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Results for: move the mouth as in speaking Translations: 1 – 30 / 282 English Chinese move the mouth as in speaking 嗫 [nie4] move the mouth as in speaking 囁 [nie4] (one step) further, to move forward a single step, further (onwards) 进一步 [jin4 yi1 bu4] (one step) further, to move forward a single step, further (onwards) 進一步 [jin4 yi1 bu4] a mouth or opening 谽 [han1] a move (in chess) 走子 [zou3 zi3] a move, an action, in one move, at a stroke, in one go 一举 [yi1 ju3] a move, an action, in one move, at a stroke, in one go 一舉 [yi1 ju3] a pond, pool, wash, squander, sweep away, move, shake, dissolute 荡 [dang4] a pond, pool, wash, squander, sweep away, move, shake, dissolute 蕩 [dang4] a sound, to put in the mouth 唅 [han1] a wry mouth 喎 [wai1] act, action, activity, move, movement 举动 [ju3 dong4] act, action, activity, move, movement 舉動 [ju3 dong4] all speaking together, in chorus 齊聲 [qi2 sheng1] all speaking together, in chorus 齐声 [qi2 sheng1] ancient bronze food vessel with a round mouth and two or four handles, round basket of bamboo 簋 [gui3] at once, then, right away, only, (emphasis), to approach, to move towards, to undertake, already 就 [jiu4] be in motion, to move, to run 运行 [yun4 xing2] be in motion, to move, to run 運行 [yun4 xing2] bloody mouth (from devouring freshly killed prey) 血口 [xue4 kou3] clumsy in speaking, awkward, inarticulate, 笨嘴笨舌 [ben4 zui3 ben4 she2] comparatively speaking 比較而言 [bi3 jiao4 er2 yan2] comparatively speaking 比较而言 [bi3 jiao4 er2 yan2] da! (sound used to move animals along) 咑 [da1] draw back corners of mouth 咧 [lie3] earthen jar with small mouth 甖 [ying1] earthen jar with small mouth 罂 [ying1] earthen jar with small mouth 罌 [ying1] estuary, the mouth of a river 河口 [he2 kou3]
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