Dictionary content from CC-CEDICT

Auto complete input: off | on

100 results on this page.

English Definition Add a new word to the dictionary Traditional
  *马* | 马* | *马
horse / CL: / horse or cavalry piece in Chinese chess / knight in Western chess
  *马* | 马* | *马
surname Ma / abbr. for Malaysia 馬來西亞|马来西亚
sea horse / hippocampus
feral horse / free-roaming horse / wild horse
Rome, capital of Italy
colt / pony
BMW (car company)
precious horse
dark horse / fig. unexpected winner
to ride a horse
Real Madrid soccer team / abbr. for 皇家馬德里|皇家马德里
Minister of War (official title in pre-Han Chinese states) / two-character surname Sima
mythical horse / Internet slang for 什麼|什么
at once / immediately / promptly / swiftly
wooden horse / rocking horse / vaulting horse (gymnastics) / trojan horse (computing)
lit. green plums and hobby-horse (idiom) / fig. innocent children's games / childhood sweethearts / a couple who grew up as childhood friends
horse race / horse racing
to ride (a horse) / to go on horseback
zebra / CL:
fine horse / steed
to get on a horse / to mount
celestial horse (mythology) / fine horse / Ferghana horse / (western mythology) Pegasus
(official title) herald to the crown prince (in imperial China)
men and horses / troops / group of people / troop / staff / centaur
Hummer (vehicle brand)
Trojan horse, to add malware to a website or program (computing)
Barack Obama (1961-), US Democrat politician, president 2009-2017
at the gallop
ancient Rome
Lima, capital of Peru
water-filled barrier
bamboo stick used as a toy horse
armored horse / cavalry / metal chimes hanging from eaves / steel barricade / (Tw) bike
vehicles and horses
emperor's son-in-law
Puma (brand)
variant of 費瑪|费玛
lit. ten thousand mile horse / fine steed
Year 7, year of the Horse (e.g. 2002)
Tsushima Island, between Japan and South Korea
troops and horses / military forces
lit. single spear and horse (idiom); fig. single-handed / unaccompanied
abbr. for Singapore 新加坡 and Malaysia 馬來西亞|马来西亚
Yima county level city in Sanmenxia 三門峽|三门峡, Henan
to set out (on a campaign) / to stand for election / to throw one's cap in the ring
horse race / to ride a horse at a fast pace / (dialect) wet dream
trestle / carpenter's frame
(lit.) to fall from a horse / (fig.) to suffer a setback / to come a cropper / to be sacked (e.g. for corruption)
ultramarathon / abbr. for 超級馬拉松|超级马拉松
gamma (Greek letter Γγ) (loanword)
to dismount from a horse / (fig.) to abandon (a project)
to urge on a horse using a whip or spurs
military horse / by extension, military matters
original cast / former team
merry-go-round / carousel
lit. the old man lost his horse, but it all turned out for the best (idiom) / fig. a blessing in disguise / it's an ill wind that blows nobody any good
to fall off a horse
male horse / stallion
lit. the black horse of the herd / fig. troublemaker / the black sheep of the family
Houma county level city in Linfen 臨汾|临汾, Shanxi
to guide a horse with the reins / to rein in a horse
magnificent army with thousands of men and horses (idiom); impressive display of manpower / all the King's horses and all the King's men
grass mud horse / used as a substitute for 肏你媽|肏你妈, to mock or avoid censorship on the Internet
domestic horse
post horse
to urge on a horse by patting its bottom / fig. to encourage / same as 拍馬屁|拍马屁, to flatter or toady
lit. a horse that brings trouble to its herd (idiom) / fig. troublemaker / black sheep / rotten apple
magnificent carriage and precious horses (idiom); rich family with extravagant lifestyle / ostentatious display of luxury
Tian Ji races his horses (and accepts one loss in order to ensure two wins) (idiom)
Zuma (name) / Jacob Zuma (1942-), South African ANC politician, vice-president 1999-2005, president 2009-2018
stallion / stud horse
variant of 砝碼|砝码
Alexandre Dumas, père (1802-1870), French writer
pack animal / horse and mule
oxen and horses / beasts of burden / CL: 隻|只
lit. heart like a frisky monkey, mind like a cantering horse (idiom); fig. capricious (derog.) / to have ants in one's pants / hyperactive / adventurous and uncontrollable
very powerful army
startled horse
Alabama, US state
lit. to exert one's horse / fig. war exploits / warhorse
centaur (mythology)
to let (sb) off / to let (sb) get away with sth
Ferghana horse
(literary) (swift like a) speeding horse
Duma, lower chamber of Russian parliament
to gallop / to spur on a horse / to let one's steed have his head
vault (gymnastics)
to harness a horse / to lasso a horse
cheval de frise (a type of barrier)
horse capable of long expedition / army horse
lit. to work like an ox, to work like a horse; fig. to work extremely hard
Trojan horse
lit. to rein in the horse at the edge of the precipice (idiom) / fig. to act in the nick of time
to smooth whiskers and pat a horse's bottom (idiom); to use flatter to get what one wants / to toady / boot-licking
Alabama, US state
  ** | * | *

Tip: Do you own / maintain a website? Consider linking to us! Check out the information about linking and logos.
© 2021 MDBG Made in Holland
Automated or scripted access is prohibited
Privacy and cookies