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boss
bɑːs
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Exceptionally good.
(名) As a noun
  1. A circular rounded projection or protuberance.
  2. A person responsible for hiring workers.
  3. A person who exercises control and makes decisions.
  4. A person who exercises control over workers.
  5. A leader in a political party who controls votes and dictates appointments.
(动) As a verb
  1. Raise in a relief.
Hyphenationboss
Part of Speech(名) noun
Matching Results
老板lǎobǎnboss; business proprietor; Robam (brand)
上司shàngsiboss; superior
liútumor
浮雕fúdiāorelief sculpture
母牛mǔniúcow
指挥zhǐhuīto conduct; to command; to direct; conductor (of an orchestra)
控制kòngzhìcontrol; to exercise control over; to contain
老总lǎozǒngboss; executive
大老板dà lǎobǎnboss
头子tóuziboss; gang leader
大拿dàná(coll.) man in power; boss; authority; expert
首领shǒulǐnghead; boss; chief
东家dōngjiāmaster (i.e. employer); landlord; boss
头家tóujiāorganizer of a gambling party who takes a cut of the winnings; banker (gambling); preceding player (in a game); (dialect) boss; proprietor
龙头lóngtóufaucet; water tap; bicycle handle bar; chief (esp. of gang); boss; decision maker; (market) leader (of companies); front end of mud-flow; figurehead on prow of dragon boat 龙船
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