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    Question Idiom meaning

    I heard somebody saying that "from my past relationship I have learned that In china chinese is just a food." What does this mean? Can please somebody explain this to me?

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    Re: Idiom meaning

    Quote Originally Posted by Surili View Post
    I heard somebody saying that "from my past relationship I have learned that In china chinese is just a food." What does this mean? Can please somebody explain this to me?
    For English, 'Chinese' also means the people of China. MAYBE, to the Chinese people or some Chinese people, 'chinese' only denotes 'chinese food'.

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    Question Re: Idiom intention

    hey all,

    everyone is explaining to me the literal meaning of this idiom. What I want to know the intention of the person. Like if he says this that I have learn't from my past relation that "In china chinese is just a food" then what does he mean of that relation?

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