There are many ways to say orange in Chinese, but according to the dictionary, orange is translated into Chinese as 橙子 [chéng zi] , which is the most common way to say orange in Chinese. Here to learn "how do you say orange in chinese?". For example:
wǒ cóng shù shàng zhāi le yí gè chéng zi。
I picked an orange from the tree.
Other expressions of orange in Chinese
橘子 [jú zi] / 桔子 [jú zi] – Orange. For example:
jú zi hán yǒu fēng fù de wéi shēng sù C。
Oranges are rich in vitamin C.
柑橘 [gān jú] – Orange. Citrus.
橙汁 [chéng zhī] – Orange juice. For example:
nǐ yào hē diǎn chéng zhī ma？
Would you like some orange juice?
橘子汁 [jú zǐ zhī] – Orange juice. For example:
qǐng gěi wǒ yī xiē jú zǐ zhī。
Give me some orange juice, please.
橙子树 [chéng zǐ shù] – Orange tree.
橘子树 [jú zǐ shù] / 桔子树 [jú zǐ shù] – Orange tree.
枳 [zhǐ] – Orange. For example:
jú shēng huái nán zé wéi jú，shēng yú huái běi zé wéi zhǐ。
Oranges grown in Huainan are tangerines, and oranges grown in Huaibei are trifoliate oranges. It means the environment has changed, and the nature of things has changed too.