|(set phrase), know best by personal experience, know sth without being told||冷暖自知 [leng3 nuan3 zi4 zhi1]|
|(idiom) belated action or advice, (int) I told you so||馬後炮 [ma3 hou4 pao4]|
|(idiom) belated action or advice, (int) I told you so||马后炮 [ma3 hou4 pao4]|
|(personal) deodorant||体香剂 [ti3 xiang1 ji4]|
|(personal) deodorant||體香劑 [ti3 xiang1 ji4]|
|(saying) outside actual experience; metaphysics||形而上学 [xing2 er2 shang4 xue2]|
|(saying) outside actual experience; metaphysics||形而上學 [xing2 er2 shang4 xue2]|
|(set phrase) (noun) sweet and honeyed phrases, flattering words||甜言蜜語 [tian2 yan2 mi4 yu3]|
|(set phrase) (noun) sweet and honeyed phrases, flattering words||甜言蜜语 [tian2 yan2 mi4 yu3]|
|(set phrase) (usually of women) as cold as ice, to have an icy manner||冷若冰霜 [leng3 ruo4 bing1 shuang1]|
|(set phrase) (usually of women) slim and graceful like a swallow||身輕如燕 [shen1 qing1 ru2 yan4]|
|(set phrase) (usually of women) slim and graceful like a swallow||身轻如燕 [shen1 qing1 ru2 yan4]|
|(set phrase) all over the body||浑身上下 [hun2 shen1 shang4 xia4]|
|(set phrase) all over the body||渾身上下 [hun2 shen1 shang4 xia4]|
|(set phrase) amiable and approachable, modest and unassuming, (of writing) plain and simple, easy to understand||平易近人 [ping2 yi4 jin4 ren2]|
|(set phrase) an old horse knows the way, an old hand knows the ropes||老馬識途 [lao3 ma3 shi2 tu2]|
|(set phrase) an old horse knows the way, an old hand knows the ropes||老马识途 [lao3 ma3 shi2 tu2]|
|(set phrase) between the lines, by implication||字裡行間 [zi4 li3 hang2 jian1]|
|(set phrase) between the lines, by implication||字里行间 [zi4 li3 hang2 jian1]|
|(set phrase) carefree and contended, fit and happy||心宽体胖 [xin1 kuan1 ti3 pang4]|
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