You're welcome, don't mention it, not at all++Please don't bother, no thanks++Impolite, rude, blunt++Candid, frank, straightforward§Prego, di niente++No grazie++Scortese, maleducato, schietto++Candido, franco, diretto

Below you find the Chinese word related to the following English terms:

- You're welcome

- Don't mention it

- Not at all++Please don't bother

- No thanks++Impolite

- Rude

- Blunt++Candid

- Frank

- Straightforward§Prego

- Di niente++No grazie++Scortese

- Maleducato

- Schietto++Candido

- Franco

- Diretto

SECTION 1:
CHINESE WORD

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芭等是

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ba2deng3shi5
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You're welcome, don't mention it, not at all++Please don't bother, no thanks++Impolite, rude, blunt++Candid, frank, straightforward§Prego, di niente++No grazie++Scortese, maleducato, schietto++Candido, franco, diretto

More symbols with the following meanings:

Don't mention it
Rude
Frank

SECTION 2:
MEANING OF EACH CHINESE CHARACTER

First character of the Chinese word 芭等是

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7
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-Flower; a fragrant plant

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Second character of the Chinese word 芭等是

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12
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-Class, grade, rank; kind, sort
-Wait, await
-Equal, equivalent
-When, till
-And so on, and so forth, et cetera

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Third character of the Chinese word 芭等是

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9
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-To be
-Yes, right
-(Used as verb:
1. ties two things, indicating that they are identical or that the second explains or states the case of the first;
2. together with de5, indicates a sorting on the basis of the declared characteristic;
3. indicates existence;
4. indicates concession;
5. preceded and followed by the same noun or verb and then preceded and followed by another noun or verb, indicates that the two things or actions have nothing to do with each other;
6. before a noun, indicates fitness or suitability;
7. forms an alternative or negative question;
8. at the beginning of a sentence for emphasis;
9. means praise, justify)
-(Used as adverbial word, stressed, indicates certainty)
-Correct; true
-This; all, any
-Important affairs
-(A surname)

There's no difference between the simplified and the traditional version of this character.

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