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humble
'həmbəl
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Of low birth or station.
  2. Marked by meekness or modesty; not arrogant or prideful.
  3. Used of unskilled work (especially domestic work).
  4. Low or inferior in station or quality.
(动) As a verb
  1. Cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of.
  2. Cause to be unpretentious.
Hyphenationhum•ble
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (及物的动) transitive verb
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卑下bēixiàbase; low
谦逊qiānxùnhumble; modest; unpretentious; modesty
粗陋cūlòucrude; coarse; unsophisticated; shallow
cuòobstructed; to fail; to oppress; to repress; to lower the tone; to bend back; to dampen
贬抑biǎnyìto belittle; to disparage; to demean
下贱xiàjiànhumble; lowly; depraved; contemptible
卑陋bēilòuhumble; petty; crude
微贱wēijiànhumble; lowly
㧑损huīsǔnto humble
wěihumble; rustic; plentiful
菲薄fěibóhumble; meager; thin; to despise
谦卑qiānbēihumble
负荆fùjīnghumble (apology)
低微dīwēimeager (wages); humble (social status); feeble (voice)
孤寒gūhánalone and poor; humble
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