|meaning||含意 [han2 yi4]|
|(meaning unclear), to renounce, to abandon||俷 [fei4]|
|(precise meaning unknown, relates to iron), variant of 劦 or of 協|协||㶸 [xie2]|
|a slogan meaning, "Let's restore our lost land!"||還我河山|
|a slogan meaning, "The Nation above all!"||民族至上|
|almost the same meaning as "kui (measure)-a", but gives an impression of a little larger quantity, so, we may not use chi-u... "na-tia*" together with this expression.||好幾 …|
|be in or at, on (used only with one syllable nouns). very much like a preposition, but is used more for euphony than to add any real meaning to a prepositional phrase, (more an enclitic, which when used with "ti" plus a noun, indicates that something i||裡|
|borrowed meaning||假借义 [jia3 jie4 yi4]|
|borrowed meaning||假借義 [jia3 jie4 yi4]|
|can't get through with my meaning, he is impenetrable: he won't listen||講不通|
|cannot find, look but not see (sometimes has the meaning of "not know how to")||看不到 ,看不懂|
|catch the meaning without understanding all the words||猜測|
|catch the meaning without understanding all the words||猜測 ,猜取大意|
|change of meaning||意义变化 [yi4 yi4 bian4 hua4]|
|change of meaning||意義變化 [yi4 yi4 bian4 hua4]|
|close to the meaning, almost||意思或意見相近|
|commercial slogan meaning, "goods of high quality sold at reasonable prices"||貨真價實|
|commit impurity (word used in vile scolding meaning "kan")||肏|
|comparative particle. The meaning of this particle is usually given as "more", but in translating this word into English we very often must use a circumlocution on account of its idiomatic use. The chief reason for this is that it is joined not only to||更 ,較|
|connective particle meaning then, undergo, assume, come or go to, namely, as soon as, as a natural consequence, thereupon, naturally (Very often the Chinese use this little particle to balance a subordinate clause with the principal clause although there||就|
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