|very divided in opinion, disunited, diversified, disharmonious, in disorder or diverging||紛歧|
|(honorific) your respected opinion, What do you think, your majesty?||尊意 [zun1 yi4]|
|(idiom) unable to put forward an opinion; have no idea, not interesting; boring, not worth talking about||沒意思 [mei2 yi4 si5]|
|(idiom) unable to put forward an opinion; have no idea, not interesting; boring, not worth talking about||没意思 [mei2 yi4 si5]|
|a diaphram (anatomy), distant (socially aloof), divided by lack of mutual comprehension, a nonexpert||隔膜 [ge2 mo2]|
|a stubborn, headstrong devil (person), a person of very fixed opinion||故作逢拗|
|absurd opinion, pedantic and unrealistic view||迂見 [yu1 jian4]|
|absurd opinion, pedantic and unrealistic view||迂见 [yu1 jian4]|
|accept or adopt an idea, opinion or proposal||採納|
|according to my opinion, as I see it||照我看|
|all in confusion and not agreeing in opinion||紛紛不一|
|announce something, make public, express one's opinion, release news, deliver a speech||發表|
|area to the west of the Forbidden City, now divided into Zhongnanhai and Beihai||太液池 [Tai4 ye4 chi2]|
|Argo (constellation, now divided into Carina 船底座 and Puppis 船尾座)||天舟座 [tian1 zhou1 zuo4]|
|as I see it, in my opinion||依我來看 [yi1 wo3 lai2 kan4]|
|as I see it, in my opinion||依我来看 [yi1 wo3 lai2 kan4]|
|ask for opinions, solicit, others' views, seek the opinion of||徵求意見|
|ask his (enlightened) opinion (views, advice)||聽他的高見|
|attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)||多动症 [duo1 dong4 zheng4]|
|attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)||多動症 [duo1 dong4 zheng4]|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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