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Results for: to feel, to sense, to have the feeling that, think that, to move, to affectTranslations 1 - 30 of 423
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to feel, to sense, to have the feeling that, think that, to move, to affect感到 [gan3 dao4]
(a feeling of) shame羞恥 [xiu1 chi3]
(a feeling of) shame羞耻 [xiu1 chi3]
(a sense of) uncertainty, to feel unsure about sth, unconvincing, to puzzle over疑惑 [yi2 huo4]
(feel a sense of) pride, to be proud of sth (in a good way)自豪 [zi4 hao2]
(feel) anxiety, concern懮慮 [you1 lu:4]
(feel) anxiety, concern懮虑 [you1 lu:4]
(feeling of) resentment, (longstanding) grudge恩怨 [en1 yuan4]
(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]
(phr) look and sigh, (phr) feel helpless; not know what to do望而兴叹 [wang4 er2 xing1 tan4]
(phr) look and sigh, (phr) feel helpless; not know what to do望而興嘆 [wang4 er2 xing1 tan4]
(saying) to have no emotion or sense of justice无情无义 [wu2 qing2 wu2 yi4]
(saying) to have no emotion or sense of justice無情無義 [wu2 qing2 wu2 yi4]
a feel for language, instinctive undertanding語感 [yu3 gan3]
a feel for language, instinctive undertanding语感 [yu3 gan3]
a guilty conscience, to feel a twinge of guilt內疚 [nei4 jiu4]
a guilty conscience, to feel a twinge of guilt内疚 [nei4 jiu4]
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]
act, action, activity, move, movement举动 [ju3 dong4]
act, action, activity, move, movement舉動 [ju3 dong4]
an influence, to influence, to affect (usually adversely), to disturb影响 [ying3 xiang3]
an influence, to influence, to affect (usually adversely), to disturb影響 [ying3 xiang3]
annoyed, pointless; asinine, feel vexed, be annoyed, screw up, good-for-nothing, (corruption of 无能, c.f.)窝囊 [wo1 nang5]
annoyed, pointless; asinine, feel vexed, be annoyed, screw up, good-for-nothing, (corruption of 无能, c.f.)窩囊 [wo1 nang5]
antithesis (two lines of poetry matching in sense and sound), to fight, to wage war对仗 [dui4 zhang4]
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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.

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