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Results for: [fan2 si3 le5] to annoy to deathTranslations: 1 - 30 of 143
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(to live together until the) white hairs of old age; to live to a ripe old age in conjugal bliss, until death do us part白头偕老 [bai2 tou2 xie2 lao3]
(to live together until the) white hairs of old age; to live to a ripe old age in conjugal bliss, until death do us part白头到老 [bai2 tou2 dao4 lao3]
(to live together until the) white hairs of old age; to live to a ripe old age in conjugal bliss, until death do us part白頭偕老 [bai2 tou2 xie2 lao3]
(to live together until the) white hairs of old age; to live to a ripe old age in conjugal bliss, until death do us part白頭到老 [bai2 tou2 dao4 lao3]
a make-or-break matter, a matter of life and death存亡攸关 [cun2 wang2 you1 guan1]
a make-or-break matter, a matter of life and death存亡攸關 [cun2 wang2 you1 guan1]
ail, annoy, distress, vexation, distressed, to be in misery苦恼 [ku3 nao3]
ail, annoy, distress, vexation, distressed, to be in misery苦惱 [ku3 nao3]
an autopsy, a postmortem examination (to determine cause of death etc)驗屍 [yan4 shi1]
an autopsy, a postmortem examination (to determine cause of death etc)验尸 [yan4 shi1]
an execution, to put sb to death处死 [chu3 si3]
an execution, to put sb to death處死 [chu3 si3]
as weighty as Mt Tai, as light as a feather (refers to death)泰山鴻毛 [Tai4 shan1 hong2 mao2]
as weighty as Mt Tai, as light as a feather (refers to death)泰山鸿毛 [Tai4 shan1 hong2 mao2]
Aum Shinrikyo, the Japanese death cult responsible for the 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway奥姆真理教 [ao4 mu3 zhen1 li3 jiao4]
Aum Shinrikyo, the Japanese death cult responsible for the 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway奧姆真理教 [ao4 mu3 zhen1 li3 jiao4]
blue screen of death蓝屏死机 [lan2 ping2 si3 ji1]
blue screen of death藍屏死機 [lan2 ping2 si3 ji1]
bored to death, bored stiff, overcome with boredom百无聊赖 [bai3 wu2 liao2 lai4]
bored to death, bored stiff, overcome with boredom百無聊賴 [bai3 wu2 liao2 lai4]
brain death脑死亡 [nao3 si3 wang2]
brain death腦死亡 [nao3 si3 wang2]
cause of death死因 [si3 yin1]
close to death, life-threatening (illness)垂危 [chui2 wei1]
dates of birth and death (of historical figure)生卒年 [sheng1 zu2 nian2]
death by hanging, to hang oneself吊死 [diao4 si3]
death of a prince, swarming薨 [hong1]
death of king or emperor, demise駕崩 [jia4 beng1]
death of king or emperor, demise驾崩 [jia4 beng1]
death penalty死刑 [si3 xing2]
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