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bei (4) - 被

Posted by graeme73 November 28, 2009 in the Group General Discussion.

In the sentence - 我的了 - bei acts as a passive marker. I see that in the dictionary it is given to mean - 'by'. However, in this case, it would surely mean 'was'. ie: "my food was stolen, completely."

Q: Can 'bei' 被 also mean 'was'?


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