|to experience adventures||历险 [li4 xian3]|
|to experience adventures||歷險 [li4 xian3]|
|(saying) outside actual experience; metaphysics||形而上学 [xing2 er2 shang4 xue2]|
|(saying) outside actual experience; metaphysics||形而上學 [xing2 er2 shang4 xue2]|
|(set phrase), know best by personal experience, know sth without being told||冷暖自知 [leng3 nuan3 zi4 zhi1]|
|A frog in a well knows nothing of the great ocean. ─ a person of very limited outlook and experience||井底之蛙|
|a lesson, a moral, (to teach sb or to learn a) lesson (i.e. obtain wisdom from an experience)||教訓 [jiao4 xun5]|
|a lesson, a moral, (to teach sb or to learn a) lesson (i.e. obtain wisdom from an experience)||教训 [jiao4 xun5]|
|Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain 馬克·吐溫|马克·吐温||哈克貝利・芬歷險記 [Ha1 ke4 bei4 li4 · Fen1 li4 xian3 ji4]|
|Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain 馬克·吐溫|马克·吐温||哈克贝利・芬历险记 [Ha1 ke4 bei4 li4 · Fen1 li4 xian3 ji4]|
|Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain 馬克·吐溫|马克·吐温||汤姆・索亚历险记 [Tang1 mu3 · Suo3 ya4 li4 xian3 ji4]|
|Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain 馬克·吐溫|马克·吐温||湯姆・索亞歷險記 [Tang1 mu3 · Suo3 ya4 li4 xian3 ji4]|
|bird frightened by the bow ─ person seized with fear because of some frightening experience encountered in the past||驚弓之鳥|
|career, record, personal history (experience)||經歷|
|déjà vu (the experience of seeing exactly the same situation a second time), seemingly familiar, apparently already acquainted||似曾相識 [si4 ceng2 xiang1 shi2]|
|déjà vu (the experience of seeing exactly the same situation a second time), seemingly familiar, apparently already acquainted||似曾相识 [si4 ceng2 xiang1 shi2]|
|experience adventures, undergo dangers, had a narrow escape||歷險|
|experience an undesirable outcome, to know suffering||知道悽慘|
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