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private
'praɪvɪt
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Not expressed.
  2. Concerning one person exclusively.
  3. Concerning things deeply private and personal.
  4. Confined to particular persons or groups or providing privacy.
(名) As a noun
  1. An enlisted man of the lowest rank in the Army or Marines.
Hyphenationpri•vate
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
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私人sīrénprivate; personal; interpersonal; somebody with whom one has a close personal relationship; a member of one's clique
秘密mìmìsecret
私立sīlìprivate (company, school etc)
阴部yīnbùgenitalia
列兵lièbīngprivate (army)
私家sījiāprivate; privately owned or managed
私密sīmìprivate; secret; intimate
私自sīzìprivate; personal; secretly; without explicit approval
私有sīyǒuprivate; privately-owned
士卒shìzúsoldier; private (army)
私房sīfangpersonal; private; confidential
私营sīyíngprivately-owned; private
personal; private; selfish
tánblack, dark; unclear; private
隐藏yǐncángto hide; to conceal; to mask; to shelter; to harbor (i.e. keep something hidden); to hide oneself; to lie low; to nestle; hidden; implicit; private; covert; recessed (lighting)
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