinyeung, a local drink made with coffee, tea, and milk; coffee with milk tea
    (Cant.) jat1bui1jin1joeng1m4goi1
    (Eng.) A cup of coffee with milk tea, please.

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