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be deeply concerned, be troubled (by)关切 [guan1 qie4]
be deeply concerned, be troubled (by)關切 [guan1 qie4]
(set phrase) to prostrate oneself on the ground (in admiration), to deeply admire五体投地 [wu3 ti3 tou2 di4]
(set phrase) to prostrate oneself on the ground (in admiration), to deeply admire五體投地 [wu3 ti3 tou2 di4]
be in love with, feel deeply attached to愛戀 [ai4 lian4]
be in love with, feel deeply attached to爱恋 [ai4 lian4]
bitter, painful, deeply distressed惨痛 [can3 tong4]
bitter, painful, deeply distressed慘痛 [can3 tong4]
Chinese phonetics (concerned also with rhyme in poetry)音韵学 [yin1 yun4 xue2]
Chinese phonetics (concerned also with rhyme in poetry)音韻學 [yin1 yun4 xue2]
concerned挂念 [gua4 nian4]
concerned掛念 [gua4 nian4]
confused, troubled愦 [kui4]
confused, troubled憒 [kui4]
deeply在深处 [zai4 shen1 chu4]
deeply在深處 [zai4 shen1 chu4]
deeply felt but not mawkish哀而不伤 [ai1 er2 bu4 shang1]
deeply felt but not mawkish哀而不傷 [ai1 er2 bu4 shang1]
deeply felt, heartfelt, sincere, honest深切 [shen1 qie4]
deeply grateful感恩戴德 [gan3 en1 dai4 de2]
deeply ingrained, steeped in习以成性 [xi2 yi3 cheng2 xing4]
deeply ingrained, steeped in習以成性 [xi2 yi3 cheng2 xing4]
deeply worried, to feel anxious牵肠挂肚 [qian1 chang2 gua4 du4]
deeply worried, to feel anxious牽腸掛肚 [qian1 chang2 gua4 du4]
feel deeply深感 [shen1 gan3]
Gestalt psychology (concerned with treating a subject as a coherent whole)完形心理学 [wan2 xing2 xin1 li3 xue2]
Gestalt psychology (concerned with treating a subject as a coherent whole)完形心理學 [wan2 xing2 xin1 li3 xue2]
have unfounded doubts, over concerned心眼多 [xin1 yan3 duo1]
heart-rending (drama, music, poem etc), deeply moving荡气回肠 [dang4 qi4 hui2 chang2]
heart-rending (drama, music, poem etc), deeply moving蕩氣回腸 [dang4 qi4 hui2 chang2]
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