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1 niúNiu2ox; cow; bull; Classifiers: , ; newton (abbr. for 牛顿 ); (slang) awesome; surname Niu
2牛顿 牛頓 niú dùnniu2 dun4newton (SI unit of force)
3牛奶 niú nǎiniu2 nai3cow's milk; Classifiers:
4奶牛 nǎi niúnai3 niu2milk cow; dairy cow
5蜗牛 蝸牛 niúwo1 niu2snail; Taiwan pr. [gua1 niu2]
6牛肉 niú ròuniu2 rou4beef
7牛皮 niú niu2 pi2cowhide; leather; fig. flexible and tough; boasting; big talk
8黄牛 黃牛 huáng niúhuang2 niu2ox; cattle; scalper of tickets etc; to fail to show up; to break a promise
9水牛 shuǐ niúshui3 niu2water buffalo
10母牛 niúmu3 niu2cow
11牛不喝水强按头 牛不喝水強按頭 niú shuǐ qiǎng àn tóuniu2 bu4 he1 shui3 qiang3 an4 tou2lit. to try to make an ox drink by forcing its head down to the water (idiom); fig. to try to impose one's will on sb
12牛顿米 牛頓米 niú dùn niu2 dun4 mi3newton meter, unit of torque (symbol: N⋅m)
13牛津郡 niú jīn jùnNiu2 jin1 jun4Oxfordshire (English county)
14牛毛 niú máoniu2 mao2ox hair (used as a metaphor for sth very numerous or sth fine and delicate)
15艾萨克・牛顿 艾薩克・牛頓 ài · niú dùnAi4 sa4 ke4 · Niu2 dun4Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), British mathematician and physicist; Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), British mathematician and physicist
16安格斯牛 ān niúAn1 ge2 si1 niu2Angus, Scottish breed of beef cattle
17扒屋牵牛 扒屋牽牛 qiān niúba1 wu1 qian1 niu2to sack the home and lead off the cattle (proverb); to strip of everything
18鼻牛儿 鼻牛兒 niú rbi2 niu2 r5hardened mucus in nostrils
19比利牛斯 niú Bi3 li4 niu2 si1Pyrenees mountains
20比利牛斯山 niú shānBi3 li4 niu2 si1 shan1Pyrenees mountains
21不加牛奶 jiā niú nǎibu4 jia1 niu2 nai3without milk; black (of tea, coffee etc)
22菜牛 cài niúcai4 niu2beef cattle (grown for meat)
23丑牛 chǒu niúchou3 niu2Year 2, year of the Bull or Ox (e.g. 2009)
24初生牛犊不怕虎 初生牛犢不怕虎 chū shēng niú chu1 sheng1 niu2 du2 bu4 pa4 hu3lit. newborn calves do not fear tigers (idiom); fig. the young are fearless
25吹牛 chuī niúchui1 niu2to talk big; to shoot off one's mouth; to chat (dialect)
26吹牛拍马 吹牛拍馬 chuī niú pāi chui1 niu2 pai1 ma3to resort to bragging and flattering
27吹牛皮 chuī niú chui1 niu2 pi2to boast; to talk big
28椎牛宰马 椎牛宰馬 chuí niú zǎi chui2 niu2 zai3 ma3to slaughter cows and horses (idiom)
29纯牛奶 純牛奶 chún niú nǎichun2 niu2 nai3pure milk
30打翻了的牛奶而哭泣 fān le de niú nǎi ér da3 fan1 le5 de5 niu2 nai3 er2 ku1 qi4to weep over spilt milk
31大牛 niúda4 niu2(coll.) leading light; superstar; badass; (coll.) higher-priced model of Lamborghini
32带牛佩犊 帶牛佩犢 dài niú pèi dai4 niu2 pei4 du2to abandon armed struggle and return to raising cattle (idiom)
33当牛作马 當牛作馬 dāng niú zuò dang1 niu2 zuo4 ma3to work like a horse and toil like an ox; fig. to slave for sb
34地牛翻身 niú fān shēndi4 niu2 fan1 shen1(Tw) (coll.) earthquake (According to a folk tale, earthquakes are caused by the occasional movements of an ox that lives under the earth.)
