EUdict :: English-Chinese dictionary

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(bot.) convolvulvus, Flos Inulae (Chinese herb)旋覆花 [xuan2 fu4 hua1]
(Chinese) Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)社科院 [she4 ke1 yuan4]
(Chinese) characters native to Korea, Japan, Vietnam etc, Japanese kokuji and Korean kukja国字 [guo2 zi4]
(Chinese) characters native to Korea, Japan, Vietnam etc, Japanese kokuji and Korean kukja國字 [guo2 zi4]
(Chinese) traditional medicine传统医药 [chuan2 tong3 yi1 yao4]
(Chinese) traditional medicine傳統醫藥 [chuan2 tong3 yi1 yao4]
(computer) character (tw)字元 [zi4 yuan2]
(computer) character repertoire, glossary, lexicon字彙 [zi4 hui4]
(computer) character repertoire, glossary, lexicon字汇 [zi4 hui4]
(downwards-left curved character stroke), throw撇 [pie3]
(downwards-right concave character stroke), press down firmly捺 [na4]
(downwards-right concave hooked character stroke)斜鉤 [xie2 gou1]
(downwards-right concave hooked character stroke)斜钩 [xie2 gou1]
(downwards-starting right angle character stroke)竖折 [shu4 zhe2]
(downwards-starting right angle character stroke)豎折 [shu4 zhe2]
(final particle in classical Chinese, expressing question or doubt, similar to 嗎|吗)乎 [hu1]
(horizontal hooked character stroke)横钩 [heng2 gou1]
(horizontal hooked character stroke)橫鉤 [heng2 gou1]
(horizontal-starting right angle character stroke)横折 [heng2 zhe2]
(horizontal-starting right angle character stroke)橫折 [heng2 zhe2]
(in Chinese medicine) stasis (of blood or other fluids)淤滞 [yu1 zhi4]
(in Chinese medicine) stasis (of blood or other fluids)瘀滯 [yu1 zhi4]
(ling.) original character本字 [ben3 zi4]
(math.) derived category寻来范畴 [xun2 lai2 fan4 chou2]
(math.) derived category尋來範疇 [xun2 lai2 fan4 chou2]
(math.) the Chinese remainder theorem中国剩余定理 [Zhong1 guo2 sheng4 yu2 ding4 li3]
(math.) the Chinese remainder theorem中國剩余定理 [Zhong1 guo2 sheng4 yu2 ding4 li3]
(music) note, phonetic component of a Chinese character, phonetic symbol, phonogram音符 [yin1 fu2]
(of Chinese pronunciation) a vowel followed by a nasal consonant鼻韵母 [bi2 yun4 mu3]
(of Chinese pronunciation) a vowel followed by a nasal consonant鼻韻母 [bi2 yun4 mu3]
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