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Results for: not long (after), before too long, soon, soon afterTranslations 1 - 30 of 346
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not long (after), before too long, soon, soon after不久 [bu4 jiu3]
(coll.) all day long, all the time成天 [cheng2 tian1]
(for a) long time長久 [chang2 jiu3]
(for a) long time长久 [chang2 jiu3]
(long) life壽 [shou4]
(long) life寿 [shou4]
(long) time, (long) duration of time久 [jiu3]
(proverb) a long illness makes the patient into a doctor久病成医 [jiu3 bing4 cheng2 yi1]
(proverb) a long illness makes the patient into a doctor久病成醫 [jiu3 bing4 cheng2 yi1]
(set phrase) to stand tall and see far, to show great foresight, to take a long term and broad view高瞻远瞩 [gao1 zhan1 yuan3 zhu3]
(set phrase) to stand tall and see far, to show great foresight, to take a long term and broad view高瞻遠矚 [gao1 zhan1 yuan3 zhu3]
a heavy load and a long road, fig. to bear heavy responsibilities through a long struggle (cf Confucian Analects, 8.7)任重道远 [ren4 zhong4 dao4 yuan3]
a heavy load and a long road, fig. to bear heavy responsibilities through a long struggle (cf Confucian Analects, 8.7)任重道遠 [ren4 zhong4 dao4 yuan3]
a long journey, far from home远行 [yuan3 xing2]
a long journey, far from home遠行 [yuan3 xing2]
a long narrow vessel with two masts艜 [dai4]
a long period of separation久別 [jiu3 bie2]
a long period of separation久别 [jiu3 bie2]
a long talk長談 [chang2 tan2]
a long talk长谈 [chang2 tan2]
a long term plan, an ambitious strategy远谋 [yuan3 mou2]
a long term plan, an ambitious strategy遠謀 [yuan3 mou2]
a long time久長 [jiu3 chang2]
a long time久长 [jiu3 chang2]
a long time ago老早 [lao3 zao3]
a long-cherished ambition is realized夙愿以偿 [su4 yuan4 yi3 chang2]
a long-cherished ambition is realized夙願以償 [su4 yuan4 yi3 chang2]
a wrong repeated becomes right; a lie or an error passed on for a long time may be taken for the truth积非成是 [ji1 fei1 cheng2 shi4]
a wrong repeated becomes right; a lie or an error passed on for a long time may be taken for the truth積非成是 [ji1 fei1 cheng2 shi4]
all day long終日 [zhong1 ri4]
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About EUdict

EUdict is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in the European Community. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. For more information about the authors see Credits.

Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 250,000. There are 408 language pairs and over 11.2 million translations in total. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped. Look at the list of available language pairs. EUdict is online since May 9, 2005 and English<>Croatian dictionary on tkuzmic.com since June 16, 2003.

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