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dignified
'dɪgnə,faɪd
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Having or expressing dignity; especially formality or stateliness in bearing or appearance.
  2. Having or showing self-esteem.
Hyphenationdig•ni•fied
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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使高贵shǐ gāoguìto dignify
凝重níngzhòngdignified; imposing (attitude); heavy (atmosphere); (music etc) deep and resounding
威严wēiyándignified; imposing; august; awe-inspiring; awe; prestige; dignity
端庄duānzhuāngdignified; composed
端雅duānyǎdignified
yǎnmajestic; dignified
冠冕堂皇guānmiǎn tánghuánghigh-sounding; dignified; pompous (idiom)
道貌岸然dào mào ànránsanctimonious; dignified
庄严zhuāngyánsolemn; dignified; stately
俨然yǎnránjust like; solemn; dignified; neatly laid out
厚重hòuzhòngthick; heavy; thickset (body); massive; generous; extravagant; profound; dignified
整肃zhěngsùstrict; serious; solemn; dignified; to tidy upto clean up; to purge; to adjust
轩昂xuān'ánghigh; lofty; elevated; dignified
齐整qízhěngneat; uniform; (said of a woman) dignified
diànsavings and (or) reserves; (same as U+5960 ) to settle; to lay; (same as U+588A ) to advance (money), to cushion, to sink into; (said of manner) dignified; stately; graceful
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