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1 dǐngding3apex; crown of the head; top; roof; most; to carry on the head; to push to the top; to go against; to replace; to substitute; to be subjected to (an aerial bombing, hailstorm etc); (slang) to "bump" a forum thread to raise its profile; classifier for headwear, hats, veils etc
2屋顶 屋頂 dǐngwu1 ding3roof; Classifiers:
3头顶 頭頂 tóu dǐngtou2 ding3top of the head
4山顶 山頂 shān dǐngshan1 ding3hilltop
5顶点 頂點 dǐng diǎnding3 dian3summit; peak; (math.) vertex
6顶上 頂上 dǐng shàngding3 shang4on top of; at the summit
7顶住 頂住 dǐng zhùding3 zhu4to withstand; to stand up to
8顶峰 頂峰 dǐng fēngding3 feng1to face into the wind; against the wind; fig. against the law; peak; summit; fig. high point; masterpiece
9挨三顶四 挨三頂四 āi sān dǐng ai1 san1 ding3 si4to surge (as a crowd) (idiom)
10拔顶 拔頂 dǐngba2 ding3topping (mining)
11白顶鵖 白頂鵖 bái dǐng bai2 ding3 bi1(bird species of China) pied wheatear (Oenanthe pleschanka)
12白顶鹀 白頂鵐 bái dǐng bai2 ding3 wu2(bird species of China) white-capped bunting (Emberiza stewarti)
13白顶溪鸲 白頂溪鴝 bái dǐng bai2 ding3 xi1 qu2(bird species of China) white-capped redstart (Chaimarrornis leucocephalus)
14白顶玄鸥 白頂玄鷗 bái dǐng xuán ōubai2 ding3 xuan2 ou1(bird species of China) brown noddy (Anous stolidus)
15白骨顶 白骨頂 bái dǐngbai2 gu3 ding3coot
16白腰朱顶雀 白腰朱頂雀 bái yāo zhū dǐng quèbai2 yao1 zhu1 ding3 que4(bird species of China) common redpoll (Acanthis flammea)
17车顶 車頂 chē dǐngche1 ding3car roof
18齿条千斤顶 齒條千斤頂 chǐ tiáo qiān jīn dǐngchi3 tiao2 qian1 jin1 ding3rack and pinion jack
19赤胸朱顶雀 赤胸朱頂雀 chì xiōng zhū dǐng quèchi4 xiong1 zhu1 ding3 que4(bird species of China) common linnet (Linaria cannabina)
20聪明绝顶 聰明絕頂 cōng ming jué dǐngcong1 ming5 jue2 ding3highly intelligent (idiom)
21丹顶鹤 丹頂鶴 dān dǐng dan1 ding3 he4(bird species of China) red-crowned crane (Grus japonensis)
22堤顶大路 堤頂大路 dǐng di1 ding3 da4 lu4promenade
23顶拜 頂拜 dǐng bàiding3 bai4to prostrate oneself; to kneel and bow the head (in submission, supplication, worship etc)
24顶班 頂班 dǐng bānding3 ban1to take over sb else's job; to substitute for
25顶板 頂板 dǐng bǎnding3 ban3roof; roof plate; rock layer forming roof of a cave or mine; abacus
26顶棒 頂棒 dǐng bàngding3 bang4bucking bar (metal bar fixing the tail of a rivet as it is driven)
27顶包 頂包 dǐng bāoding3 bao1to serve as forced labor; to take the rap for sb
28顶补 頂補 dǐng ding3 bu3to fill a vacancy; to substitute for
29顶部 頂部 dǐng ding3 bu4roof; topmost part; top (of tree, wall etc); apex
30顶层 頂層 dǐng céngding3 ceng2top floor; the top of a building
31顶戴 頂戴 dǐng dàiding3 dai4cap badge (official sign of rank in Qing dynasty)
32顶挡 頂擋 dǐng dǎngding3 dang3to resist; to obstruct; to bear responsibility for
33顶灯 頂燈 dǐng dēngding3 deng1dome light (of a taxi etc); ceiling light (in a room); interior light (of a car); light on the top of a mast etc
34顶端 頂端 dǐng duānding3 duan1summit; peak
35顶多 頂多 dǐng duōding3 duo1at most; at best
36顶阀 頂閥 dǐng ding3 fa2top valve; head valve
37顶风冒雨 頂風冒雨 dǐng fēng mào ding3 feng1 mao4 yu3to brave wind and rain (idiom)
