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Results for: [tong2] copper Cu, transition metal, atomic number 29Translations 1 - 30 of 524
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(ancient weight), metal ring鐶 [huan2]
(arch.) metal horn attached as shield to horse or to the axle of a chariot方釳 [fang1 xi4]
(arch.) metal horn attached as shield to horse or to the axle of a chariot釳 [xi4]
(grammar) number plus classifier, household (in census)名数 [ming2 shu4]
(grammar) number plus classifier, household (in census)名數 [ming2 shu4]
(math.) (number of) degrees of freedom, variance自由度 [zi4 you2 du4]
(math.) a number field数域 [shu4 yu4]
(math.) a number field數域 [shu4 yu4]
(math.) number theory数论 [shu4 lun4]
(math.) number theory數論 [shu4 lun4]
(metal)錀 [lun2]
(prefix indicating ordinal number, e.g. first, number two etc)第 [di4]
a binomial coefficient (math.), the number of combinations二項式係數 [er4 xiang4 shi4 xi4 shu4]
a binomial coefficient (math.), the number of combinations二项式系数 [er4 xiang4 shi4 xi4 shu4]
a certain number or amount of若干 [ruo4 gan1]
a champion, to be number one (best or worst)榜首 [bang3 shou3]
a file (tool for shaping metal), to file銼 [cuo4]
a file (tool for shaping metal), to file锉 [cuo4]
a forced draft (of wind, for smelting metal), blast (in blast furnace), bellows, to draw air using bellows鼓風 [gu3 feng1]
a forced draft (of wind, for smelting metal), blast (in blast furnace), bellows, to draw air using bellows鼓风 [gu3 feng1]
a form of metal plating鎦金 [liu2 jin1]
a form of metal plating镏金 [liu2 jin1]
a furnace for smelting metal冶炼炉 [ye3 lian4 lu2]
a furnace for smelting metal冶煉爐 [ye3 lian4 lu2]
a large number大数 [da4 shu4]
a large number大數 [da4 shu4]
a metal saw鋼鋸 [gang1 ju4]
a metal saw钢锯 [gang1 ju4]
a negative number負數 [fu4 shu4]
a negative number负数 [fu4 shu4]
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