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Definition of: mandarin

(mandə·rin) noun
1. An official of the Chinese Empire, either civil or military: a title used by foreigners indiscriminately. The recognized official grades under the Empire were nine, each rank being distinguished by its official specific regalia, a conspicuous part of which is the mandarin button.
2. Any of certain small Chinese oranges, having a loose skin and very sweet pulp; a tangerine.
3. An orange or reddish-yellow dye. [<Pg. mandarim <Malay mantrī a minister of state <Hind. <Skt. mantrin a counselor <mantra counsel]

Definition of: Mandarin

(mandə·rin) noun
1. The Chinese language of north China, in the Peking dialect now the official language of the country.
2. Formerly, the court language of the Chinese Empire.

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