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Results for: [ma4 ren2] to swear or curse (at people)Translations 1 - 30 of 426
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(area where) vegetation grows, the common people苍生 [cang1 sheng1]
(area where) vegetation grows, the common people蒼生 [cang1 sheng1]
(common) people世人 [shi4 ren2]
(ordinary) people, commoner, civilian平民 [ping2 min2]
(saying) advance in waves of people前赴后继 [qian2 fu4 hou4 ji4]
(saying) advance in waves of people前赴後繼 [qian2 fu4 hou4 ji4]
(used in names of people and shops, symbolizing prosperity)鑫 [xin1]
a branch of the Xianbei 鮮卑|鲜卑 nomadic people乞伏 [Qi3 fu2]
a branch of the Xianbei 鮮卑|鲜卑 nomadic people宇文 [Yu3 wen2]
a branch of the Xianbei 鮮卑|鲜卑 nomadic people段氏 [Duan4 shi4]
a branch of the Xianbei 鮮卑|鲜卑 nomadic people禿發 [Tu1 fa1]
a branch of the Xianbei 鮮卑|鲜卑 nomadic people秃发 [Tu1 fa1]
a branch of the Xianbei 鮮卑|鲜卑 nomadic people, two-character surname Murong慕容 [Mu4 rong2]
a clash between the police and the people警民冲突 [jing3 min2 chong1 tu1]
a clash between the police and the people警民衝突 [jing3 min2 chong1 tu1]
a contemporary, similar class of people流輩 [liu2 bei4]
a contemporary, similar class of people流辈 [liu2 bei4]
a friend made in hospital or people who become friends in hospital, wardmate病友 [bing4 you3]
a mob of people暴民 [bao4 min2]
a multitude, a sea of people人海 [ren2 hai3]
a queue of people, a crocodile (of school children)人龍 [ren2 long2]
a queue of people, a crocodile (of school children)人龙 [ren2 long2]
a stream of people, an abortion, abbr. of 人工流產手術|人工流产手术人流 [ren2 liu2]
a tide of people人潮 [ren2 chao2]
a vegetable (fig. of people)植物人 [zhi2 wu4 ren2]
Algonquin (North American people)阿尔衮琴 [A1 er3 gun3 qin2]
Algonquin (North American people)阿爾袞琴 [A1 er3 gun3 qin2]
all levels of society, the imperial court and the ordinary people朝野 [chao2 ye3]
all the people万民 [wan4 min2]
all the people萬民 [wan4 min2]
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