(liǎng ) ( )

两 English Translation

The English meaning of (liǎng ) is:

  • two
  • both
  • some
  • a few
  • tael, unit of weight equal to 50 grams (modern) or 1⁄16 of a catty (jīn) (old)

Example Usage of 两


Wǒ yòng liǎng qiān rì yuán mǎile zhè běnshū. I paid two thousand yen for the book.

Wǒ yǒu liǎng gè er zi, yīgè zài dōngjīng, lìng yīgè zài mínggǔwū. I have two children, one in is Beijing and the other one is in Nagoya.

Wǒ dìdì méi wǒ liǎng nián qián gāo. My brother is not as tall as I was two years ago.

Wǒ rènshí tā liǎng niánle. I have known her for two years.

Wǒ mèimei měi zhōu shàng liǎng cì gāngqín kè. My sister takes piano lessons twice a week.

Tā yǒu yīgè er zi hé liǎng gè nǚ'ér. She has a son and two daughters.

Liǎng gè háizi de niánlíng jiā qǐlái hé tāmen de fùqīn xiāngdāng. The ages of the two children put together was equivalent to that of their father.

Nà yǒu liǎng kuài dàngāo. There were two cakes.

Wǒmen yǒu liǎng gè nǚ'ér. We have two daughters.

Qǐng lái liǎng bēi chá hé yībēi kāfēi. Please can we have two teas and one coffee.

Wǒ zài lúndūn de shíhòu, yīnggāi huì qù kàn yī liǎng chǎng yǎnchū. When I am in London, I will most probably go catch a few performances.



Decomposition of 兩


Chinese words containing 两

两 Radical
兩 Radical
HSK Level 2
两 Stroke Count 7
兩 Stroke Count 8
Variants of (liǎng ) ( )
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两 Stroke Order
兩 Stroke Order