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(idiom) unable to solve; no way to escape a problem沒轍 [mei2 zhe2]
(idiom) unable to solve; no way to escape a problem没辙 [mei2 zhe2]
cello, violoncello大提琴 [da4 ti2 qin2]
lit. to prescribe the right medicine for an illness; fig. to study a problem to find the right way to solve it, to take appropriate steps对症下药 [dui4 zheng4 xia4 yao4]
lit. to prescribe the right medicine for an illness; fig. to study a problem to find the right way to solve it, to take appropriate steps对症发药 [dui4 zheng4 fa1 yao4]
lit. to prescribe the right medicine for an illness; fig. to study a problem to find the right way to solve it, to take appropriate steps對症下藥 [dui4 zheng4 xia4 yao4]
lit. to prescribe the right medicine for an illness; fig. to study a problem to find the right way to solve it, to take appropriate steps對症發藥 [dui4 zheng4 fa1 yao4]
lit. to unbutton; fig. to solve a dispute解扣 [jie3 kou4]
lit. to unbutton; fig. to solve a dispute解釦 [jie3 kou4]
prescription, cooking recipe, formulation, completing the square (to solve quadratic equation, math)配方 [pei4 fang1]
solve one problem only to find another cropping up按下葫芦浮起瓢 [an4 xia4 hu2 lu2 fu2 qi3 piao2]
solve one problem only to find another cropping up按下葫蘆浮起瓢 [an4 xia4 hu2 lu2 fu2 qi3 piao2]
to amass, to accumulate, to store, measured quantity (such as area of volume), product (the result of multiplication), to integrate (math.), to solve (or integrate) an ordinary differential equation (math.), old, long-standing积 [ji1]
to amass, to accumulate, to store, measured quantity (such as area of volume), product (the result of multiplication), to integrate (math.), to solve (or integrate) an ordinary differential equation (math.), old, long-standing積 [ji1]
to analyze and solve, to sack, to exorcise破解 [po4 jie3]
to divide, to break up, to split, to separate, to dissolve, to solve, to melt, to remove, to untie, to loosen, to open, to emancipate, to explain, to understand, to know, a solution, a dissection解 [jie3]
to investigate (as detective), to solve (crime), to uncover (a plot), to sniff out, to break in and analyze, detective work, to scout侦破 [zhen1 po4]
to investigate (as detective), to solve (crime), to uncover (a plot), to sniff out, to break in and analyze, detective work, to scout偵破 [zhen1 po4]
to relieve oneself (i.e. use the toilet), to solve解手 [jie3 shou3]
to remove perils and solve disputes; to reconcile differences排难解纷 [pai2 nan4 jie3 fen1]
to remove perils and solve disputes; to reconcile differences排難解紛 [pai2 nan4 jie3 fen1]
to require a solution, to seek to solve (an equation)求解 [qiu2 jie3]
to settle (a dispute), to resolve, to solve解决 [jie3 jue2]
to settle (a dispute), to resolve, to solve解決 [jie3 jue2]
to solve the riddle解謎 [jie3 mi2]
to solve the riddle解谜 [jie3 mi2]
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About EUdict

EUdict is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in the European Community. 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.

Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 250,000. There are 408 language pairs and over 11.2 million translations in total. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped. Look at the list of 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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