|Absence makes the heart grow fonder.||小別勝新婚。|
|(proverb) a long illness makes the patient into a doctor||久病成医 [jiu3 bing4 cheng2 yi1]|
|(proverb) a long illness makes the patient into a doctor||久病成醫 [jiu3 bing4 cheng2 yi1]|
|(saying) makes one happy and sad; emotionally moving||可歌可泣 [ke3 ge1 ke3 qi4]|
|A child of his died so he doesn't have the heart to work.||他一個孩子死了 ,所以沒有心情做事。|
|A fox makes use of a tiger's majesty. (influence) "An ass in a lion's skin"||狐假虎威|
|A fox makes use of a tiger's majesty. (influence) "An ass in a lion's skin"||萬里長城|
|a heart-to-heart chat||談心 [tan2 xin1]|
|a heart-to-heart chat||谈心 [tan2 xin1]|
|A long trip proves a horse. A conduct reveals the heart of a man as time passes.||路遙知馬力 ,事久見人心。|
|A mandarin's coachman makes use of his master's influence ─ a petty official often throws his weight around, hanging on his superior's coat-tails||倚勢作威作福 ,狗仗人勢|
|a strict father makes obedient children||嚴父出孝子|
|absence of initial consonant, a Chinese syllable having no initial consonant (starting directly with the medial vowel)||零声母 [ling1 sheng1 mu3]|
|absence of initial consonant, a Chinese syllable having no initial consonant (starting directly with the medial vowel)||零聲母 [ling1 sheng1 mu3]|
|absence, absent||缺席 [que1 xi2]|
|acting mechanically without heart in the work||無精打采|
|acting mechanically without heart in the work, cannot keep one's mind on one's job||無精打采|
|affairs of the heart, mutual relationship||情场 [qing2 chang3]|
|affairs of the heart, mutual relationship||情場 [qing2 chang3]|
|affection or heart of a young lady||芳心|
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