35丁骨牛排 dīng niú páiding1 gu3 niu2 pai2T-bone steak
36顶牛儿 頂牛兒 dǐng niú rding3 niu2 r5to push with the forehead; to lock horns; to be at loggerheads
37斗牛 dǒu niúDou3 Niu2Big Dipper and Altair (astronomy)
38斗牛 鬥牛 dòu niúdou4 niu2bullfighting
39斗牛㹴 鬥牛㹴 dòu niú gěngdou4 niu2 geng3bull terrier; variant of 斗牛梗
40斗牛士 鬥牛士 dòu niú shìdou4 niu2 shi4matador; toreador; bullfighter
41斗牛士之歌 鬥牛士之歌 dòu niú shì zhī Dou4 niu2 shi4 zhi1 Ge1Toreador Song (Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre), famous aria from opera Carmen 卡门 by Georges Bizet
42对牛弹琴 對牛彈琴 duì niú tán qíndui4 niu2 tan2 qin2lit. to play the lute to a cow (idiom); fig. offering a treat to an unappreciative audience; to cast pearls before swine; caviar to the general; to preach to deaf ears; to talk over sb's head
43多如牛毛 duō niú máoduo1 ru2 niu2 mao2as numerous as the hairs of an ox (idiom); innumerable; countless
44返券黄牛 返券黃牛 fǎn quàn huáng niúfan3 quan4 huang2 niu2"shopping coupon scalper", sb who sells unwanted or returned shopping coupons to others for a profit
45放牛班 fàng niú bānfang4 niu2 ban1class of underachievers; dunces' class (Tw)
46菲力牛排 fēi niú páifei1 li4 niu2 pai2fillet steak
47非牛非马 非牛非馬 fēi niú fēi fei1 niu2 fei1 ma3neither fish nor fowl (idiom)
48风马牛不相及 風馬牛不相及 fēng niú xiāng feng1 ma3 niu2 bu4 xiang1 ji2to be completely unrelated to one another (idiom); irrelevant
49犎牛 fēng niúfeng1 niu2bison
50疯牛病 瘋牛病 fēng niú bìngfeng1 niu2 bing4mad cow disease (bovine spongiform encephalopathy)
51伏牛山 niú shānFu2 niu2 shan1Funiu mountain range in southwest Henan, an eastern extension of Qinling range 秦岭山脉 , Shaanxi
52割鸡焉用牛刀 割雞焉用牛刀 yān yòng niú dāoge1 ji1 yan1 yong4 niu2 dao1lit. why use a pole-ax to slaughter a chicken? (idiom); fig. to waste effort on a trifling matter; also written 杀鸡焉用牛刀
53公牛 gōng niúgong1 niu2bull
54海牛 hǎi niúhai3 niu2manatee
55汗牛充栋 汗牛充棟 hàn niú chōng dònghan4 niu2 chong1 dong4lit. enough books to make a pack-ox sweat or to fill a house to the rafters (idiom); fig. many books
56红牛 紅牛 hóng niúHong2 Niu2Red Bull (energy drink)
57红牛皮菜 紅牛皮菜 hóng niú càihong2 niu2 pi2 cai4chard (Beta vulgaris), a foliage beet
58呼牛呼马 呼牛呼馬 niú hu1 niu2 hu1 ma3to call sth a cow or a horse (idiom); it doesn't matter what you call it; Insult me if you want, I don't care what you call me.
59呼牛作马 呼牛作馬 niú zuò hu1 niu2 zuo4 ma3to call sth a cow or a horse (idiom); it doesn't matter what you call it; Insult me if you want, I don't care what you call me.
