"Numerous" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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广 guǎng dà (of an area) vast or extensive / large-scale / widespread / (of people) numerous
 duō many / much / often / a lot of / numerous / more / in excess / how (to what extent) / multi- / Taiwan pr. [duo2] when it means "how"
 bǎi hundred / numerous / all kinds of
 dà liàng great amount / large quantity / bulk / numerous / generous / magnanimous
 zhòng duō numerous
 bù yī ér zú by no means an isolated case / numerous
 lín lín zǒng zǒng in great abundance / numerous
 shēn shēn numerous
 yún yún numerous / diverse and varied
 hǎi ocean / sea / CL:個|个[ge4],片[pian4] / great number of people or things / (dialect) numerous
 hào fán vast / voluminous / many and varied / numerous / extensive amount of / exhaustive / heavy (expenditure) / arduous / strenuous / exhausting / draining / burdensome
广 guǎng wide / numerous / to spread
 fēn numerous / confused / disorderly
 yún confused / numerous
 shēn long / numerous
 huǒ many / numerous
 shù yǐ wàn jì tens of thousands / numerous
 mǐ many / numerous
 rǒng rǒng numerous / excessive / multitude
 ǎi ǎi luxuriant (growth) / numerous / cloudy / misty / snowing heavily
 fēn fēn one after another / in succession / one by one / continuously / diverse / in profusion / numerous and confused / pell-mell
 mì mi má má numerous and close together / densely packed / thickly dotted / thick / dense
 jǐ jīng to go through numerous (setbacks, revisions etc)
 Hóng qiáo Hongqiao, the name of numerous entities, notably a major airport in Shanghai, and a district in Tianjin
 Zhuàng zú Zhuang ethnic group of Guangxi, the PRC's second most numerous ethnic group
 Tiān chí "heavenly lake", lake situated on a mountain / used as the name of numerous lakes, such as 長白山天池|长白山天池[Chang2 bai2 shan1 Tian1 chi2]
 Lóng huá Longhua, name of numerous entities, notably Longhua Temple 龍華寺|龙华寺 / in Shanghai and Longhua District of Haikou City 海口市[Hai3 kou3 Shi4], Hainan
 fēn luàn numerous and disorderly
 fēn fán numerous and complicated
 Zhōng shān Gōng yuán Zhongshan Park, the name of numerous parks in China, honoring Sun Yat-sen 孫中山|孙中山[Sun1 Zhong1 shan1]
 bù shèng méi jǔ too numerous to mention individually or one by one
 Zhāng Huà Zhang Hua (232-300), Western Jin writer, poet and politician / Zhang Hua (1958-1982), student held up as a martyr after he died saving an old peasant from a septic tank / other Zhang Hua's too numerous to mention
 zhū zǐ various sages / refers to the classical schools of thought, e.g. Confucianism 儒[ru2] represented by Confucius 孔子[Kong3 zi3] and Mencius 孟子[Meng4 zi3], Daoism 道[dao4] by Laozi 老子[Lao3 zi3] and Zhuangzi 莊子|庄子[Zhuang1 zi3], Mohism 墨[mo4] by Mozi 墨子[Mo4 zi3], Legalism 法[fa3] by Sunzi 孫子|孙子[Sun1 zi3] and Han Feizi 韓非子|韩非子[Han2 Fei1 zi3], and numerous others
 Guān dōng jūn Japanese Kwantung army (or Kantō / army), notorious for numerous atrocities in China during WWII
 qiān chuí bǎi liàn after hard work and numerous revisions (idiom) / the vicissitudes of life
 fēn zá numerous and confused / in a mess
 dié xiān form of divination similar to the Ouija board, in which participants use their forefingers to push a small saucer over a sheet of paper inscribed with numerous Chinese characters
 jǔ bù shèng jǔ too numerous to list (idiom) / innumerable
 fán mì numerous and close together / (of hair) luxuriant / (of woods) dense / (of gunfire) intense
广 dà tíng guǎng zhòng public place with numerous people
 bǎi duān dài jǔ a thousand things remain to be done (idiom) / numerous tasks remain to be undertaken
 bù zhī fán jǐ one can't tell how many / numerous similar cases
 fǔ shí jiē shì lit. so numerous that one could just bend down and pick them up (idiom) / fig. extremely common / easily available
 shù zhǒng numerous types / many kinds
 Sēn Xǐ lǎng MORI Yoshirō / (1937-), Japanese rugby player and politician, prime minister 2000-2001, famous for numerous gaffes
 qiān chuí bǎi liàn (idiom) after hard work and numerous revisions / the vicissitudes of life
·  MORI Yoshirō / (1937-), Japanese rugby player and politician, prime minister 2000-2001, famous for numerous gaffes
 fán bó numerous and wide-ranging
 qìng bǐ nán shū too numerous to be cited (of atrocities or misdeeds) (idiom) / see also 罄竹難書|罄竹难书[qing4 zhu2 nan2 shu1]
 zhū zǐ shí jiā various sages and ten schools of thought / refers to the classical schools of thought, e.g. Confucianism 儒[ru2] represented by Confucius 孔子[Kong3 zi3] and Mencius 孟子[Meng4 zi3], Daoism 道[dao4] by Laozi 老子[Lao3 zi3] and Zhuangzi 莊子|庄子[Zhuang1 zi3], Mohism 墨[mo4] by Mozi 墨子[Mo4 zi3], Legalism 法[fa3] by Sunzi 孫子|孙子[Sun1 zi3] and Han Feizi 韓非子|韩非子[Han2 Fei1 zi3], and numerous others
 Sēn · Xǐ lǎng MORI Yoshirō / (1937-), Japanese rugby player and politician, prime minister 2000-2001, famous for numerous gaffes
 chóu zhuó numerous and confused / forming a confused mass
 shuā dān to generate fake transactions in order to game a commercial online platform (one that rewards users who make numerous transactions)
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