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Pīnyīn
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mistake / wrong / bad / interlocking / complex / to grind / to polish / to alternate / to stagger / to miss / to let slip / to evade / to inlay with gold or silver
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to correct an error
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surname Cuo
to make a mistake / error
correct / right / not bad / pretty good
to crisscross / to intertwine
to make an error
that's right / sure! / rest assured! / that's good / can't go wrong
to admit an error / to acknowledge one's mistake
to err / to make a mistake / to do the wrong thing
mistake / to make a mistake / to blunder / mistaken
to correct an error
(idiom) due to an unexpected turn of events
to err / to dial a wrong number / to make a typo
mistake / slip-up / fault / error (in data transmission) / accident / mishap
mistake / fault / responsibility (for a fault)
to err / to get sth wrong / to miscalculate / to misunderstand
to misinterpret what one sees or reads / to misjudge (sb) / to mistake (sb for sb else) / to misread (a document)
troubleshooting / debugging / to debug / erratum / to arrange in incorrect sequence
to go the wrong way / to take the wrong (road, exit etc)
criss-crossed (idiom)
to be gravely mistaken (idiom)
to mishear
to misspell / to piece together incorrectly
blunder
Namtso or Lake Nam (officially Nam Co), mountain lake at Nakchu in central Tibet
mistake / slip-up / by accident
(abbr. for 嘗試錯誤|尝试错误) trial and error / failure
to make a serious mistake (idiom)
to repeat errors / to continue blundering / to make continuous mistakes
lit. if it's wrong, it's wrong (idiom); to make the best after a mistake / to accept an error and adapt to it / to muddle through
rushed work leads to errors (idiom)
wine goblets and gambling chips lie intertwined / to drink and gamble together in a large group (idiom) / a big (drinking) party
Yamdrok Lake, Tibet
seafood delicacy
intertwined (of tree roots or branches) / fig. an intricate matter
puzzled / surprised and nonplussed
rarities from the mountain and the sea (idiom); fig. a sumptuous spread of food delicacies
many and varied
lit. shoes and slippers muddled together (idiom); fig. many guests come and go / a lively party
(computing) glitch / bug


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