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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 yùnyun4dizzy; halo; ring around moon or sun
2耳源性眩晕 耳源性眩暈 ěr yuán xìng xuàn yùner3 yuan2 xing4 xuan4 yun4aural vertigo
3光晕 光暈 guāng yùnguang1 yun4halo; (photography) halation
4红晕 紅暈 hóng yùnhong2 yun4to blush; to flush red
5日月晕 日月暈 yuè yùnri4 yue4 yun4halo; ring of light around the sun or moon
6日晕主雨 日暈主雨 yùn zhǔ ri4 yun4 zhu3 yu3A solar halo announces rain. (idiom)
7乳晕 乳暈 yùnru3 yun4mammary areola
8血晕 血暈 xiě yùnxie3 yun4fainting for loss of blood (esp. after childbirth)
9眩晕 眩暈 xuàn yùnxuan4 yun4vertigo; dizziness; fainting; feeling of swaying, head spinning, lack of balance or floating (e.g. from a stroke); Taiwan pr. xuan4 yun1
10血晕 血暈 xuè yùnxue4 yun4coma caused by loss of blood; fainting at the sight of blood; Taiwan pr. [xie3 yun1]
11眼晕 眼暈 yǎn yùnyan3 yun4to feel dizzy
12圆晕 圓暈 yuán yùnyuan2 yun4concentric circles; circular ripples
13月晕 月暈 yuè yùnyue4 yun4ring around the moon; lunar halo
14月晕主风 月暈主風 yuè yùn zhǔ fēngyue4 yun4 zhu3 feng1The haloed moon foretells a gale. (idiom)
15晕场 暈場 yùn chǎngyun4 chang3to faint from stress (during exam, on stage etc)
16晕车 暈車 yùn chēyun4 che1to be carsick
17晕池 暈池 yùn chíyun4 chi2to faint in the bathroom (from heat)
18晕船 暈船 yùn chuányun4 chuan2to become seasick
19晕高儿 暈高兒 yùn gāo ryun4 gao1 r5to feel giddy on heights; vertigo
20晕机 暈機 yùn yun4 ji1to become airsick
21晕染 暈染 yùn rǎnyun4 ran3to smudge (become smeared); to smudge (create a blurred effect); shading (wash painting technique)
22晕血 暈血 yùn xuèyun4 xue4to feel sick when seeing blood
23晕血症 暈血症 yùn xuè zhèngyun4 xue4 zheng4blood phobia
24晕针 暈針 yùn zhēnyun4 zhen1to faint during acupuncture or injection
25周围性眩晕 周圍性眩暈 zhōu wéi xìng xuàn yùnzhou1 wei2 xing4 xuan4 yun4peripheral vertigo

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