How to say "Bad person" in Chinese?
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
We say it: 坏人 (simplified characters) huaìrén (traditionnal characters) 壞人 huaìrén
The "h" is pronouced like the spanish "j" (la jota) and the "r" sounds like an english "w". (ai=I) u (=salOOn). lol ;)
- bryan_qLv 79 years ago
"Bad person" = 壞人 / 坏人 = pronounced "huai4 ren2" in Mandarin. In movies, they say 壞蛋 / 坏蛋, "huai4 dan4"
@ Polyglot, you are NOT a true polyglot:
Chinese h sound DOES NOT sound like the way the letter j sounds in Spanish!!! It is the same sound as ENGLISH h!
The r sound in Mandarin sometimes sounds like the English r and at times it does not. BUT IT never sounded like the W sound in ENGLISH or any language!!!
- JessicaLv 49 years ago
坏人 huaì rén
混蛋 Hún dàn (used to abuse a bad person)
If you want to get the pronunciation right, put this in google translate.
But I don't think you'll need it if you already know the phonetics and tonesSource(s): Chinese
- Anonymous9 years ago
坏人Source(s): chinese speaker since i was born