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PronunciationEdit

  • Hyphenation: man‧da‧rì‧no

Etymology 1Edit

From mandarino, because its color's resemblance to the robes of mandarins.

AdjectiveEdit

mandarino (invariable)

  1. mandarin (in color/colour)

NounEdit

mandarino m (plural mandarini)

  1. mandarin orange, mandarin (fruit and tree)
  2. mandarin (color)

DescendantsEdit

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Etymology 2Edit

From Portuguese mandarim

AdjectiveEdit

mandarino (feminine singular mandarina, masculine plural mandarini, feminine plural mandarine)

  1. Mandarin, Chinese

Noun 1Edit

mandarino m (plural mandarini)

  1. mandarin (bureaucrat of the Chinese Empire)
  2. (by extension) mandarin (pedantic or elitist bureaucrat)

Noun 2Edit

mandarino m (invariable)

  1. Mandarin (language)
    Synonym: cinese mandarino
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