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Definition of "cai" []

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Use "cai" in a sentence
  • "They are slovenly, and the lower classes extremely dirty; the market-women, in their white flannel peaked hoods of a hideous form, or their handkerchiefs loosely tied, without grace and merely for warmth, have in the cold season a very unpicturesque appearance, and the shrill shrieking voices of those who scream hot chesnuts to sell about the streets, uttering their piercing cry of "_tou cai, tou cai_!" ["
  • "As in other parts of the country, village customs dictate the groom's family pay the bride's family a set amount -- known as cai li"
  • "At that time the police included filming and taking pictures in their definition of 'cai fang.'"