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bully
buːlliː
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Very good.
(名) As a noun
  1. A cruel and brutal fellow.
  2. A hired thug.
(动) As a verb
  1. Discourage or frighten with threats or a domineering manner; intimidate.
  2. Be bossy towards.
Hyphenationbul•ly
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb, (形) adjective, (叹) interjection
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威胁wēixiéto threaten; to menace
恐吓kǒnghèto threaten; to menace
欺负qīfuto bully
好的hǎodeOK; yes; good
hàoto be fond of; to have a tendency to; to be prone to
hǎogood; well; proper; good to; easy to; very; so; (suffix indicating completion or readiness); (of two people) close; on intimate terms
第一流dìyī liúfirst-class
十分shífēnvery; completely; utterly; extremely; absolutely; hundred percent; to divide into ten equal parts
地痞dìpǐbully; local ruffian
欺压qīyāto bully; to push around
to bully; wheel-rut
欺侮qīwǔto bully
侮慢wǔmànto humiliate; to bully
强梁qiángliángruffian; bully
恃强欺弱shì qiáng qī ruòto use one's strength to mistreat people (idiom); to bully
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