|A child at seven months can sit, at eight months can crawl, at nine months cuts his teeth.||七坐 ,八爬 ,九長牙|
|days and months fly like a shuttle||日月如梭|
|days and months slip away, fig. the inexorable passage of time||日月蹉跎 [ri4 yue4 cuo1 tuo2]|
|deposit amounting (corresponding) to three months' rent||三個月的抵押金|
|early autumn, first of the autumn months||初秋|
|first six months of a year||上半年|
|for months and years||經年累月|
|How many months over one year of age?||一週歲又幾個月?|
|latter six months of a year||下半年|
|machine or new employee on probation for three months||試用三個月|
|month after month and year after year, for months and years, for a long time||累月經年|
|relief of the poor during winter months||冬令救濟|
|several months||数月 [shu4 yue4]|
|several months||數月 [shu4 yue4]|
|several months, the last few months||几个月 [ji3 ge5 yue4]|
|several months, the last few months||幾個月 [ji3 ge5 yue4]|
|summer sanitation, public health in summer months||夏令衛生|
|ten months or so, about ten months||十几个月 [shi2 ji3 ge4 yue4]|
|ten months or so, about ten months||十幾個月 [shi2 ji3 ge4 yue4]|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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