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to admire, to express admiration叹赏 [tan4 shang3]
to admire, to express admiration嘆賞 [tan4 shang3]
(express) thanks, gratitude, grateful, thankful, thanks感謝 [gan3 xie4]
(express) thanks, gratitude, grateful, thankful, thanks感谢 [gan3 xie4]
(set phrase) express in words (not in action), a frequent saying挂在嘴上 [gua4 zai5 zui3 shang5]
(set phrase) express in words (not in action), a frequent saying掛在嘴上 [gua4 zai5 zui3 shang5]
(set phrase) to prostrate oneself on the ground (in admiration), to deeply admire五体投地 [wu3 ti3 tou2 di4]
(set phrase) to prostrate oneself on the ground (in admiration), to deeply admire五體投地 [wu3 ti3 tou2 di4]
(to gasp) with admiration叹服 [tan4 fu2]
(to gasp) with admiration嘆服 [tan4 fu2]
admire佩服 [pei4 fu2]
admire慕 [mu4]
admire敬服 [jing4 fu2]
admire, applause, praise, to eulogize讚美 [zan4 mei3]
admire, applause, praise, to eulogize赞美 [zan4 mei3]
adore, admire愛慕 [ai4 mu4]
adore, admire爱慕 [ai4 mu4]
American Express Co. (AmEx)美国运通 [Mei3 guo2 yun4 tong1]
American Express Co. (AmEx)美國運通 [Mei3 guo2 yun4 tong1]
an express train sets off, fig. to work in haste, to rush开快车 [kai1 kuai4 che1]
an express train sets off, fig. to work in haste, to rush開快車 [kai1 kuai4 che1]
an interjection, to express doubt or to question, to show realization, to stress啊 [a2]
an interjection, to express realization or agreement (yes, oh, right etc)唉 [ai1]
Beijing and Shanghai express rail link (projected), abbr. for 京滬高速鐵路|京沪高速铁路京沪高铁 [Jing1 Hu4 gao1 tie3]
Beijing and Shanghai express rail link (projected), abbr. for 京滬高速鐵路|京沪高速铁路京滬高鐵 [Jing1 Hu4 gao1 tie3]
convinced, to admire from the heart, enchanted心折 [xin1 zhe2]
convinced, to admire from the heart, enchanted心摺 [xin1 zhe2]
Daily Express (newspaper)每日快報 [Mei3 ri4 Kuai4 bao4]
Daily Express (newspaper)每日快报 [Mei3 ri4 Kuai4 bao4]
decline to comment, not express an opinion, be noncommittal, hedge不置可否 [bu4 zhi4 ke3 fou3]
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