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


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mutton / goat meat
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  *羊* | 羊* | *羊
surname Yang
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sheep / goat / CL: 頭|头, 隻|只
lamb
sheepskin
Yangcheng, a nickname for 廣州|广州
flock of sheep
fleece / wool / woolen
sheep's milk
lamb chop
road as twisty as sheep's intestine (idiom); narrow and winding road / fig. complicated and tricky job
amniotic fluid
knitting wool / wool yarn
epilepsy
amniotic (fluid) / amnion
sheep's head / fig. advertisement for good meat
woolen blanket
goat-man / faun of Greek mythology
croissant
yōkan, gelatin dessert typically made from red bean paste, agar, and sugar, sold in block form
scrapie (prion disease of sheep)
sheep or goat pen
lit. the heart of a sheep in the skin of a tiger (idiom) / fig. impressive in appearance but lacking in substance / braggart
epilepsy
scrapie (prion disease of sheep)
(dialect) towel (especially worn as a turban)
lamb kebab
lanolin / wool oil
Yamdrok Lake, Tibet
parchment
lit. a lamb in a tiger's den (idiom) / fig. to tread dangerous ground
Yamdrok Lake, Tibet
Year of the Ram (e.g. 2003)
faun, half-goat half-human creature of Greek mythology
children's game, similar to knucklebones
variant of 楊桃|杨桃 / carambola / star fruit
lit. wool comes from the sheep's back (idiom); One gets the benefit, but the price has been paid. / Nothing comes for free.
wool sweater; cardigan
amniocentesis (used in Taiwan)
sheep's fat / suet / mutton tallow
scrapie (prion disease of sheep)
epilepsy
minced mutton
sheep-fat white jade, a type of jade
winding road (twisting and turning like a sheep's intestine)
amniocentesis
croissant
Giethoorn (city in the Netherlands)
ground-elder (Aegopodium podagraria)
okra (Hibiscus esculentus) / lady's fingers
lit. billy goat's horns caught in the fence (idiom from Book of Changes 易經|易经); impossible to advance or to retreat / without any way out of a dilemma / trapped / in an impossible situation
alpaca


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