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Chinese Adjectives

顽固 (wángù)-stubborn
用功 (yònggōng)-diligent;studious
胖 (pàng)-fat
漂亮 (piàoliang)-pretty
聪明 (cōngming)-smart
笨 (bèn)-stupid
帅 (shuài)-handsome
矮 (ǎi)-short
高 (gāo)-tall
懒 (lǎn)-lazy
丑 (chǒu)-ugly
开通 (kāitong)-open minded; liberal
大 (dà)-big
小 (xiǎo)-small; young
老 (lǎo)-old(used w/ people)
新 (xīn)-new
旧 (jiù)-old(used w/ objects)
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