60黄牛票 黃牛票 huáng niú piàohuang2 niu2 piao4scalped tickets
61犍牛 jiān niújian1 niu2bullock
62煎牛扒 jiān niú jian1 niu2 ba1beef steak
63剑牛 劍牛 jiàn niújian4 niu2Oxbridge; Cambridge 劍橋 |剑桥 and Oxford 牛津 (universities)
64芥兰牛肉 芥蘭牛肉 jiè lán niú ròujie4 lan2 niu2 rou4beef with broccoli
65金牛 jīn niúJin1 niu2Taurus (star sign); Jinniu district of Chengdu city 成都市 , Sichuan
66金牛区 金牛區 jīn niú Jin1 niu2 qu1Jinniu district of Chengdu city 成都市 , Sichuan
67金牛座 jīn niú zuòJin1 niu2 zuo4Taurus (constellation and sign of the zodiac)
68九牛二虎之力 jiǔ niú èr zhī jiu3 niu2 er4 hu3 zhi1 li4tremendous strength (idiom)
69九牛一毛 jiǔ niú máojiu3 niu2 yi1 mao2lit. one hair from nine oxen (idiom); fig. a drop in the ocean
70狂牛病 kuáng niú bìngkuang2 niu2 bing4mad cow disease; bovine spongiform encephalopathy, BSE
71犪牛 kuí niúkui2 niu2ancient yak of southeast China, also known as
72老牛吃嫩草 lǎo niú chī nèn cǎolao3 niu2 chi1 nen4 cao3lit. an old cow eats young grass (idiom); fig. a May-December relationship; a romance where the man is significantly older than the woman
73老牛拉破车 老牛拉破車 lǎo niú chēlao3 niu2 la1 po4 che1see 老牛破车
74老牛破车 老牛破車 lǎo niú chēlao3 niu2 po4 che1lit. old ox pulling a shabby cart (idiom); fig. slow and inefficient
75老牛舐犊 老牛舐犢 lǎo niú shì lao3 niu2 shi4 du2lit. an old ox licking its calf (idiom); fig. (of parents) to dote on one's children
76羚牛 líng niúling2 niu2takin (type of goat-antelope)
77牤牛 māng niúmang1 niu2bull
78杧牛河 máng niú mang2 niu2 he2Mangniu River, a branch of Songhua River
79牻牛儿苗科 牻牛兒苗科 máng niú r miáo mang2 niu2 r5 miao2 ke1Geraniaceae (the geranium family)
80牦牛 氂牛 máo niúmao2 niu2yak (Bos grunniens)
81美味牛肝菌 měi wèi niú gān jùnmei3 wei4 niu2 gan1 jun4porcino (Boletus edulis)
82蒙牛 měng niúMeng3 niu2China Mengniu Dairy Company Limited
83牡牛 niúmu4 niu2bull
84目无全牛 目無全牛 quán niúmu4 wu2 quan2 niu2to see the ox already cut up into joints (idiom); extremely skilled; able to see through the problem at one glance
85奶牛场 奶牛場 nǎi niú chǎngnai3 niu2 chang3dairy farm
86泥牛入海 niú hǎini2 niu2 ru4 hai3lit. a clay ox enters the sea (idiom); fig. to disappear with no hope of returning
87牛百叶 牛百葉 niú bǎi niu2 bai3 ye4omasum; beef tripe
88牛蒡 niú bàngniu2 bang4burdock
89牛背鹭 牛背鷺 niú bèi niu2 bei4 lu4(bird species of China) eastern cattle egret (Bubulcus coromandus)
90牛B niú niu2 bi1variant of 牛屄 [niu2 bi1]; variant of 牛屄 ; variant of 牛屄 ; awesome; capable (vulgar); arrogant; cocky; bastard (vulgar); variant of 牛屄
