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Results for: to make noodles by pulling out doughTranslations 1 - 30 of 630
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(colloquial) to make love嘿咻 [hei1 xiu1]
(dough etc) wrapper, cover皮儿 [pi2 er5]
(dough etc) wrapper, cover皮兒 [pi2 er5]
(make a) bet, wager打賭 [da3 du3]
(make a) bet, wager打赌 [da3 du3]
(make a) concession, to give in, to yield讓步 [rang4 bu4]
(make a) concession, to give in, to yield让步 [rang4 bu4]
(make a) list开列 [kai1 lie4]
(make a) list開列 [kai1 lie4]
(make a) list, enumerate列举 [lie4 ju3]
(make a) list, enumerate列舉 [lie4 ju3]
(make an) exception例外 [li4 wai4]
(make use of) military force, military force, military power, military might武力 [wu3 li4]
(make) arrangements事宜 [shi4 yi2]
(of actors) to make up, to disguise oneself化装 [hua4 zhuang1]
(of actors) to make up, to disguise oneself化裝 [hua4 zhuang1]
(saying) the gains do not make up for the losses得不偿失 [de2 bu4 chang2 shi1]
(saying) the gains do not make up for the losses得不償失 [de2 bu4 chang2 shi1]
(saying) to make progress in a stepwise manner循序渐进 [xun2 xu4 jian4 jin4]
(saying) to make progress in a stepwise manner循序漸進 [xun2 xu4 jian4 jin4]
(saying) work with a passion to make the nation strong发奋图强 [fa1 fen4 tu2 qiang2]
(saying) work with a passion to make the nation strong發奮圖強 [fa1 fen4 tu2 qiang2]
a make-or-break matter, a matter of life and death存亡攸关 [cun2 wang2 you1 guan1]
a make-or-break matter, a matter of life and death存亡攸關 [cun2 wang2 you1 guan1]
accord, make contact洽 [qia4]
banner, make manifest旌 [jing1]
be obstructed, be blocked up, be impassable, not make sense, be illogical, be ungrammatical不通 [bu4 tong1]
bean vermicelli, mung bean starch noodles, Chinese vermicelli, cellophane noodles, fans (loan), enthusiast for sb or sth粉丝 [fen3 si1]
bean vermicelli, mung bean starch noodles, Chinese vermicelli, cellophane noodles, fans (loan), enthusiast for sb or sth粉絲 [fen3 si1]
birthday noodles (for longevity)壽麵 [shou4 mian4]
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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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