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EnglishPinyinChinese
vegetablezhíwù, shūcài植物, 蔬菜
aubergineqiézi茄子
beandòu
beetroottiáncàigēn甜菜根
broccoliyìnghuāqiúhuāyēcài硬化球化椰菜
brussel sproutqiúyá gānlán球芽甘蓝
cabbagegānlán, juǎnxīncài甘蓝, 卷心菜
carrothúluóbo胡萝卜
cauliflowercàihuā菜花
kidney beancàidòu菜豆
leekjiǔcōng韭葱
onionyángcōng洋葱
parsnipōuzhōu fángfēng欧洲防风
peawāndòu豌豆
peanut (not nut! vegetable)huāshēng花生
potatomǎlíngshǔ, tǔdòu马铃薯, 土豆
soya beandàdòu, huángdòu大豆, 黄豆
string beancàidòu菜豆
ricedào, mǐ稻, 米
rice grainmǐwǔgǔ米五谷
swededàtóucài大头菜
turnipluóbo萝卜
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high tone mā

mid to high tone rising má

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no tone ma which is pronounced flat and even.
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