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Results for: condolence moneyTranslations 1 - 30 of 263
 English Chinese
(water-beetle), money蚨 [fu2]
a condolence visit吊孝 [diao4 xiao4]
a condolence visit弔孝 [diao4 xiao4]
a gift of money to the family of the deceased奠仪 [dian4 yi2]
a gift of money to the family of the deceased奠儀 [dian4 yi2]
a loss, to lose money折本 [she2 ben3]
a loss, to lose money折钱 [she2 qian2]
a retained portion (of a sum of money), to hold back a percentage (of the takings)留成 [liu2 cheng2]
a retained portion (of a sum of money), to hold back a percentage (of the takings)留成儿 [liu2 cheng2 r5]
a retained portion (of a sum of money), to hold back a percentage (of the takings)留成兒 [liu2 cheng2 r5]
amount, sum of money, fixed number数额 [shu4 e2]
amount, sum of money, fixed number數額 [shu4 e2]
an initial payment, earnest money, deposit訂金 [ding4 jin1]
an initial payment, earnest money, deposit订金 [ding4 jin1]
ancient unit of weight, money鍰 [huan2]
ancient unit of weight, money锾 [huan2]
angle, horn, horn-shaped, unit of money equal to 0.1 yuan角 [jiao3]
appropriate sum of money拨付 [bo1 fu4]
appropriate sum of money撥付 [bo1 fu4]
beg (for food or money)要飯 [yao4 fan4]
beg (for food or money)要饭 [yao4 fan4]
bill of warrant (certificate, allowing one to collect money or valuables)凭单 [ping2 dan1]
bill of warrant (certificate, allowing one to collect money or valuables)憑單 [ping2 dan1]
bleeding, hemorrhage, fig. spending money出血 [chu1 xue4]
cast metals, to coin (money)鑄 [zhu4]
cast metals, to coin (money)铸 [zhu4]
change (of money), small change, pocket money零錢 [ling2 qian2]
change (of money), small change, pocket money零钱 [ling2 qian2]
coin, money, surname Qian錢 [qian2]
coin, money, surname Qian钱 [qian2]
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