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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IDChineseTrad.PinyinPlainPYEnglish Definition
IDChineseTrad.PinyinPlainPYEnglish Definition
1 niànnian4to read; to study (a subject); to attend (a school); to read aloud; to miss (sb); idea; remembrance; twenty (banker's anti-fraud numeral corresponding to 廿 , 20); variant of , to read aloud
2念头 念頭 niàn tounian4 tou5thought; idea; intention
3念书 念書 niàn shūnian4 shu1to read; to study
4念叨 niàn daonian4 dao5to talk about often; to reminisce about; to keep repeating; to keep harping on; to discuss
5念佛 niàn nian4 fo2to pray to Buddha; to chant the names of Buddha
6念经 念經 niàn jīngnian4 jing1to recite or chant Buddhist scripture
7念经问卜 念經問卜 niàn jīng wèn nian4 jing1 wen4 bu3to cast a horoscope and divine (idiom)
8念旧 念舊 niàn jiùnian4 jiu4to remember old friends; to cherish old friendships; for old time's sake
9念力 niàn nian4 li4psychokinesis; telekinesis
10念念不忘 niàn niàn wàngnian4 nian4 bu4 wang4to keep in mind constantly (idiom)
11念念有词 念念有詞 niàn niàn yǒu nian4 nian4 you3 ci2to mumble; to mutter to oneself
12念日 niàn nian4 ri4memorial day; commemoration day
13念诵 念誦 niàn sòngnian4 song4to read out; to recite; to remember sb (while talking about sth else)
14念学位 念學位 niàn xué wèinian4 xue2 wei4to study for a degree; to take a degree course
15念咒 niàn zhòunian4 zhou4to chant a magic spell; to recite incantations
16念珠 niàn zhūnian4 zhu1prayer beads; rosary; rosary beads; Classifiers:
17念珠菌症 niàn zhū jūn zhèngnian4 zhu1 jun1 zheng4(medicine) candidiasis; thrush
18念兹在兹 念茲在茲 niàn zài nian4 zi1 zai4 zi1see 念念不忘

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