"Superior" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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 gāo míng brilliant / superior / tall and bright
 yōu yuè superior / superiority
 shàng si boss / superior
 shàng guān high-ranking official / superior
 yōu shèng winning / superior
 gāo rén yī děng a cut above others / superior
 yōu děng first-rate / of the highest order / high-class / excellent / superior
 yōu excellent / superior
 xiù handsome / refined / elegant / graceful / superior / show (loanword) / CL:場|场[chang2] / (literary) to grow / to bloom / (of crops) to produce ears
 yōu huà optimization / to optimize / to make superior
 gāo dàng superior quality / high grade / top grade
 jīng liáng excellent / of superior quality
 pī shì to write comments on a report submitted by a subordinate / written comments from a superior
 bài jiàn to pay a formal visit / to call to pay respects / to meet one's senior or superior
 kē tóu to kowtow (traditional greeting, esp. to a superior, involving kneeling and pressing one's forehead to the ground)
 gào zhuàng to tell on sb / to complain (to a teacher, a superior etc) / to bring a lawsuit
 zú xià you (used to a superior or between persons of the same generation) / below the foot
 kòu tóu to kowtow (traditional greeting, esp. to a superior, involving kneeling and pressing one's forehead to the ground) / also written 磕頭|磕头[ke1 tou2]
 xiè ēn to thank sb for favor (esp. emperor or superior official)
 dǐng tóu shàng si one's immediate superior
 qiáo qiān to move (to a superior place) / promotion
 qīng chū yú lán lit. green is born of blue, but beats blue (idiom) / fig. the student becomes superior to the master / same as couplet 青出於藍,而勝於藍|青出于蓝,而胜于蓝
 shèng sì to surpass / better than / superior to
 hè lì jī qún a crane in a flock of chicken (idiom) / way above the common / manifestly superior
 quán tou chǎn pǐn competitive product / superior goods / with real punch
退 tuì bì sān shè lit. to retreat three day's march (idiom) / fig. to give way in the face of superior strength / a strategic withdrawal
 zūn bēi superior and subordinate / social ranking
 huí bǐng to report back to one's superior
 zūn zhǎng one's superior / one's elders and betters
 bù mǎi zhàng not to acknowledge sb as senior or superior / not to believe sth / don't buy it (slang)
 chāo děng superior grade
 mǎi zhàng to acknowledge sb as senior or superior (often in negative) / to accept (a version of events) / to buy it
 zhuó shí superior judgment / sagacity
 shèng victory / success / to beat / to defeat / to surpass / victorious / superior to / to get the better of / better than / surpassing / superb (of vista) / beautiful (scenery) / wonderful (view) / (Taiwan pr. [sheng1]) able to bear / equal to (a task)
 sài to compete / competition / match / to surpass / better than / superior to / to excel
 fèng to offer (tribute) / to present respectfully (to superior, ancestor, deity etc) / to esteem / to revere / to believe in (a religion) / to wait upon / to accept orders (from superior)
 chéng to present to a superior / memorial / petition / to present (a certain appearance) / to assume (a shape) / to be (a certain color)
 huì to avoid mentioning / taboo word / name of deceased emperor or superior
 shì to murder a superior / to murder one's parent
 shòu chǒng ruò jīng overwhelmed by favor from superior (humble expr.)
 tiān bīng tiān jiàng celestial troops and generals (idiom) / fig. superior forces
 nán zūn nu:3 bēi to regard men as superior to women (idiom)
 qiáng strong / superior
 Sū bì lì ěr Hú Lake Superior, one of the Great Lakes 五大湖[Wu3 da4 hu2]
 tiáo chén to lay out (an argument) item by item / memorandum to a superior
 qì jiàn to counsel a superior in tears indicating absolute sincerity
 qīng chū yú lán , ér shèng yú lán lit. the color blue is made out of indigo but is more vivid than indigo (idiom) / fig. the student becomes superior to the master
 bǐ xià qù to defeat / to be superior to
 tīng jūn yī xí huà , shèng dú shí nián shū listening to the words of a wise man can be superior to studying ten years of books (proverb)
 fěng jiàn (literary) to remonstrate with one's superior tactfully
 chàng hēi liǎn to play the role of the strict parent (or superior etc)
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