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generation
,dʒɛnə'reɪʃən
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The act of producing offspring or multiplying by such production.
  2. The production of heat or electricity.
  3. A coming into being.
  4. Group of genetically related organisms constituting a single step in the line of descent.
  5. All the people living at the same time or of approximately the same age.
  6. The normal time between successive generations.
  7. A stage of technological development or innovation.
Hyphenationgen•er•a•tion
Part of Speech(名) noun
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产生chǎnshēngto arise; to come into being; to come about; to give rise to; to bring into being; to bring about; to produce; to engender; to generate; to appear; appearance; emergence; generation; production; yield
发生fāshēngto happen; to occur; to take place; to break out
一代yīdàigeneration
一世yīshìgeneration; period of 30 years; one's whole lifetime; lifelong; age; era; times; the whole world; the First (of numbered European kings)
辈儿bèirgeneration
𠀍shì(same as U+4E16 ) generation; world; era
cáoclass or grade; generation; plaintiff and defendant (old); government department (old); (Chinese surname); Zhou Dynasty vassal state
bèirow of carriages; generation; class, a series a kind; denotes the plural
bèilifetime; generation; group of people; class; measure word for generations; (lit.) measure word for people
世代shìdàifor many generations; generation; era; age
shìlife; age; generation; era; world; lifetime; epoch; descendant; noble; (Chinese surname)
dàito substitute; to act on behalf of others; to replace; generation; dynasty; age; period; (historical) era; (geological) eon
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