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carving
'kɑːrvɪŋ
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Creating figures or designs in three dimensions.
  2. Removing parts from hard material to create a desired pattern or shape.
  3. A sculpture created by removing material (as wood or ivory or stone) in order to create a desired shape.
Hyphenationcarv•ing
Part of Speech(名) noun
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qièto cut; to carve; to engrave; to chisel; fig. to chisel away at
lòuto engrave; to carve; hard steel
雕琢diāozhuóto sculpt; to carve (jade); ornate artwork; overly elaborate prose
雕镌diāojuānto engrave (wood or stone); to carve
diāo(same as ) to engrave; to carve; to tattoo
lóu(same as ) human skeleton, (interchangeable ) to engrave; to carve
切成qiēchéngto cut up (into pieces); to slice; to carve; to dice; to shred
kānto print; to publish; publication; periodical; to peel with a knife; to carve; to amend
to rein in; to compel; to force; to carve; to engrave; (literary) to command; to lead; lux (unit of illumination); (literary) bridle
kānto peel with a knife; to carve; to amend
carpenter's square; rule; regulation; pattern; to carve
kōuto dig out; to pick out (with one's fingers); to carve; to cut; to study meticulously; to lift one's clothes; stingy; miserly
雕塑diāosùa statue; a Buddhist image; sculpture; to carve
quarter (hour); moment; to carve; to engrave; to cut; oppressive; measure word for short time intervals
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