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Pronunciation : méi
Meaning :
  1. not have; there is not; be without. (v)
  2. not. (adv)
Radical :
Strokes : 7
Traditional : ( Stroke Order )
Usage : 64%
Common Words / Phrases:
méi yǒu
: not have; there is not; not yet; never before
méi kòng
: be tied up; busy
méi guān xi
: it doesn’t matter; it’s nothing; that’s all right; never mind
méi shì
: have nothing to do; it doesn’t matter
1. He doesn’t have a girlfriend yet.
hái méi péng you
: he
: still
: not have
女朋友 : girlfriend
2. I’m not so tall as you.
méi gāo
: I
: not
: you
: tall
3. There’s no one in the room.
zi méi rén
屋子 : house
: inside
: not have
: people
4. The bank was closed yesterday.
yín háng zuó tiān méi kāi mén
银行 : bank
昨天 : yesterday
: not
: open
: door
5. I have never eaten Western food before.
méi yǒu chī guò cān
: I
没有 : not have
: eat
: (particle) used after a verb or an adjective to indicate a past action or state
西餐 : Western food
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