gin means "to see", not to watch. It contrasts with the verb /tai/.
giu is a very versatile verb. It is used to mean "to call" in the sense of "call something a name", "call out to someone", and also "call someone over". It also is used to mean "tell someone or ask someone to do something".
mahn, when taking a sentence as an object, always takes an interrogative (question) sentence.
\jung\ yi can mean to "prefer" as well as "to like". It is often combined with /bei/ gaau when it has the meaning of "preference".
yiu can often
be ambiguous. It can mean "to want", "to
need", "to require". At times it is ambiguous.
The default meaning should be "to need" since there are
unambiguous ways of expressing the other meanings.
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