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Results for: [she4 jiao1] (social) interactionTranslations: 1 - 30 of 108
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(abbr.) humanities and social sciences人文社科 [ren2 wen2 she4 ke1]
(Chinese) Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)社科院 [she4 ke1 yuan4]
(saying) social position and economic status be in harmony門當戶對 [men2 dang1 hu4 dui4]
(saying) social position and economic status be in harmony门当户对 [men2 dang1 hu4 dui4]
(social or political) unrest, turmoil, upheaval, commotion动荡 [dong4 dang4]
(social or political) unrest, turmoil, upheaval, commotion動盪 [dong4 dang4]
(social or political) unrest, turmoil, upheaval, commotion, also written 動盪|动荡动荡 [dong4 dang4]
(social or political) unrest, turmoil, upheaval, commotion, also written 動盪|动荡動蕩 [dong4 dang4]
(social) class阶级 [jie1 ji2]
(social) class階級 [jie1 ji2]
(social) interaction社交 [she4 jiao1]
a social club俱 [ju4]
all walks of life, all social circles各界 [ge4 jie4]
bakelite (early plastic), also written jiao1 mu4 膠木|胶木电木 [dian4 mu4]
bakelite (early plastic), also written jiao1 mu4 膠木|胶木電木 [dian4 mu4]
be smooth and slick (in establishing social relations)八面玲珑 [ba1 mian4 ling2 long2]
be smooth and slick (in establishing social relations)八面玲瓏 [ba1 mian4 ling2 long2]
blood is thicker than water, fig. family ties are closer that social relations血浓于水 [xue4 nong2 yu2 shui3]
blood is thicker than water, fig. family ties are closer that social relations血濃於水 [xue4 nong2 yu2 shui3]
caseworker, social worker社会工作者 [she4 hui4 gong1 zuo4 zhe3]
caseworker, social worker社會工作者 [she4 hui4 gong1 zuo4 zhe3]
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)中国社会科学院 [zhong1 guo2 she4 hui4 ke1 xue2 yuan4]
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)中國社會科學院 [zhong1 guo2 she4 hui4 ke1 xue2 yuan4]
communication, social intercourse交际 [jiao1 ji4]
communication, social intercourse交際 [jiao1 ji4]
community, social grouping社群 [she4 qun2]
equal to, having the same social class or status同等 [tong2 deng3]
favorable geographical and social conditions; good location and the people satisfied地利人和 [di4 li4 ren2 he2]
human search, human powered search (involving many internet users, for social pressure etc)人肉搜索 [ren2 rou4 sou1 suo3]
humanities and social sciences人文社会学科 [ren2 wen2 she4 hui4 xue2 ke1]
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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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