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a sandbank, a sand bar沙坝 [sha1 ba4]
a sandbank, a sand bar沙壩 [sha1 ba4]
a sandbank, a sand bar沙洲 [sha1 zhou1]
accumulates slowly, cumulative (e.g. poison)慢累积 [man4 lei3 ji1]
accumulates slowly, cumulative (e.g. poison)慢累積 [man4 lei3 ji1]
chick, newly hatched chicken雏鸡 [chu2 ji1]
chick, newly hatched chicken雛雞 [chu2 ji1]
cumulative dose累积剂量 [lei4 ji1 ji4 liang2]
cumulative dose累積劑量 [lei4 ji1 ji4 liang2]
cumulative weakness, to decline (over time), degeneration积弱 [ji1 ruo4]
cumulative weakness, to decline (over time), degeneration積弱 [ji1 ruo4]
new age person, new type of person, newly-wed, esp. new bride, bride and groom新人 [xin1 ren2]
new company, newly established enterprise初创公司 [chu1 chu4 gong1 si1]
new company, newly established enterprise初創公司 [chu1 chu4 gong1 si1]
new, newly, abbr. for Xinjiang 新疆, meso- (chem.)新 [xin1]
new, up and coming, newly developing, rising新兴 [xin1 xing1]
new, up and coming, newly developing, rising新興 [xin1 xing1]
newly新近 [xin1 jin4]
newly born新出生 [xin1 chu1 sheng1]
newly elected新选 [xin1 xuan3]
newly elected新選 [xin1 xuan3]
newly enlisted officer student, cadet入伍生 [ru4 wu3 sheng1]
newly hatched bird, fig. inexperienced person, fig. chick (slighting term for young woman), bimbo雏儿 [chu2 er2]
newly hatched bird, fig. inexperienced person, fig. chick (slighting term for young woman), bimbo雛兒 [chu2 er2]
newly made新造 [xin1 zao4]
newly wed新婚 [xin1 hun1]
newly-appointed, newly elected, new (in a political office)新任 [xin1 ren4]
off-road vehicle, all terrain vehicle, sport utility vehicle越野車 [yue4 ye3 che1]
off-road vehicle, all terrain vehicle, sport utility vehicle越野车 [yue4 ye3 che1]
public utility, state-run enterprise, public foundation or enterprise, often charitable公共事业 [gong1 gong4 shi4 ye4]
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