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adopted
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Acquired as your own by free choice.
Hyphenationa•dopt•ed
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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可决kějuéto adopt; to pass; to vote approval (of a law etc)
抱养bàoyǎngadopt (a child)
过房guòfángto adopt; to give for adoption (usually to a childless relative)
过继guòjìto adopt; to give for adoption (usually to a childless relative)
采用cǎiyòngto adopt; to employ; to use
采择cǎizéto choose and use; to adopt (a decision)
摆出bǎichūto assume; to adopt (a look, pose, manner etc); to bring out for display
收养shōuyǎngto take in and care for (an elderly person, a dog etc); to adopt (a child); adoption
认领rènlǐngto claim (as one's property); to adopt (a child); to accept (an illegitimate child as one's own)
领养lǐngyǎngadoption; to adopt (a child)
采纳cǎinàto accept; to adopt
justice; righteousness; meaning; foster (father etc); adopted; artificial (tooth, limb etc); relationship; friendship; (Chinese surname); (Tw) abbr. for 义大利, Italy
承袭chéngxíto inherit; to follow; to adopt
认养rènyǎngto sponsor; to adopt (pledge to give somebody or something one's special attention or support); to adopt (choose to raise a child or animal as one's own)
通过tōngguòby means of; through; via; to pass through; to get through; to adopt; to pass (a bill or inspection etc); to switch over
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