Dictionary content from CC-CEDICT De keizer is ver weg - boek met wilde avonturen in China


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charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *过* | 过* | *过
to cross / to go over / to pass (time) / to celebrate (a holiday) / to live / to get along / excessively / too-
HSK 2
to pass / to go through / process / course / CL: 個|个
HSK 3
to feel sad / to feel unwell / (of life) to be difficult
HSK 3
to pass through; to get through / to adopt (a resolution); to pass (legislation) / to pass (a test) / by means of; through; via
HSK 4
to surpass / to exceed / to outstrip
HSK 4
to pass / to spend (time) / to survive / to get through
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charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *过* | 过* | *过
surname Guo
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *过* | 过* | *过
(experienced action marker)
only / merely / no more than / but / however / anyway (to get back to a previous topic) / cannot be more (after adjectival)
to miss (train, opportunity etc)
only / merely / nothing but / no more than / it's just that ...
to walk past / to pass by
to pass by or through
to let off / to let slip by / to let sb get away with sth
to pass through / to penetrate / by means of / via
to pass through
excessively / too
to take the blame (for sb else)
to take (sth proffered)
to cross over / to transcend / to cover distance / to overcome / to rise above
to detour / to bypass / to circumvent / to avoid / to wind around (of a road etc)
to flash through (one's mind) / to dodge (away from pursuers)
to cross over / to pass through
to surmount / to cross over
to have an easy time / (feel) well
serious mistake / major demerit
to fly over / to fly past
to brush past; to pass by (sb) / (fig.) to miss (an opportunity, a danger etc); to have a brush (with death)
surpassing by far
to flit across / to sweep past / to glance (strike at an angle)
trustworthy / reliable
to pass over / to skip
to flash past / to flit by
to turn over / to transform
sin / offense
couldn't be better / ideal / wonderful
to regret / to repent
to crash one's way through
so angry it's unbearable / bitter about unbearable grievances
satisfied just to get through (idiom); to muddle through / without high ambitions, but getting by
across / opposite / the other side
to filter
to give sb a demerit
merits and demerits / contributions and errors
to whistle past / to hurtle past / to zip by
to correct / to fix
to pardon / to excuse / to forgive
can't persuade / unable to make (sb) change their mind / unable to resist (sb)
to distrust / to be suspicious
to make up for one's faults by doing good deeds (idiom)
to traverse
to reflect on one's past errors
to crush sth by running over it
excuse me (i.e. let me through, please)
to swap places
to make up for an earlier mistake / to make amends
to sweep past / to hurtle past / to swoosh past
to skate around / to skip over / to skimp
to face the wall and ponder about one's misdeeds / to stand in the corner (punishment) / (fig.) to examine one's conscience
a person of great moral stature does not remember the offenses committed by one of low moral stature
shut oneself up and ponder over one's mistakes
to live independently / to live on one's own
to put the blame on sb else
to ford (a stream, river etc)
to meet with great difficulties but pull through
to take the blame for sb else / to be made a scapegoat
Everyone makes mistakes (idiom)
anyhow / in any event / just / only
to acknowledge one's faults and correct them (idiom)
variant of 諉過|诿过
(of a meteor etc) to streak across (the sky) / (of a searchlight, lightning etc) to play across (the sky)
to give sth only cursory attention / to treat sth as not very significant
to squeeze through / to force one's way through
cannot stand by idly and watch / unable to put up with it any longer / see 看不過去|看不过去
presentable / passable
to excel / to surpass
lit. not aiming to achieve the best possible result, but rather trying to avoid making mistakes (idiom) / fig. to take a risk-averse approach
(idiom) to mention only very briefly / to skate over (a topic)
not an exaggeration / not excessive / not wide of the mark
to just scrape through with a narrow pass (in an exam)
to be unable to breathe easily
little mistake / minor offense / slightly too much
unable to defeat / to be no match for sb
to brush past
to pass (an exam)
to exceed by far / to outclass
(dialect) except / besides


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