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- china (n.)
- "porcelain imported from China," 1570s, short for Chinaware, China dishes, etc.; from the country name (see China).
- China (n.)
- Asian country name, 1550s, of uncertain origin, probably ultimately from Sanskrit Cina-s "the Chinese" (earliest European usage is in Italian, by Marco Polo), perhaps from Qin dynasty, which ruled 3c. B.C.E. Latinized as Sina, hence sinologist. The Chinese word for the country is Chung-kuo (Wade-Giles), Zhongguo (Pinyin).
- 1. China enters a new five-year plan period next year.
- 2. Queen Mary started the fashion for blue and white china in England.
- 3. He toyed with the idea of going to China.
- 4. Mr Li said China's reforms had brought vitality to its economy.
- 5. The company looks poised to make a significant breakthrough in China.
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