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Results for: [Fa3 lan2 ke4 fu2 che1 zhan3] the Frankfurt motor showTranslations: 1 - 30 of 205
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(in former times) an enclosed carriage for carrying passengers, a motor carriage, a car or bus轎車 [jiao4 che1]
(in former times) an enclosed carriage for carrying passengers, a motor carriage, a car or bus轿车 [jiao4 che1]
(saying) to show respect from a distance敬而远之 [jing4 er2 yuan3 zhi1]
(saying) to show respect from a distance敬而遠之 [jing4 er2 yuan3 zhi1]
(set phrase) to stand tall and see far, to show great foresight, to take a long term and broad view高瞻远瞩 [gao1 zhan1 yuan3 zhu3]
(set phrase) to stand tall and see far, to show great foresight, to take a long term and broad view高瞻遠矚 [gao1 zhan1 yuan3 zhu3]
a deliberate show of strength as a warning敲山震虎 [qiao1 shan1 zhen4 hu3]
a motor vehicle机动车辆 [ji1 dong4 che1 liang4]
a motor vehicle機動車輛 [ji1 dong4 che1 liang4]
a show of strength奋武扬威 [fen4 wu3 yang2 wei1]
a show of strength奮武揚威 [fen4 wu3 yang2 wei1]
accord, give, show (respect)給予 [ji3 yu3]
accord, give, show (respect)给予 [ji3 yu3]
act ostentatiously, bragging, show off招搖 [zhao1 yao2]
act ostentatiously, bragging, show off招摇 [zhao1 yao2]
an interjection, to express doubt or to question, to show realization, to stress啊 [a2]
arrogant idler, self-centred show-off大爷 [da4 ye2]
arrogant idler, self-centred show-off大爺 [da4 ye2]
artificial show of seriousness, to pretend to be solemn故作端庄 [gu4 zuo4 duan1 zhuang1]
artificial show of seriousness, to pretend to be solemn故作端莊 [gu4 zuo4 duan1 zhuang1]
benefit performance, charity show义演 [yi4 yan3]
benefit performance, charity show義演 [yi4 yan3]
Benz (name), Karl Benz (1844-1929), motor car pioneer本茨 [Ben3 ci2]
bus, motor coach巴士 [ba1 shi4]
car show, automobile expo汽車展覽會 [qi4 che1 zhan3 lan3 hui4]
car show, automobile expo汽车展览会 [qi4 che1 zhan3 lan3 hui4]
coarse grass used to show rank蕝 [jue2]
coil (in electric motor or transformer)繞組 [rao4 zu3]
coil (in electric motor or transformer)绕组 [rao4 zu3]
dazzle, to show off炫 [xuan4]
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