38顶风停止 頂風停止 dǐng fēng tíng zhǐding3 feng1 ting2 zhi3to lie to (facing the wind)
39顶盖 頂蓋 dǐng gàiding3 gai4roof; lid
40顶杆 頂桿 dǐng gǎnding3 gan3top bar; crown bar
41顶缸 頂缸 dǐng gāngding3 gang1to take the blame; to be a scapegoat; to carry the can
42顶岗 頂崗 dǐng gǎngding3 gang3to replace sb on a workshift; to substitute for
43顶格 頂格 dǐng ding3 ge2(typesetting) to not indent; to set the text flush with the left (or top) margin
44顶骨 頂骨 dǐng ding3 gu3parietal bone (top of the scull)
45顶呱呱 頂呱呱 dǐng guā guāding3 gua1 gua1variant of 顶呱呱 ; tip-top; excellent; first-rate
46顶级 頂級 dǐng ding3 ji2top-notch; first-rate
47顶架 頂架 dǐng jiàding3 jia4cabin
48顶尖 頂尖 dǐng jiānding3 jian1peak; apex; world best; number one; finest (competitors); top (figures in a certain field)
49顶尖级 頂尖級 dǐng jiān ding3 jian1 ji2first class; top; world best
50顶尖儿 頂尖兒 dǐng jiān rding3 jian1 r5erhua variant of 顶尖
51顶角 頂角 dǐng jiǎoding3 jiao3angle at apex; summit angle; cusp
52顶客 頂客 dǐng ding3 ke4see 丁克
53顶夸克 頂夸克 dǐng kuā ding3 kua1 ke4top quark (particle physics)
54顶礼膜拜 頂禮膜拜 dǐng bàiding3 li3 mo2 bai4to prostrate oneself in worship (idiom); (fig.) to worship; to bow down to
55顶梁柱 頂梁柱 dǐng liáng zhùding3 liang2 zhu4pillar; backbone
56顶楼 頂樓 dǐng lóuding3 lou2top floor; attic; loft; garret; penthouse; (flat) rooftop (often used as an outdoor living area etc)
57顶轮 頂輪 dǐng lúnding3 lun2sahasrāra or sahasrara, the crown or fontanel chakra 查克拉 , residing at the top of the skull
58顶冒 頂冒 dǐng màoding3 mao4abbr. for 顶名冒姓
59顶门壮户 頂門壯戶 dǐng mén zhuàng ding3 men2 zhuang4 hu4to support the family business (idiom)
60顶面 頂面 dǐng miànding3 mian4top; top side; top surface
61顶名冒姓 頂名冒姓 dǐng míng mào xìngding3 ming2 mao4 xing4to pretend to be sb else
62顶膜礼拜 頂膜禮拜 dǐng bàiding3 mo2 li3 bai4to prostrate oneself in worship; to pay homage to; to make a fetish of (idiom)
63顶目 頂目 dǐng ding3 mu4item; event; project
64顶牛儿 頂牛兒 dǐng niú rding3 niu2 r5to push with the forehead; to lock horns; to be at loggerheads
65顶棚 頂棚 dǐng péngding3 peng2ceiling; awning (under ceiling)
66顶让 頂讓 dǐng ràngding3 rang4to hand over (a business etc) for an agreed price (Tw)
67顶人受过 頂人受過 dǐng rén shòu guòding3 ren2 shou4 guo4to take the blame for others (idiom)
68顶事 頂事 dǐng shìding3 shi4useful; fitting
69顶替 頂替 dǐng ding3 ti4to replace
70顶天立地 頂天立地 dǐng tiān ding3 tian1 li4 di4lit. able to support both heaven and earth; of indomitable spirit (idiom)
71顶头 頂頭 dǐng tóuding3 tou2to come directly towards one; top; immediate (superior)
72顶头上司 頂頭上司 dǐng tóu shàng siding3 tou2 shang4 si5one's immediate superior
73顶谢 頂謝 dǐng xièding3 xie4to bow in thanks
74顶芽 頂芽 dǐng ding3 ya2terminal bud (growing at the tip of a plant)
75顶叶 頂葉 dǐng ding3 ye4parietal lobe
76顶用 頂用 dǐng yòngding3 yong4to be of use
77顶针 頂針 dǐng zhēnding3 zhen1thimble
78顶撞 頂撞 dǐng zhuàngding3 zhuang4to contradict (elders or superiors)
79顶嘴 頂嘴 dǐng zuǐding3 zui3to talk back; to answer back
80顶罪 頂罪 dǐng zuìding3 zui4to take the blame for sb else; to compensate for one's crime; to get charges dropped (by paying money etc)
