English to Chinese Dictionary


Did you mean: hell heal hall hill hello howl hail hull ?

gēn heel / to follow closely / to go with / (of a woman) to marry sb / with / compared with / to / towards / and (joining two nouns)
热恋 liàn to fall head over heels in love / to be passionately in love
zhǒng to arrive / to follow / heel
脚跟 jiǎo gēn heel
鞋跟 xié gēn heel (of a shoe)
后跟 hòu gēn heel (part of a foot) / heel (of a sock) / counter (the part of a shoe that cups the back of one's heel) / followed by (used in describing a format, such as "filename followed by file extension")
跑掉 pǎo diào to run away / to take to one's heels
尾随 wěi suí to tail behind / to tag along / to follow on the heels of
撒丫子 zi (dialect) to rush off / to scamper off double-quick / to take to one's heels / to make oneself scarce
死穴 xué lethal point (acupuncture) / vulnerable spot / Achilles' heel
平底 píng flat bottomed / low heeled
栽跟头 zāi gēn tou to fall head over heels / (fig.) to come a cropper
逃之夭夭 táo zhī yāo yāo to escape without trace (idiom); to make one's getaway (from the scene of a crime) / to show a clean pair of heels
撒腿 tuǐ to take to one's heels / to scram
神魂颠倒 shén hún diān dǎo lit. spirit and soul upside down (idiom); infatuated and head over heels in love / fascinated / captivated
长跪 cháng guì to kneel as in prayer (without sitting back on the heels)
坐冷板凳 zuò lěng bǎn dèng to hold an inconsequential job / to receive a cold reception / to be kept waiting for an assignment or audience / to be out in the cold / to be sidelined / to warm the bench / to cool one's heels
jiàn somersault (in gymnastics or dance) / head-over-heels / aerial flip / also written 踺子
跟脚 gēn jiǎo to feet the feet perfectly / to follow closely / hard on sb's heels
旋踵 xuán zhǒng to turn on one's heel / in the twinkle of an eye / instantly
布林迪西 lín Brindisi, port city on southeast heel of Italy
打跟头 gēn tou to turn a somersault / to turn head over heels
接踵 jiē zhǒng to follow on sb's heels
奥特朗托 Ào lǎng tuō Otranto city on the southeast heel of Italy
摩顶放踵 dǐng fàng zhǒng to rub one's head and heels (idiom); to slave for the benefit of others / to wear oneself out for the general good

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