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Results for: making one happy, gratifyingTranslations 1 - 30 of 156
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making one happy, gratifying可喜 [ke3 xi3]
(interj.), happy, sound of laughter咍 [hai1]
(saying) makes one happy and sad; emotionally moving可歌可泣 [ke3 ge1 ke3 qi4]
(set phrase) carefree and contended, fit and happy心宽体胖 [xin1 kuan1 ti3 pang4]
(set phrase) carefree and contended, fit and happy心寬體胖 [xin1 kuan1 ti3 pang4]
a second job, supplementary way of making a living兼營 [jian1 ying2]
a second job, supplementary way of making a living兼营 [jian1 ying2]
ancient city name, happy, surname Bing邴 [bing3]
blessed, happiness, happy幸福 [xing4 fu2]
Book of History, a compendium of documents in various styles, making up the oldest extant texts of Chinese history, from legendary times down to the times of Confucius尚书经 [shang4 shu1 jing1]
Book of History, a compendium of documents in various styles, making up the oldest extant texts of Chinese history, from legendary times down to the times of Confucius尚書經 [shang4 shu1 jing1]
Book of History, a compendium of documents in various styles, making up the oldest extant texts of Chinese history, from legendary times down to the times of Confucius, also called 尚書經|尚书经 or 尚書|尚书 or 書|书书经 [shu1 jing1]
Book of History, a compendium of documents in various styles, making up the oldest extant texts of Chinese history, from legendary times down to the times of Confucius, also called 尚書經|尚书经 or 尚書|尚书 or 書|书書經 [shu1 jing1]
by happy coincidence可巧 [ke3 qiao3]
cheerful, cheerily, delightful, pleasant, pleasantly, pleasing, happy, delighted愉快 [yu2 kuai4]
cheerful, happy快乐幸福 [kuai4 le4 xing4 fu2]
cheerful, happy快樂幸福 [kuai4 le4 xing4 fu2]
comfortable, happy舒心 [shu1 xin1]
components, individual parts making up a compound組分 [zu3 fen4]
components, individual parts making up a compound组分 [zu3 fen4]
congee, making a living餬 [hu2]
converter (rotary furnace in steel making)轉爐 [zhuan4 lu2]
converter (rotary furnace in steel making)转炉 [zhuan4 lu2]
cooked rice for making cake粿 [guo3]
delighted to (do sth, 成语 saw), perfectly happy to do, most willing to do心甘情愿 [xin1 gan1 qing2 yuan4]
delighted to (do sth, 成语 saw), perfectly happy to do, most willing to do心甘情願 [xin1 gan1 qing2 yuan4]
excellent, happy, well-being哿 [ge3]
first of 10 heavenly trunks 天干 and first of 12 earthly branches 地支, by ext., the 60 combinations 甲子, 乙丑, 丙寅 etc making up the year cycle, first year A1 of the 60 year cycle, e.g. 1984 or 2044甲子 [jia3 zi3]
furan (furfuran, used in making nylon)呋喃 [fu1 nan2]
gaiety, gladness, glee, merriment, pleasure, happy, joyous, gay欢乐 [huan1 le4]
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