91牛鼻子 niú ziNiu2 bi2 zi5key point; crux; (old) Daoist (facetious)
92牛鞭 niú biānniu2 bian1pizzle; bull's penis (served as food)
93牛脖子 niú ziniu2 bo2 zi5(coll.) bullheaded; obstinate
94牛刀小试 牛刀小試 niú dāo xiǎo shìniu2 dao1 xiao3 shi4see 小试牛刀
95牛痘 niú dòuniu2 dou4cowpox
96牛痘病 niú dòu bìngniu2 dou4 bing4cow pox
97牛犊 牛犢 niú niu2 du2calf
98牛顿力学 牛頓力學 niú dùn xuéNiu2 dun4 li4 xue2Newtonian mechanics
99牛轭 牛軛 niú èniu2 e4yoke
100牛肝菌 niú gān jùnniu2 gan1 jun4porcino (Boletus edulis)
101牛鬼蛇神 niú guǐ shé shénniu2 gui3 she2 shen2evil monsters; (fig.) bad characters; (political) bad elements
102牛海绵状脑病 牛海綿狀腦病 niú hǎi mián zhuàng nǎo bìngniu2 hai3 mian2 zhuang4 nao3 bing4bovine spongiform encephalopathy, BSE; mad cow disease
103牛黄 牛黃 niú huángniu2 huang2bezoar
104牛磺酸 niú huáng suānniu2 huang2 suan1taurine
105牛脊肉 niú ròuniu2 ji3 rou4sirloin (beef joint)
106牛骥同槽 牛驥同槽 niú tóng cáoniu2 ji4 tong2 cao2cow and famous steed at the same trough (idiom); fig. the common and the great are treated alike; also written 牛骥同皂
107牛骥同皂 牛驥同皂 niú tóng zàoniu2 ji4 tong2 zao4cow and famous steed at the same trough (idiom); fig. the common and the great are treated alike
108牛角 niú jiǎoniu2 jiao3cow horn
109牛角包 niú jiǎo bāoniu2 jiao3 bao1croissant
110牛角挂书 牛角掛書 niú jiǎo guà shūniu2 jiao3 gua4 shu1lit. to hang one's books on cow horns (idiom); fig. to be diligent in one's studies
111牛角椒 niú jiǎo jiāoniu2 jiao3 jiao1Cayenne pepper; red pepper; chili
112牛角面包 牛角麵包 niú jiǎo miàn bāoniu2 jiao3 mian4 bao1croissant
113牛津 niú jīnNiu2 jin1Oxford (city in England)
114牛筋草 niú jīn cǎoniu2 jin1 cao3wire grass (Eleusine indica)
115牛津大学 牛津大學 niú jīn xuéNiu2 jin1 Da4 xue2University of Oxford
116牛津群 niú jīn qúnniu2 jin1 qun2Oxfordshire (English county)
117牛栏 牛欄 niú lánniu2 lan2cattle pen
118牛郎 niú lángNiu2 lang2cowherd boy; (slang) male prostitute; Cowherd of the folk tale Cowherd and Weaving maid 牛郎织女 ; Altair (star)
119牛郎织女 牛郎織女 niú láng zhī niu2 lang2 zhi1 nu:3Cowherd and Weaving maid (characters in folk story); separated lovers; Altair and Vega (stars)
120牛脷酥 niú niu2 li4 su1ox tongue pastry, oval Guangdong pastry made of fried dough, resembling an ox tongue
121牛柳 niú liǔniu2 liu3(beef) tenderloin
122牛马 牛馬 niú niu2 ma3oxen and horses; beasts of burden; Classifiers:
123牛马生活 牛馬生活 niú shēng huóniu2 ma3 sheng1 huo2to live like beasts of burden (idiom)
124牛虻 niú méngniu2 meng2gadfly (Tabanus bovinus)
125牛米 niú niu2 mi3newton meter (Nm)
126牛魔王 niú wángNiu2 mo2 wang2Gyuumao
