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exquisite
'ɛkskwɪzɪt
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Of extreme beauty.
  2. Delicately beautiful.
  3. Lavishly elegant and refined.
  4. Intense or sharp.
Hyphenationex•quis•ite
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
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chǔexquisite; fine, bright-colored clothes, clear white
exquisite; fine, sharp; distinct, bright-colored
jǐnexquisite; fine, sweet; taste a little sweet, to taste, diseases (of the lips)
如花似玉rúhuā sì yùdelicate as a flower, refined as a precious jade (idiom); (of a woman) exquisite
小巧玲珑xiǎoqiǎo línglóngdainty and delicate; exquisite
精湛jīngzhànconsummate; exquisite
piánpretty; exquisite; fine
玲珑línglóng(onom.) clink of jewels; exquisite; detailed and fine; clever; nimble
精工jīnggōngrefined; delicate; exquisite (craftsmanship); Seiko, Japanese watch and electronics company
qióngjasper; fine jade; beautiful; exquisite (e.g. wine, food); abbr. for Hainan province
考究kǎojiūto investigate; to check and research; exquisite
yǎodeep and dark; profound, (same as ) tranquil; placid; serene, soft and pleasing; plausible; exquisite; very pleasant
高尚gāoshàngnoble; lofty; refined; exquisite
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