English to Chinese Dictionary


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挖掘 jué to excavate / to dig / to unearth
to peel / to skin / to tear / to pull down / to cling to (sth on which one is climbing) / to dig
kōu to dig out / to pick out (with one's fingers) / to carve / to cut / to study meticulously / to lift one's clothes / stingy / miserly
zuān to drill / to bore / to get into / to make one's way into / to enter (a hole) / to thread one's way through / to study intensively / to dig into / to curry favor for personal gain
tiǎo to raise / to dig up / to poke / to prick / to incite / to stir up
to dig / to excavate / to scoop out
jué to dig
gǒng to cup one's hands in salute / to surround / to arch / to dig earth with the snout / arched
páo to dig / to excavate / (coll.) to exclude / not to count / to deduct / to subtract
出土 chū to dig up / to appear in an excavation / unearthed / to come up out of the ground
开挖 kāi to dig out / to excavate / to scoop out
záo chisel / to bore a hole / to chisel or dig / (literary) (bound form) certain / authentic / irrefutable / also pr. [zuo4]
钻进 zuān jìn to get into / to dig into (studies, job etc) / to squeeze into
chú a hoe / to hoe or dig / to weed / to get rid of
to dig / to mix
凿井 záo jǐng to dig a well
自掏腰包 tāo yāo bāo to pay out of one's own pocket / to dig into one's pocket
开动 kāi dòng to start / to set in motion / to move / to march / to dig in (eating) / to tuck in (eating)
打井 jǐng to dig a well
探矿 tàn kuàng to prospect; to dig for coal or minerals
开河 kāi to open a river / to dig a canal / to thaw (of river)
to dig / to scoop out
开掘 kāi jué to dig; to excavate / (fig.) to explore (archival materials) and unearth findings
bèn dust / to dust / a bank of earth / to bring together / to dig / also pr. [fen4]
挖洞 dòng to dig a hole

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