127牛腩 niú nǎnniu2 nan3brisket (esp. Cantonese); belly beef; spongy meat from cow's underside and neighboring ribs; erroneously translated as sirloin
128牛年 niú niánniu2 nian2Year of the Ox or Bull (e.g. 2009)
129牛年马月 牛年馬月 niú nián yuèniu2 nian2 ma3 yue4see 猴年马月
130牛排 niú páiniu2 pai2steak
131牛排餐厅 牛排餐廳 niú pái cān tīngniu2 pai2 can1 ting1steakhouse; chophouse
132牛排馆 牛排館 niú pái guǎnniu2 pai2 guan3steakhouse
133牛皮菜 niú càiniu2 pi2 cai4chard (Beta vulgaris), a foliage beet
134牛皮大王 niú wángniu2 pi2 da4 wang2braggart (idiom)
135牛脾气 牛脾氣 niú qiniu2 pi2 qi5bullheadedness; stubborn
136牛皮色 niú niu2 pi2 se4buff (color)
137牛皮癣 牛皮癬 niú xuǎnniu2 pi2 xuan3psoriasis
138牛皮纸 牛皮紙 niú zhǐniu2 pi2 zhi3kraft paper
139牛气 牛氣 niú qiniu2 qi5(coll.) haughty; overbearing; (economics) bullish
140牛桥 牛橋 niú qiáoniu2 qiao2Oxbridge; Cambridge and Oxford
141牛人 niú rénniu2 ren2(coll.) leading light; true expert; badass
142牛肉炒面 牛肉炒麵 niú ròu chǎo miànniu2 rou4 chao3 mian4stir-fried noodles with beef
143牛肉干 牛肉乾 niú ròu gānniu2 rou4 gan1dried beef; jerky; charqui
144牛肉拉面 牛肉拉麵 niú ròu miànniu2 rou4 la1 mian4ramen (pulled noodles) with beef
145牛肉面 牛肉麵 niú ròu miànniu2 rou4 mian4beef noodle soup
146牛肉芹菜 niú ròu qín càiniu2 rou4 qin2 cai4beef and celery
147牛肉丸 niú ròu wánniu2 rou4 wan2beef meatballs
148牛山濯濯 niú shān zhuó zhuóniu2 shan1 zhuo2 zhuo2treeless hills (idiom)
149牛舌 niú shéniu2 she2ox tongue
150牛市 niú shìniu2 shi4bull market
151牛溲马勃 牛溲馬勃 niú sōu niu2 sou1 ma3 bo2cow's piss, horse's ulcer (idiom); worthless nonsense; insignificant
152牛头 牛頭 niú tóuNiu2 Tou2ox head; ox-head shaped wine vessel; Ox-Head, one of the two guardians of the underworld in Chinese mythology
153牛头伯劳 牛頭伯勞 niú tóu láoniu2 tou2 bo2 lao2(bird species of China) bull-headed shrike (Lanius bucephalus)
154牛头不对马嘴 牛頭不對馬嘴 niú tóu duì zuǐniu2 tou2 bu4 dui4 ma3 zui3see 驴唇不对马嘴
155牛头㹴 牛頭㹴 niú tóu gěngniu2 tou2 geng3bull terrier; variant of 牛头梗
156牛头犬 牛頭犬 niú tóu quǎnniu2 tou2 quan3bulldog
157牛蛙 niú niu2 wa1bullfrog
158牛膝 niú niu2 xi1Achyranthes bidentata (root used in Chinese medicine)
159牛膝草 niú cǎoniu2 xi1 cao3hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis)
160牛心 niú xīnniu2 xin1mulishness; obstinacy
161牛性 niú xìngniu2 xing4mulishness; obstinacy
162牛性子 niú xìng ziniu2 xing4 zi5see 牛性
163牛羊 niú yángniu2 yang2cattle and sheep; livestock
164牛衣对泣 牛衣對泣 niú duì niu2 yi1 dui4 qi4couple living in destitute misery (idiom)
165牛饮 牛飲 niú yǐnniu2 yin3gulp
166牛油 niú yóuniu2 you2butter
167牛油果 niú yóu guǒniu2 you2 guo3avocado (Persea americana)
