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dim
dɪm
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Lacking in light; not bright or harsh.
  2. Made dim or less bright.
  3. Slow to learn or understand; lacking intellectual acuity.
  4. Lacking clarity or distinctness.
  5. Offering little or no hope.
(动) As a verb
  1. Become vague or indistinct.
  2. Make dim by comparison or conceal.
  3. Make dim or lusterless.
  4. Become dim or lusterless.
  5. Switch (a car's headlights) from a higher to a lower beam.
Hyphenationdim
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (动) verb
Matching Results
暗淡àndàndark; dim (light); dull (color); drab; (fig.) gloomy; bleak
朦胧ménglónghazy
模糊不清móhu bùqīngindistinct; fuzzy; blurred with age
kuìdim
昏花hūnhuādim (eyesight); blurred (vision)
ài(of daylight) dim; obscure; clandestine; dubious
混茫hùnmángdim; obscure
黯然ànrándim; sad
shàodim; ambiguous; unclear eyesight, sharp ends of something
阴暗yīn'àndim; dark; overcast; darkness; shadow; (fig.) dismal; gloomy; somber; murky; shadowy (side)
jiàodark; dim; eyesight obscured, angry look; angry eyes
huǎng(corrupted form of ) blurred; dim, obscure; confused in mind
淡淡dàndànfaint; dim; dull; insipid; unenthusiastic; indifferent
màoindistinct vision; dim
cǎndark; dim; gloomy; bleak
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