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Talking Chinese English Dictionary

Talking Chinese<->English dictionary with pinyin, English definition, pronunciation, variants, stroke animation, stroke order image, and sample sentences.
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1偶然 ǒu ránou3 ran2incidentally; occasional; occasionally; by chance; randomly
2偶然性 ǒu rán xìngou3 ran2 xing4chance; fortuity; serendipity
3偶尔 偶爾 ǒu ěrou3 er3occasionally; once in a while; sometimes
4 ǒuou3accidental; image; pair; mate
5偶像 ǒu xiàngou3 xiang4idol
6偶而 ǒu érou3 er2occasionally; once in a while
7偶犯 ǒu fànou3 fan4casual offender; casual offense
8偶函数 偶函數 ǒu hán shùou3 han2 shu4even function (math.)
9偶合 ǒu ou3 he2coincidence
10偶极 偶極 ǒu ou3 ji2dipole (e.g. magnetic dipole)
11偶见 偶見 ǒu jiànou3 jian4to happen upon; to see incidentally; occasional; accidental
12偶联反应 偶聯反應 ǒu lián fǎn yìngou3 lian2 fan3 ying4chain reaction (chemistry)
13偶然事件 ǒu rán shì jiànou3 ran2 shi4 jian4random accident; chance event
14偶人 ǒu rénou3 ren2idol (i.e. statue for worship)
15偶数 偶數 ǒu shùou3 shu4even number
16偶蹄 ǒu ou3 ti2artiodactyl (zoology)
17偶蹄类 偶蹄類 ǒu lèiou3 ti2 lei4Artiodactyla (even-toed ungulates, such as pigs, cows, giraffes etc)
18偶蹄目 ǒu ou3 ti2 mu4Artiodactyla (even-toed ungulates, such as pigs, cows, giraffes etc)
19偶像剧 偶像劇 ǒu xiàng ou3 xiang4 ju4idol drama; drama series in which the actors are chosen for their preexisting popularity with young viewers
20偶一 ǒu ou3 yi1accidentally; once in a while; very occasionally
21偶一不慎 ǒu shènou3 yi1 bu4 shen4once careless (idiom)
22偶一为之 偶一為之 ǒu wéi zhīou3 yi1 wei2 zhi1to do sth once in a while (idiom); to do sth more as an exception than the rule
23偶语弃市 偶語棄市 ǒu shìou3 yu3 qi4 shi4chance remarks can lead to public execution (idiom)
24偶遇 ǒu ou3 yu4a chance encounter; to meet accidentally

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