Dictionary content from CC-CEDICT Zelf games leren maken met de Klokhuis Game Studio: Gamestudio


handwriting
Auto complete input: off | on

100 results on this page.

Traditional
Pīnyīn
English Definition Add a new word to the dictionary Simplified
HSK
cash
HSK 4
premium / award money / bonus
HSK 4
gold / golden (opportunity) / prime (time)
HSK 5
funds / funding / capital
HSK 5
deposit / down payment
HSK 5
fund
HSK 6
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *金* | 金* | *金
surname Jin / surname Kim (Korean) / Jurchen Jin dynasty (1115-1234)
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *金* | 金* | *金
gold / chemical element Au / generic term for lustrous and ductile metals / money / golden / highly respected / one of the eight categories of ancient musical instruments 八音
platinum / silver / (slang) handcuffs
metal hardware (nuts and bolts) / the five metals: gold, silver, copper, iron and tin 金銀銅鐵錫|金银铜铁锡
scholarship / CL: 筆|笔
rent
student grant / education grant / scholarship
US dollar / USD
annuity / pension / superannuation
alloy
aluminum alloy
an initial payment / earnest money / deposit
earnest money / cash deposit / bail / margin (in derivative trading)
tax money / tax due
Qianjin or Chienchin district of Kaohsiung city 高雄市, south Taiwan
capital / principal
mutual fund
monetary gift
commission
metallurgy
thousand jin (pounds) of gold / money and riches / (honorific) invaluable (support) / (honorific) daughter
index fund
money-spinning / moneymaking
gilded / inlaid with gold
time is gold / every minute counts
monetary reward / remuneration
reserve fund
salary / wage
fine / to forfeit
PolyGram (record label)
Zijin county in Heyuan 河源, Guangdong
to pan for gold / to try to make a fortune
Xiaojin county (Tibetan: btsan lha rdzong) in Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang autonomous prefecture 阿壩藏族羌族自治州|阿坝藏族羌族自治州, northwest Sichuan
petty cash
overdue fine / late fine
official reserves / accumulated fund
to donate money / (monetary) contribution
to snatch gold / to take first place in a competition
to gold-plate / to gild / (fig.) to make sth quite ordinary seem special
a promise worth one thousand in gold (idiom); a promise that must be kept
working capital
finance
large sum of money
retirement pension
Ruijin county level city in Ganzhou 贛州|赣州, Jiangxi
Later Jin dynasty (from 1616-) / Manchu Khanate or kingdom that took over as Qing dynasty in 1644
to commute a prison sentence to a fine (Tw)
tax levied on a conquered people by an army / fee for a divination session / variant of 氪金, in-app purchase (gaming)
Ba Jin (1904-2005), novelist, author of the trilogy , ,
pension
down payment / advance payment
Achim (son of Zadok in Matthew 1:14)
International Monetary Fund (IMF)
to touch base matter and turn it to gold (idiom); fig. to turn crude writing into a literary gem
venture capital fund
standard gold bar / deposit when submitting a tender
grant (Tw)
pure gold
one word worth a thousand in gold (idiom) / (in praise of a piece of writing or calligraphy) each character is perfect / each word is highly valued
money in circulation / fluid funds
public welfare funds / community chest
ransom
compensation
hedge fund
to gild / (old) wages paid to a performer or a troupe by a theater
gold contract / special drawing right (SDR) / paper gold (finance)
to worship money / to be mad about money
to make an in-app purchase in a game
Alexandr Sergeevich Pushkin (1799-1837), great Russian romantic poet
compensation payment (for injury) / relief payment
to outline in gold
pure gold / solid gold
consumer finance / abbr. of 消費金融|消费金融
Eugene (name)
cash in hand
private equity fund / fund offered to private placement (e.g. hedge fund)
performance bond (international trade)
retirement pay / pension
betrothal money (given to the bride's family)
revolving fund / working capital / petty cash / turnover
Sikkim, Indian state bordering Tibet
a form of transit taxation in China introduced to finance armies to suppress the Taiping Rebellion
cash equivalent (accountancy)
lit. stake a thousand pieces of gold on one throw (idiom); to throw away money recklessly / extravagant
ex gratia payment
reserves (bank)
lit. public opinion is powerful enough to melt metal (idiom) / fig. public clamor can obscure the actual truth / mass spreading of rumors can confuse right and wrong
chicken gizzard lining
J.R.R. Tolkien (1892-1973), British philologist and author of fantasy fiction such as Lord of the Rings 魔戒
to beat a gong / to sound the retreat
to gild / gilt
to commit suicide by swallowing gold

More results available:



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.
top
© 2020 MDBG Made in Holland
Automated or scripted access is prohibited
Privacy and cookies