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delicacy
'dɛləkəsiː
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Lightness in movement or manner.
  2. The quality of being beautiful and delicate in appearance.
  3. Subtly skillful handling of a situation.
  4. Lack of physical strength.
  5. Smallness of stature.
  6. Refined taste; tact.
  7. Something considered choice to eat.
Hyphenationdel•i•ca•cy
Part of Speech(名) noun
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细软xìruǎnfine and soft; valuables
精致jīngzhìdelicate; fine; exquisite; refined
娇气jiāoqìdelicate; squeamish; finicky
微妙wēimiàosubtle
棘手jíshǒuthorny (problem); intractable
微弱wēiruò, wéiruò (Tw)weak; faint; feeble
灵敏língmǐnsmart; clever; sensitive; keen; quick; sharp
灵巧língqiǎodeft; nimble; ingenious
珍馐zhēnxiūdelicacy; dainties; rare foodstuff
美馔měizhuàndelicacy
美味měiwèidelicious; delicious food; delicacy
xiānfresh; bright (in color); delicious; tasty; delicacy; aquatic foods
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