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EUdict :: English-Chinese dictionary

Results for: [nan2 kan1] hard to take, embarrassingTranslations: 1 - 30 of 170
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a centipede dies but never falls down, old institutions die hard百足之虫死而不僵 [bai3 zu2 zhi1 chong2 si3 er2 bu4 jiang1]
a centipede dies but never falls down, old institutions die hard百足之蟲死而不僵 [bai3 zu2 zhi1 chong2 si3 er2 bu4 jiang1]
a hard legal case to judge疑狱 [yi2 yu4]
a hard legal case to judge疑獄 [yi2 yu4]
a hard wood槢 [xi2]
antagonistic, laboring hard, pressed拮 [jie2]
anthracite, hard coal, white coal, waterpower白煤 [bai2 mei2]
blurred, hard to make out distinctly迷离 [mi2 li2]
blurred, hard to make out distinctly迷離 [mi2 li2]
catalog, table of contents, directory (on computer hard drive), list, contents目录 [mu4 lu4]
catalog, table of contents, directory (on computer hard drive), list, contents目錄 [mu4 lu4]
difficult, hard, arduous艰苦 [jian1 ku3]
difficult, hard, arduous艱苦 [jian1 ku3]
difficult, hard, hardship艰 [jian1]
difficult, hard, hardship艱 [jian1]
easily guarded, hard to attack易守难攻 [yi4 shou3 nan2 gong1]
easily guarded, hard to attack易守難攻 [yi4 shou3 nan2 gong1]
engrave, hard steel鏤 [lou4]
engrave, hard steel镂 [lou4]
erhua variant of 貝殼 贝壳, shell, hard outer skin貝殼兒 [bei4 ke2 r5]
erhua variant of 貝殼 贝壳, shell, hard outer skin贝壳儿 [bei4 ke2 r5]
exactly, in good order, whole, complete, entire, in order, orderly, to repair, to mend, to renovate, to make sb suffer, to punish, to fix, to give sb a hard time整 [zheng3]
far-fetched and hard to believe牵强附会 [qian1 qiang3 fu4 hui4]
far-fetched and hard to believe牽強附會 [qian1 qiang3 fu4 hui4]
feel embarrassed, be ill at ease, find it embarrassing (to do sth)不好意思 [bu4 hao3 yi4 si5]
feet with calluses, fig. a long and hard march趼足 [jian3 zu2]
firm, firmly, hard, stable坚固 [jian1 gu4]
firm, firmly, hard, stable堅固 [jian1 gu4]
flexible (not rigid), spongey, soft or runny (not set hard), loose (soil)松软 [song1 ruan3]
flexible (not rigid), spongey, soft or runny (not set hard), loose (soil)鬆軟 [song1 ruan3]
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. For more information about the authors see Credits.

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Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped. Look at the list: Available language pairs. EUdict is online since May 9, 2005 and English<>Croatian dictionary on tkuzmic.com since June 16, 2003.

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