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defer
dɪ'fɜr
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Yield to another's wish or opinion.
  2. Hold back to a later time.
Hyphenationde•fer
Part of Speech(动) verb
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推迟tuīchíto postpone; to put off; to defer
延期yánqīto delay; to extend; to postpone; to defer
听从tīngcóngto listen and obey; to comply with; to heed; to hearken
缓期huǎnqīto defer; to put off (until later); to postpone
延缓yánhuǎnto defer; to postpone; to put off; to retard; to slow something down
延后yánhòuto postpone; to defer; to delay
押后yāhòuto adjourn; to defer
遵从zūncóngto comply with; to follow (directives); to defer (to the judgment of superiors)
顺从shùncóngobedient; to comply; to submit; to defer
qiú(ancient form of ) slow; gradual; tardy; leisurely, to delay; to put off; to defer
huǎnslow; unhurried; sluggish; gradual; not tense; relaxed; to postpone; to defer; to stall; to stave off; to revive; to recuperate
服从fúcóngto obey (an order); to comply; to defer
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