|gentle, good natured, docile, obedient||溫順|
|(feel a sense of) pride, to be proud of sth (in a good way)||自豪 [zi4 hao2]|
|(of a child) obedient, well-behaved, clever||乖 [guai1]|
|(of a turn of events) not too encouraging, far from good, anything but reassuring||不妙 [bu4 miao4]|
|(saying) good at singing and dancing||能歌善舞 [neng2 ge1 shan4 wu3]|
|(saying) set a good example||以身作则 [yi3 shen1 zuo4 ze2]|
|(saying) set a good example||以身作則 [yi3 shen1 zuo4 ze2]|
|(saying) to give up evil and return to good||改邪归正 [gai3 xie2 gui1 zheng4]|
|(saying) to give up evil and return to good||改邪歸正 [gai3 xie2 gui1 zheng4]|
|(set phrase) not helpful but harmful, to do harm rather than good||有害无益 [you3 hai4 wu2 yi4]|
|(set phrase) not helpful but harmful, to do harm rather than good||有害無益 [you3 hai4 wu2 yi4]|
|A chicken with a crooked mouth eats good rice. A fussy eater eats well.||歪嘴雞吃好米 ,雖窮又挑食|
|a good bird chooses a tree to nest in (proverb); fig. a good general chooses a lord to serve under||良禽择木而栖 [liang2 qin2 ze2 mu4 er2 qi1]|
|a good bird chooses a tree to nest in (proverb); fig. a good general chooses a lord to serve under||良禽擇木而棲 [liang2 qin2 ze2 mu4 er2 qi1]|
|a good deal of, quite a lot||好些 [hao3 xie1]|
|A good end is more important than a good beginning.||好始不如好終 ,好頭不如好尾 )。|
|A good project mismanaged to the point of it being totally ruined (Lit. A good turtle is butchered till it's all cut to pieces.) "hau" 鱟||成事不足 ,敗事有餘|
|a good reputation to last a hundred generations||留芳百世 [liu2 fang1 bai3 shi4]|
|a good reputation to last down the generations||留芳千古 [liu2 fang1 qian1 gu3]|
|a good wife, a virtuous wife (Confucianism)||賢妻良母 [xian2 qi1 liang2 mu3]|
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