Kuai

Kuai

1. A Chinese term for accounting.

2. A Chinese term for broker. An alternate Chinese term is jing ji ren.

3. A slang term for Chinese renminbi. It is roughly equivalent to buck or quid in English.
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We are really seizing the last chance to expand before the multinationals invade Shanghai,'' said Kuai Jianping, Lianhua's chief accountant and human resources manager.
Only once though did I suspect having a few kuai 'lifted' from a pocket.
Yanzhe bian fangzhe ji kuai xiyi ban, S edgeing side set ZHE several CL wash board iv.
Every match we went into, I thought it was going to be tough,'' Westlake coach Bernard Kuai said.
Located in the village of Kuai, which is just outside Sabah's capital city of Kota Kinabalu, the park was opened in 1996 and is owned and managed by direct descendants of Monsopiad, a warrior and headhunter who is said to have roamed the land on which the Village now stands over 250 years ago.
Take Kuai, a Sudanese refugee I heard about who is a student at Southeast Community College in Lincoln, Neb.
98) In Sui He zhuan feng mo Kuai Tong, the hero, a military and political strategist, who feigns insanity to escape murder, lives in a sheep pen.
This increase was found not only for contour, form, orientation, luminance, and color, but for letters and isolated words (Chung, Legge, & Cheung, 2004; Chung, Levi, & Li, 2006; Kuai & Yu, 2006; Varsori, Perez-Fornos, Safran, & Whatham, 2004).
Maybe we should do more hugging," Tara told her husband during the show, inspired by the example of Kuai, "The Happy Man," who constantly brightened her day with hugs.
Kuai G, Liu X (2004) The distribution features of araneid community under the conditions of artificial plants in Shapotou.
Zhongguo kaogu xue yantaohui: kuai shiji de huigu yu qianzhan [Symposium of Chinese archaeology: trans-century perspectives]: Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong.