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pidgin

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈpɪdʒ.ɪn/
a language which has developed from a mixture of two languages. It is used as a way of communicating by people who do not speak each other's languages.
(兩種語言混在一起的)混雜語言,洋涇浜語
Forms of languages and specialist dialects
pidgin English/French, etc. informal English/French, etc. when it is spoken in a simple way, often with many mistakes, either by a foreigner or to a foreigner
洋涇浜英語/法語等
"He come here?" he asked in pidgin English.
「他來了嗎?」他用洋涇浜英語問道。
Forms of languages and specialist dialects
Translations of “pidgin”
in Vietnamese tiếng bồi…
in Spanish lengua franca…
in Thai ภาษาผสม…
in Malaysian pijin…
in French pidgin…
in German das Pidgin, Pidgin-……
in Indonesian pidgin…
in Chinese (Simplified) (两种语言混在一起的)混杂语言,洋泾浜语…
(Definition of pidgin from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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