Dictionary content from CC-CEDICT

Auto complete input: off | on

32 results on this page.

English Definition Add a new word to the dictionary Traditional
  *碰* | 碰* | *碰
variant of
  *碰* | 碰* | *碰
to touch / to meet with / to bump
  *碰* | 碰* | *碰
old variant of
to come across / to run into / to meet / to hit
to collide / collision
to touch / (fig.) to touch on (a matter)
to run into / to come upon / to meet
(coll.) to scam sb by setting up an "accident" in which one appears to have sustained damage or injury caused by the scam victim, then demanding compensation (variations include putting "expensive" porcelain in a place where it is likely to be knocked over by passers-by, and stepping into the path of a slow-moving car)
to hit a wall / (fig.) to hit a brick wall / to hit a snag / to have the door slammed in one's face
to touch
to meet / to run into (sb) / to get together (with sb)
concentration (a pair-matching game)
to run into / to meet (unexpectedly) / to bump into
bumper car
to try one's luck / to leave sth to chance
by chance / by coincidence / to happen to
to knock sth over
to knock against / to bump into / to have a disagreement / to clash
to meet / to hold a meeting
to meet force with force / painstaking
erhua variant of 碰瓷
to knock against / to knock together / to rattle
a blind cat finds a dead mouse (idiom) / blind luck
to collide with one another
lit. to have one's nose rubbed in the dirt / fig. to meet with a sharp rebuff
bruising (damage to soft fruit etc)
to meet with a rebuff
lit. an egg colliding with a rock (idiom) / fig. to attack sb stronger than oneself / to overrate one's abilities
collisional orogeny / mountain building as a result of continents colliding
variant of 碰瓷
collision in which only one party is at fault

Tip: Not sure how to type a character? Draw it instead! Click the brush icon next to the input fields to enable the handwriting input method.
© 2021 MDBG Made in Holland
Automated or scripted access is prohibited
Privacy and cookies