"Successful" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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 wán mǎn successful / satisfactory
 dé zhòng to succeed in an imperial examination / successful / to hit the target / to win (the lottery) / suitable / proper / just right
 yǒu chéng to succeed / successful
 zhòng jiǎng to win a prize / a successful gamble
 zhòng biāo to win a tender / successful bidder
 dà pái strong card / honor card (card games) / very popular or successful person / self-important
 shàng bǎng to appear on the public roll of successful examinees (i.e. pass an exam) / to make the list / (of a song) to hit the charts
西 Xī shī Xishi (c. 450 BC), famous Chinese beauty, foremost of the four legendary beauties 四大美女[si4 da4 mei3 nu:3], given by King Gou Jian 勾踐|勾践[Gou1 Jian4] of Yue as concubine to King of Wu as part of a successful plan to destroy Wu
 jìn shì successful candidate in the highest imperial civil service examination / palace graduate
 jǔ rén graduate / successful candidate in the imperial provincial examination
 nu:3 qiáng rén successful career woman / able woman
 dà gōng gào chéng successfully accomplished (project or goal) / to be highly successful
 lòu liǎn to show one's face / to make one's good name / to become successful and well known / to shine
 Duō ěr gǔn Dorgon (1612-1651), fourteenth son of Nurhaci 努爾哈赤|努尔哈赤, successful general, instrumental in Manchu conquest of China, ruled China as regent 1644-1650 for his nephew Emperor Shunzhi 順治帝
 dú zhàn áo tóu to come first in triennial palace examinations (idiom, refers to the carved stone turtle head in front of the imperial palace, next to which the most successful candidate in the imperial examinations was entitled to stand) / to be the champion / to be the very best in any field
 wú wǎng bù lì to be successful in every endeavor
 xiào lián xiaolian, two examination subjects in Han, later a single subject in Ming and Qing / successful second degree candidate
 fā bǎng to publish a roll-call of successful candidates
 chū bǎng to publish class list of successful exam candidates
 gōng dé yuán mǎn virtuous achievements come to their successful conclusion (idiom)
 fáng gōng hài néng to constrain and limit successful, capable people
 xué ér yōu zé shì one who is successful in one's studies, can become an official (idiom)
 shì yè yǒu chéng to be successful in business / professional success
 gōng yù shàn qí shì , bì xiān lì qí qì To do a good job, an artisan needs the best tools (idiom). Good tools are prerequisite to the successful execution of a job
 nián xiōng lit. older brother / fig. fellow students who are successful in the imperial examinations
 yù shàn qí shì , bì xiān lì qí qì To do a good job, an artisan needs the best tools (idiom). Good tools are prerequisite to the successful execution of a job
 chéng gōng de nán rén hòu mian bì yǒu yī gè fèng xiàn de nu:3 rén Every successful man has a dedicated woman behind him (European proverb).
 wǔ jǔ successful military candidate in the imperial provincial examination
 Tāng Yù lín Tang Yulin (1871-1937), minor warlord in northeast China, sometime governor of Chengde 承德, mostly poor in battle but very successful at accumulating personal wealth
  Intercountry exchange programme on successful practices in empowering older persons
 xué yè yǒu chéng to be successful in one's studies / academic success
 chéng zé wéi wáng , bài zé wéi kòu lit. called a king if successful, called a bandit if defeated (idiom) / fig. losers are always in the wrong
 chéng bu liǎo qì hòu won't get far / unlikely to be successful
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