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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Slow to learn or understand; lacking intellectual acuity.
  2. Having high relative density or specific gravity.
  3. Hard to pass through because of dense growth.
  4. Permitting little if any light to pass through because of denseness of matter.
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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浓厚nónghòudense; thick (fog, clouds etc); to have a strong interest in; deep; fully saturated (color)
密集mìjíconcentrated; crowded together; intensive; compressed
dense (growth); melancholy; (Chinese surname)
密致mìzhìdense; close spaced
森森sēnsēndense (of trees); thick; ghastly; eerie
森然sēnrán(of tall trees) dense, thick; awe-inspiring
氤氲yīnyūndense (of smoke, mist)
深密shēnmìdense; thick
浓重nóngzhòngdense; thick; strong; rich (colors); heavy (aroma); deep (friendship); profound (effect)
chóudense; crowded; thick; many
缜匝zhěnzādense; fine (texture)
蒙茏ménglóngdense (of foliage)
dense; crowded; closely, a piece of wood used to strike off grain in a measure thus - to level; all; to adjust; overall
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