dazibao

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Mandarin trad. 大字報, simpl. 大字报 (pinyin: dàzìbào) (“big-character poster”).

Noun[edit]

dazibao (plural dazibaos or dazibao)

  1. A wall-mounted newspaper or similar, as a popular form of communication in China.
    • 2008 May 18, Fred A. Bernstein, “A Home as Quirky as Life Itself”, in The New York Times:
      There are also artifacts like a poster called a dazibao, from 1968. The big Chinese characters on the poster form political slogans and names of public enemies. The names crossed off in red represent people who were executed, Ms. Shannon said.

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Italian[edit]

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dazibao m (invariable)

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