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しかし[] 、[] 中国[ちゅうごく] で[] は[] 、[] 「[] 人権[じんけん] 」[] という[] 言葉[ことば] が[] 使わ[つかわ] れ[] ず[] 、[] 基本[きほん] 的[てき] 権利[けんり] と[] 表記[ひょうき] さ[] れる[] 。[]
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However, in China, they don't use a word for "human rights," but instead express it as "fundamental rights".
परंतु, चीनमध्ये "मानव अधिकार" यासाठी शब्द वापरला जात नाही, त्या बदली "मुलभूत अधिकार" असा व्यक्त केला जातो.
Тем не менее, в Китае не используют слова "права человека", а выражаются - "фундаментальные права".
Bununla birlikte, Çin'de, onlar "insan hakları" için bir kelime kullanmıyor fakat bunun yerine onu "temel haklar" olarak ifade ediyorlar.