81对顶角 對頂角 duì dǐng jiǎodui4 ding3 jiao3angle to the vertical; angle (between two lines or two planes)
82对流层顶 對流層頂 duì liú céng dǐngdui4 liu2 ceng2 ding3tropopause; top of troposphere
83恶毒透顶 惡毒透頂 è tòu dǐnge4 du2 tou4 ding3It is venom carried to the extreme. (idiom)
84方顶 方頂 fāng dǐngfang1 ding3square roof
85房顶 房頂 fáng dǐngfang2 ding3housetop; roof
86封顶 封頂 fēng dǐngfeng1 ding3summit; crest; to put a roof (on a building); to cap the roof (finishing a building project); fig. to put a ceiling (on spending, prize, ambition etc); to top off; fig. to reach the highest point (of growth, profit, interest rates); to stop growing (of plant bud or branch)
87封顶仪式 封頂儀式 fēng dǐng shìfeng1 ding3 yi2 shi4ceremony of capping the roof (to mark the completion of a building project)
88腐败透顶 腐敗透頂 bài tòu dǐngfu3 bai4 tou4 ding3to be rotten to the core (idiom)
89妇女能顶半边天 婦女能頂半邊天 néng dǐng bàn biān tiānfu4 nu:3 neng2 ding3 ban4 bian1 tian1Woman can hold up half the sky; fig. nowadays, women have an equal part to play in society
90拱顶 拱頂 gǒng dǐnggong3 ding3an arched roof; a dome; a vault
91骨顶鸡 骨頂雞 dǐng gu3 ding3 ji1(bird species of China) Eurasian coot (Fulica atra)
92褐顶雀鹛 褐頂雀鶥 dǐng què méihe4 ding3 que4 mei2(bird species of China) dusky fulvetta (Alcippe brunnea)
93黑顶麻雀 黑頂麻雀 hēi dǐng quèhei1 ding3 ma2 que4(bird species of China) saxaul sparrow (Passer ammodendri)
94黑顶奇鹛 黑頂奇鶥 hēi dǐng méihei1 ding3 qi2 mei2(bird species of China) black-headed sibia (Heterophasia desgodinsi)
95黑顶蛙口鸱 黑頂蛙口鴟 hēi dǐng kǒu chīhei1 ding3 wa1 kou3 chi1(bird species of China) Hodgson's frogmouth (Batrachostomus hodgsoni)
96黑顶噪鹛 黑頂噪鶥 hēi dǐng zào méihei1 ding3 zao4 mei2(bird species of China) black-faced laughingthrush (Trochalopteron affine)
97红顶绿鸠 紅頂綠鳩 hóng dǐng jiūhong2 ding3 lu:4 jiu1(bird species of China) whistling green pigeon (Treron formosae)
98红顶鹛 紅頂鶥 hóng dǐng méihong2 ding3 mei2(bird species of China) chestnut-capped babbler (Timalia pileata)
99黄嘴朱顶雀 黃嘴朱頂雀 huáng zuǐ zhū dǐng quèhuang2 zui3 zhu1 ding3 que4(bird species of China) twite (Linaria flavirostris)
100机顶盒 機頂盒 dǐng ji1 ding3 he2set-top box; decoder for digital or satellite TV signal etc
101极北朱顶雀 極北朱頂雀 běi zhū dǐng quèji2 bei3 zhu1 ding3 que4(bird species of China) Arctic redpoll (Acanthis hornemanni)
102尖顶 尖頂 jiān dǐngjian1 ding3pointed object; cusp; pinnacle; steeple
103金顶戴菊 金頂戴菊 jīn dǐng dài jin1 ding3 dai4 ju2goldcrest (Regulus satrapa)
104金顶戴菊鸟 金頂戴菊鳥 jīn dǐng dài niǎojin1 ding3 dai4 ju2 niao3goldcrest (Regulus satrapa)
105绝顶聪明 絕頂聰明 jué dǐng cōng mingjue2 ding3 cong1 ming5extremely bright (idiom)
106崁顶 崁頂 kǎn dǐngKan3 ding3Kanting township in Pingtung County 屏东县 , Taiwan
107崁顶乡 崁頂鄉 kǎn dǐng xiāngKan3 ding3 xiang1Kanting township in Pingtung County 屏东县 , Taiwan
108狂顶 狂頂 kuáng dǐngkuang2 ding3(slang) to strongly support; to strongly approve of
109楼顶 樓頂 lóu dǐnglou2 ding3top of a building
110炉顶 爐頂 dǐnglu2 ding3furnace top
111螺旋千斤顶 螺旋千斤頂 luó xuán qiān jīn dǐngluo2 xuan2 qian1 jin1 ding3screw jack
