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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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IDChineseTrad.PinyinPlainPYEnglish Definition
IDChineseTrad.PinyinPlainPYEnglish Definition
1 chēngcheng1to support; to prop up; to push or move with a pole; to maintain; to open or unfurl; to fill to bursting point; brace; stay; support
2支撑 支撐 zhī chēngzhi1 cheng1to prop up; to support; strut; brace
3撑场面 撐場面 chēng chǎng miàncheng1 chang3 mian4to keep up appearances; to put up a front
4撑持 撐持 chēng chícheng1 chi2(fig.) to sustain; to shore up
5撑杆 撐杆 chēng gāncheng1 gan1a pole; a prop
6撑杆跳 撐桿跳 chēng gān tiàocheng1 gan1 tiao4pole-vaulting; also written 撑杆跳 ; pole-vaulting
7撑杆跳高 撐桿跳高 chēng gān tiào gāocheng1 gan1 tiao4 gao1pole vault; also written 撑杆跳高 ; pole-vaulting
8撑拒 撐拒 chēng cheng1 ju4to resist; to struggle; to sustain
9撑门面 撐門面 chēng mén miàncheng1 men2 mian4to keep up appearances; to put up a front
10撑破 撐破 chēng cheng1 po4to burst
11撑死 撐死 chēng cheng1 si3full to the point of bursting; (coll.) at most
12撑死胆大的,饿死胆小的 撐死膽大的,餓死膽小的 chēng dǎn de , è dǎn xiǎo decheng1 si3 dan3 da4 de5 , e4 si3 dan3 xiao3 de5fullness for the bold, famine for the timid (idiom)
13撑腰 撐腰 chēng yāocheng1 yao1to support; to brace
14吃饱撑着 吃飽撐著 chī bǎo chēng zhechi1 bao3 cheng1 zhe5having nothing better to do
15吃饱了饭撑的 吃飽了飯撐的 chī bǎo le fàn chēng dechi1 bao3 le5 fan4 cheng1 de5having nothing better to do; see 吃饱撑着
16俯卧撑 俯臥撐 chēngfu3 wo4 cheng1press-up (physical exercise); push-up
17磨撑时间 磨撐時間 chēng shí jiānmo2 cheng1 shi2 jian1to stall for time (idiom)
18平板支撑 平板支撐 píng bǎn zhī chēngping2 ban3 zhi1 cheng1plank (exercise)
19四肢支撑式 四肢支撐式 zhī zhī chēng shìsi4 zhi1 zhi1 cheng1 shi4low plank (yoga pose)
20硬撑 硬撐 yìng chēngying4 cheng1to make oneself do sth in spite of adversity, pain etc
21支撑架 支撐架 zhī chēng jiàzhi1 cheng1 jia4bracket

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