Chinese English Pinyin Dictionary

  • Trad.
    shū yíng
    win or loss outcome
  • extensive ample rich obtain aim to win to get plentiful to gamble
  • Trad.
    to beat to win to profit
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  • Trad.
    shèng sù
    to win a court case
  • Trad.
    yíng dé
    to win to gain
  • Trad.
    zhēng qǔ
    to fight for to strive for to win over
  • Trad.
    zhòng xuǎn
    to win an election to get a position by passing the imperial exam
  • Trad.
    shuāng yíng
    profitable to both sides a win-win situation
  • bó dé
    to win to gain
  • Trad.
    zhēng guāng
    to win an honor to strive to win a prize
  • Trad.
    zhòng jiǎng
    to win a prize a successful gamble
  • qǔ cháng bǔ duǎn
    lit. use others' strengths to make up for one's weak points (idiom from Mencius) to use this in place of that what you lose on the swings, you win on the roundabouts
  • Trad.
    duó guàn
    to seize the crown fig. to win a championship to win gold medal
  • shī ér fù dé
    to regain to lose and win back to find again regained
  • Trad.
    wèn dǐng
    lit. to inquire of the tripods (idiom); fig. to plan to seize power of the whole country grand ambitions to win
  • Trad.
    tǎo hǎo
    to get the desired outcome to win favor by fawning on sb to curry favor with a fruitful outcome to reward one's labor
  • Trad.
    duó kuí
    to seize to win
  • bó qǔ
    to win (favors, confidence etc)
  • zhòng yì
    to take sb's fancy to win approval
  • gōng chéng míng jiù
    to win success and recognition (idiom)
  • Trad.
    dǎ xiǎng
    to start shooting or firing to win an initial success to succeed (of a plan)
  • yíng
    old variant of 贏|赢[yíng], to win, to profit old variant of 盈[yíng], full
  • Trad.
    chán lián
    to continue in a post (to hold a post) several times in succession (to win a title) in successive years to stay at number one to defend a championship
  • Trad.
    hào shèng
    eager to win competitive aggressive
  • Trad.
    zhòng biāo
    to win a tender successful bidder
  • Trad.
    zhòng qiān
    to win a ballot to draw a lucky number
  • Trad.
    gòng yíng
    mutually profitable win-win
  • Trad.
    dé jiǎng
    win a prize
  • Trad. 滿
    mǎn guàn
    to win every trick in a card game grand slam fig. total success
  • Trad.
    huò shèng
    victorious to win to triumph
  • kòng zhì quán
    control (e.g. to win control) controlling right
  • jīn bǎng tí míng
    to win top marks in the imperial examinations
  • Trad.
    dé biāo
    to win a bid to win a trophy in a contest
  • zhòng cǎi
    to win a lottery
  • dà huò quán shèng
    to seize total victory (idiom); an overwhelming victory to win by a landslide (in election)
  • Trad.
    lǒng luò
    to win sb over
  • huò dé shèng lì
    to win
  • qí kāi dé shèng
    lit. to win a victory on raising the flag (idiom); fig. to start on sth and have immediate success success in a single move
  • bèi shuǐ yī zhàn
    lit. fight with one's back to the river (idiom); fig. to fight to win or die
  • chū qí zhì shèng
    to win by a surprise move
  • bǎi zhàn bù dài
    to come unscathed through a hundred battles (idiom, from Sunzi's Art of War 孫子兵法|孙子兵法[Sūn zǐ Bīng fǎ]); to win every fight
  • pěng bēi
    to win a championship to come out top to take the cup
  • dé zhòng
    to succeed in an imperial examination successful to hit the target to win (the lottery) suitable proper just right
  • kōng shǒu ér guī
    to return empty-handed to fail to win anything
  • Trad.
    shèng xuǎn
    to win an election
  • dé cùn jìn chǐ
    lit. win an inch, want a foot (idiom); fig. not satisfied with small gains give him an inch, and he'll want a mile
  • kǔ ròu jì
    feigning self-injury to win confidence confidence game CL:條|条[tiáo]
  • lì cuò
    to win as a result of tenacious effort to fight off tough competition
  • Trad.
    dé shì
    to win power to get authority to become dominant
  • Trad.
    zuò liǎn
    to win honor to put on a stern face make-up
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