112茅屋顶 茅屋頂 máo dǐngmao2 wu1 ding3thatch roof
113冒顶 冒頂 mào dǐngmao4 ding3(mining) roof fall; to have the roof cave in
114冒名顶替 冒名頂替 mào míng dǐng mao4 ming2 ding3 ti4to assume sb's name and take his place (idiom); to impersonate; to pose under a false name
115冒名顶替者 冒名頂替者 mào míng dǐng zhěmao4 ming2 ding3 ti4 zhe3impersonator; impostor
116灭顶 滅頂 miè dǐngmie4 ding3to be drowned (figurative and literal)
117摩顶放踵 摩頂放踵 dǐng fàng zhǒngmo2 ding3 fang4 zhong3to rub one's head and heels (idiom); to slave for the benefit of others; to wear oneself out for the general good
118拿大顶 拿大頂 dǐngna2 da4 ding3to do a handstand
119拿顶 拿頂 dǐngna2 ding3to do a handstand
120棚顶 棚頂 péng dǐngpeng2 ding3canopy; roof; ceiling; canopy; roof; ceiling
121平顶 平頂 píng dǐngping2 ding3flat roof
122平顶山 平頂山 píng dǐng shānPing2 ding3 shan1Pingdingshan prefecture level city in Henan
123平顶山市 平頂山市 píng dǐng shān shìPing2 ding3 shan1 shi4Pingdingshan prefecture level city in Henan
124千斤顶 千斤頂 qiān jīn dǐngqian1 jin1 ding3jack (for lifting weight)
125穹顶 穹頂 qióng dǐngqiong2 ding3dome; vault; domed roof
126如箭悬顶 如箭懸頂 jiàn xuán dǐngru2 jian4 xuan2 ding3imminent peril (idiom)
127三个臭皮匠,顶个诸葛亮 三個臭皮匠,頂個諸葛亮 sān chòu jiang , dǐng zhū liàngsan1 ge4 chou4 pi2 jiang5 , ding3 ge4 Zhu1 ge3 Liang4lit. three ignorant cobblers add up to a genius (idiom); fig. collective wisdom; wisdom of the masses exceeds that of any individual
128泰山盖顶 泰山蓋頂 tài shān gài dǐngtai4 shan1 gai4 ding3with the force of an avalanche (idiom)
129醍醐灌顶 醍醐灌頂 guàn dǐngti2 hu2 guan4 ding3lit. to anoint your head with the purest cream (idiom); fig. to enlighten people with perfect wisdom; flawless Buddhist teaching
130天顶 天頂 tiān dǐngtian1 ding3zenith
131天雷击顶 天雷擊頂 tiān léi dǐngtian1 lei2 ji1 ding3to be killed by lightning (idiom)
132透顶 透頂 tòu dǐngtou4 ding3out-and-out; thoroughly
133秃顶 禿頂 dǐngtu1 ding3bald head
134伪顶 偽頂 wěi dǐngwei3 ding3false roof
135吸顶灯 吸頂燈 dǐng dēngxi1 ding3 deng1flush-mounted ceiling lamp (loanword)
136歇顶 歇頂 xiē dǐngxie1 ding3to be balding; to be thinning on top
137歇山顶 歇山頂 xiē shān dǐngxie1 shan1 ding3(East Asian) hip-and-gable roof
138谢顶 謝頂 xiè dǐngxie4 ding3to go bald
139液压千斤顶 液壓千斤頂 qiān jīn dǐngye4 ya1 qian1 jin1 ding3hydraulic jack
140一人顶俩 一人頂倆 rén dǐng liǎyi1 ren2 ding3 lia3One can do the work of two. (idiom)
141硬顶跑车 硬頂跑車 yìng dǐng pǎo chēying4 ding3 pao3 che1sports coupé (car)
142玉皇顶 玉皇頂 huáng dǐngYu4 huang2 Ding3Jade Emperor Peak on Mt Tai in Shandong
143圆顶 圓頂 yuán dǐngyuan2 ding3dome
144圆屋顶 圓屋頂 yuán dǐngyuan2 wu1 ding3dome
145糟糕透顶 糟糕透頂 zāo gāo tòu dǐngzao1 gao1 tou4 ding3What a complete mess! (idiom)
146栈顶 棧頂 zhàn dǐngzhan4 ding3stack top (computing)
147置顶 置頂 zhì dǐngzhi4 ding3to sticky (an Internet forum thread etc)
148中气层顶 中氣層頂 zhōng céng dǐngzhong1 qi4 ceng2 ding3mesopause; top of mesosphere
149自顶向下 自頂向下 dǐng xiàng xiàzi4 ding3 xiang4 xia4top-down
150棕顶树莺 棕頂樹鶯 zòng dǐng shù yīngzong4 ding3 shu4 ying1(bird species of China) grey-sided bush warbler (Cettia brunnifrons)

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