168牛油戟 niú yóu niu2 you2 ji3pound cake
169牛仔 niú zǎiniu2 zai3cowboy
170牛仔布 niú zǎi niu2 zai3 bu4denim
171牛仔裤 牛仔褲 niú zǎi niu2 zai3 ku4jeans; Classifiers:
172牛樟 niú zhāngniu2 zhang1Cinnamomum kanehirae; small-leaf camphor; stout camphor (indigenous to Taiwan)
173牛只 牛隻 niú zhīniu2 zhi1cow; cattle
174牛至 niú zhìniu2 zhi4oregano (Origanum vulgare); marjoram
175皮弗娄牛 皮弗婁牛 lóu niúpi2 fu2 lou2 niu2beefalo (cross between domestic cattle and bison)
176犏牛 piān niúpian1 niu2offspring of a bull and a female yak
177气冲牛斗 氣沖牛斗 chōng niú dǒuqi4 chong1 niu2 dou3extremely angry; infuriated
178气喘如牛 氣喘如牛 chuǎn niúqi4 chuan3 ru2 niu2to breathe heavily like an ox (idiom); to huff and puff
179牵牛 牽牛 qiān niúQian1 niu2morning glory (Pharbitis nil); Altair (star); Cowherd of the folk tale Cowherd and Weaving maid 牛郎织女
180牵牛花 牽牛花 qiān niú huāqian1 niu2 hua1white-edged morning glory
181牵牛属 牽牛屬 qiān niú shǔqian1 niu2 shu3Pharbitis, genus of herbaceous plants including Morning glory 牵牛 (Pharbitis nil)
182牵牛星 牽牛星 qiān niú xīngQian1 niu2 xing1Altair (star); Cowherd of the folk tale Cowherd and Weaving maid 牛郎织女
183青椒牛柳 qīng jiāo niú liǔqing1 jiao1 niu2 liu3beef with green peppers
184人造牛油 rén zào niú yóuren2 zao4 niu2 you2margarine
185如牛负重 如牛負重 niú zhòngru2 niu2 fu4 zhong4to be overburdened (idiom)
186乳牛 niúru3 niu2dairy cattle
187三对三斗牛 三對三鬥牛 sān duì sān dòu niúsan1 dui4 san1 dou4 niu2three-on-three basketball game
188杀鸡何必要用牛刀呢 殺雞何必要用牛刀呢 shā yào yòng niú dāo nesha1 ji1 he2 bi4 yao4 yong4 niu2 dao1 ne5don't use a sledgehammer to crack a nut; de minimis non curat praetor (trivial matters are of no concern to a high official)
189杀鸡焉用牛刀 殺雞焉用牛刀 shā yān yòng niú dāosha1 ji1 yan1 yong4 niu2 dao1don't use a sledgehammer on a nut; aquila non capit muscam
190沙朗牛排 shā lǎng niú páisha1 lang3 niu2 pai2sirloin steak
191杀牛宰羊 殺牛宰羊 shā niú zǎi yángsha1 niu2 zai3 yang2slaughter the cattle and butcher the sheep; to prepare a big feast (idiom)
192麝牛 shè niúshe4 niu2musk ox
193生擦牛皮 shēng niú sheng1 ca1 niu2 pi2rawhide (idiom)
194水牛儿 水牛兒 shuǐ niú rshui3 niu2 r5(dialect) snail
195天牛 tiān niútian1 niu2Longhorn beetle
196铁板牛柳 鐵板牛柳 tiě bǎn niú liǔtie3 ban3 niu2 liu3fillet beef served sizzling on a hot iron plate
197铁板牛肉 鐵板牛肉 tiě bǎn niú ròutie3 ban3 niu2 rou4beef grilled on a hot iron plate
198土牛 niútu3 niu2clay ox; mound of earth on a dike (ready for emergency repairs)
199土牛木马 土牛木馬 niú tu3 niu2 mu4 ma3clay ox, wooden horse (idiom); shape without substance; worthless object
