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greedy
'griːdiː
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Wanting to eat or drink more than one can reasonably consume.
  2. Immoderately desirous of acquiring e.g. wealth.
  3. Ardently or excessively desirous.
Hyphenationgreed•y
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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贪吃tānchīgluttonous; voracious
贪婪tānlánavaricious; greedy; rapacious; insatiable; avid
渴望kěwàngto thirst for; to long for
贪食tānshígreedy; glutton
贪心tānxīngreedy
covetous; greedy; stingy
chángluttonous; greedy
贪馋tānchángluttonous; greedy; insatiable; avid
馋鬼chánguǐglutton; greedy; piggish
fast; greedy; run rapidly
hāngto covet; greedy
chángluttonous; greedy; to have a craving
馋涎欲滴chán xián yùdīlit. to drool with desire (idiom); fig. to hunger for; greedy
lànto go beyond normal limit; excessive; out of control, to covet; greedy, to be impolite, used in girl's name
xuānto pull up the sleeves and show the arms, to fight with bare hands, to desire for more than one's rightful share; to covet; greedy
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