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How to Pronounce QIN?

Correct pronunciation for the word "QIN" is [kˈɪn], [kˈɪn], [k_ˈɪ_n].

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"QIN" in context

QIN is an ancient Chinese Dynasty which is sometimes referred to as the Qin Dynasty. It flourished between 221-206 BC and was the first imperial dynasty of China. The Qin Dynasty was founded by the ruler known as Qin Shi Huang, who unified all of the Chinese states and proclaimed himself the first Emperor of a unified China. The Qin Dynasty is famous for its many accomplishments, such as building the Great Wall of China, the first unified system of weights and measurements, and developing a standard written Chinese language. Qin Shi Huang was a ruthless ruler, who instituted many harsh laws and conducted oppressive campaigns against his enemies.

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