200翁牛特 wēng niú Weng1 niu2 te4Ongniud banner or Ongnuud khoshuu in Chifeng 赤峰 , Inner Mongolia
201翁牛特旗 wēng niú Weng1 niu2 te4 qi2Ongniud banner or Ongnuud khoshuu in Chifeng 赤峰 , Inner Mongolia
202蜗行牛步 蝸行牛步 xíng niú wo1 xing2 niu2 bu4lit. to crawl like a snail and plod along like an old ox (idiom); fig. to move at a snail's pace; to make slow progress
203无壳蜗牛 無殼蝸牛 niúwu2 ke2 wo1 niu2fig. people who cannot afford to buy their own house
204吴牛见月 吳牛見月 niú jiàn yuèWu2 niu2 jian4 yue4cow from Wu is terrified by the moon, mistaking it for the sun
205犀牛 niúxi1 niu2rhinoceros
206犀牛角 niú jiǎoxi1 niu2 jiao3rhinoceros horn
207鲜花插在牛粪上 鮮花插在牛糞上 xiān huā chā zài niú fèn shàngxian1 hua1 cha1 zai4 niu2 fen4 shang4lit. a bunch of flowers poked into a pile of manure; fig. a terrible shame (as when a lovely woman marries an odious man)
208小牛 xiǎo niúxiao3 niu2calf; (coll.) lower-priced model of Lamborghini
209小牛肉 xiǎo niú ròuxiao3 niu2 rou4veal
210小牝牛 xiǎo pìn niúxiao3 pin4 niu2heifer
211小试牛刀 小試牛刀 xiǎo shì niú dāoxiao3 shi4 niu2 dao1to give a small demonstration of one's impressive skills (idiom)
212血牛 xuè niúxue4 niu2sb who sells one's blood for a living
213鞅牛 yǎng niúyang3 niu2cattle harnessed for plowing
214要加牛奶 yào jiā niú nǎiyao4 jia1 niu2 nai3with milk; white (of tea, coffee etc)
215野牛 niúye3 niu2bison
216一对一斗牛 一對一鬥牛 duì dòu niúyi1 dui4 yi1 dou4 niu2one-on-one basketball game
217原牛 yuán niúyuan2 niu2aurochs (Bos primigenius), extinct wild ox
218真牛 zhēn niúzhen1 niu2(slang) really cool, awesome
219植物牛油 zhí niú yóuzhi2 wu4 niu2 you2margarine
220壮健如牛 壯健如牛 zhuàng jiàn niúzhuang4 jian4 ru2 niu2to be as strong as an ox (idiom)
221紫金牛 jīn niúzi3 jin1 niu2Japanese ardisia (Ardisia japonica)
222牸牛 niúzi4 niu2cow
223钻牛角 鑽牛角 zuān niú jiǎozuan1 niu2 jiao3lit. honing a bull's horn; fig. to waste time on an insoluble or insignificant problem; to bash one's head against a brick wall; a wild goose chase; a blind alley; to split hairs; same as idiom 钻牛角尖
224钻牛角尖 鑽牛角尖 zuān niú jiǎo jiānzuan1 niu2 jiao3 jian1lit. to penetrate into a bull's horn (idiom); fig. to waste time on an insoluble or insignificant problem; to bash one's head against a brick wall; a wild goose chase; a blind alley; to split hairs
225最牛 zuì niúzui4 niu2tough as nails
226做牛做马 做牛做馬 zuò niú zuò zuo4 niu2 zuo4 ma3lit. to work like an ox, to work like a horse; fig. to work extremely hard

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