Sino-


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Sino-

pref.
Chinese: Sinology.

[From Late Latin Sīnae, the Chinese, from Greek Sīnai, probably ultimately of Indic origin; akin to Sanskrit Cīnāḥ, the Chinese, probably from a Chinese source akin to Middle Chinese tsɦin, Qin (also the source of Mandarin Qín); see Qin.]

Sino-

combining form
1. (Peoples) Chinese: Sino-Tibetan; Sinology.
2. (Languages) Chinese: Sino-Tibetan; Sinology.
[from French, from Late Latin Sīnae the Chinese, from Late Greek Sinai, from Arabic Sīn China, probably from Chinese Ch'in]

Sino-

a combining form meaning “China” or “Chinese”: Sinology; Sino-Tibetan.
[< New Latin, comb. form representing Late Latin Sīnae the Chinese < Late Greek Sînai « Chinese Qìn Ch ' in]
Translations

Sino-

[ˈsaɪnəʊ-] prefixsino-

Sino-

prefchinesisch-, sino- (form); Sino-Americanchinesisch-amerikanisch, sinoamerikanisch (form)
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Beijing Aug 15 (ANI): China's People's Liberation Army's visiting chief Chen Bingde, pledged to elevate Sino- Israeli miltary ties to a new level during a meeting with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak.

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