|lit. you hoodwink me and I cheat you; fig. mutual deception, each tries to outwit the other, dog eats dog and devil take the hindmost||尔虞我诈 [er3 yu2 wo3 zha4]|
|lit. you hoodwink me and I cheat you; fig. mutual deception, each tries to outwit the other, dog eats dog and devil take the hindmost||爾虞我詐 [er3 yu2 wo3 zha4]|
|(exclamation), hiccough, hiccup, (Hong Kong colloquial) to cheat (i.e. 欺骗)||呃 [e4]|
|(knocked) unconscious, to deceive, to cheat, to hoodwink||矇 [meng1]|
|(knocked) unconscious, to deceive, to cheat, to hoodwink||蒙 [meng1]|
|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 diaphram (anatomy), distant (socially aloof), divided by lack of mutual comprehension, a nonexpert||隔膜 [ge2 mo2]|
|A person who hasn't eaten for a long time, eats two meals together, an uncertain eating schedule||一餐長久 ,兩餐相遇 (食不定時 )。|
|A potter eats with a chipped rice bowl. (and sells the good ones) The man in charge takes the worst part.||陶匠用破碗 ,好的留著賣|
|a stubborn, headstrong devil (person), a person of very fixed opinion||故作逢拗|
|A swindler can only cheat the unknowing person, a knowledgeable person cannot be cheated.||只騙不懂的人 ,懂的人騙不過去。|
|a tacit mutual understanding||心照不宣 [xin1 zhao4 bu4 xuan1]|
|adultery committed with mutual consent||和姦|
|affairs of the heart, mutual relationship||情场 [qing2 chang3]|
|affairs of the heart, mutual relationship||情場 [qing2 chang3]|
|all in the same boat, show mutual concern||同舟共濟|
|an animal which eats its mother||獍 [jing4]|
|An unproductive field uses a lot of water. ─ a skinny man eats a lot of food||瘦者能吃之意|
|barren land absorbs much water a lean man eats a lot||瘦者能吃之意|
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