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fall in ruins, soft隤 [tui2]
(of a plot etc) to fall through and stand exposed敗露 [bai4 lu4]
(of a plot etc) to fall through and stand exposed败露 [bai4 lu4]
(phr) in a soft voice細聲細氣 [xi4 sheng1 xi4 qi4]
(phr) in a soft voice细声细气 [xi4 sheng1 xi4 qi4]
abbr. for Sichuan 四川 province in southwest China, one of the Three Kingdoms after the fall of the Han dynasty蜀 [shu3]
ailment, sickness, illness, disease, fall ill, sick, defect病 [bing4]
alight, to fall, to drop (behind)落 [luo4]
audiovisual, AV, sometimes refers to soft porn音像 [yin1 xiang4]
autumn, fall semester秋季 [qiu1 ji4]
autumn, fall, harvest time, a swing, surname Qiu秋 [qiu1]
become sick, fall ill患病 [huan4 bing4]
bruising (damage to soft fruit etc)碰损 [peng4 sun3]
bruising (damage to soft fruit etc)碰損 [peng4 sun3]
Camembert (soft, creamy French cheese)卡門柏乳酪 [Ka3 men2 bo2 ru3 lao4]
Camembert (soft, creamy French cheese)卡门柏乳酪 [Ka3 men2 bo2 ru3 lao4]
caught in (a bad situation), fall into (a trap etc)陷于 [xian4 yu2]
caught in (a bad situation), fall into (a trap etc)陷於 [xian4 yu2]
collapse, crumble, fall apart崩溃 [beng1 kui4]
collapse, crumble, fall apart崩潰 [beng1 kui4]
comfort, soft and fragrant, warm温馨 [wen1 xin1]
comfort, soft and fragrant, warm溫馨 [wen1 xin1]
complacency leads to loss, modesty brings profit, pride comes before a fall满招损,谦受益 [man3 zhao1 sun3 , qian1 shou4 yi4]
complacency leads to loss, modesty brings profit, pride comes before a fall滿招損,謙受益 [man3 zhao1 sun3 , qian1 shou4 yi4]
crisp (cakes etc), flaky, brittle, butter, soft, silky, limp酥 [su1]
decline, fall, drop, falter衰退 [shuai1 tui4]
degenerate, fall堕 [duo4]
degenerate, fall墮 [duo4]
dodge a pit only to fall into a well, out of the frying pan into the fire避坑落井 [bi4 keng1 luo4 jing3]
down (soft feathers)羽絨 [yu3 rong2]
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