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ill
ɪl
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Presaging ill fortune.
  2. Distressing.
  3. Resulting in suffering or adversity.
  4. Indicating hostility or enmity.
  5. Affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function.
(名) As a noun
  1. An often persistent bodily disorder or disease; a cause for complaining.
(副) As an adverb
  1. In a poor or improper or unsatisfactory manner; not well.
  2. Ill.
  3. Unfavorably or with disapproval.
HyphenationIll
Part of Speech(名) noun
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有病yǒubìngto be sick
不健康bù jiànkāngill-health
huàibad; spoiled; broken; to break down; (suffix) to the utmost
拙劣zhuōlièclumsy; botched
麻烦máfaninconvenient; troublesome; annoying; to trouble or bother somebody; to put somebody to trouble
不利地bùlì deunadvantageous
不利bùlìunfavorable; disadvantageous; harmful; detrimental
不完全bù wánquánnot completely
欠安qiàn'ānill (euphemism)
不善bùshànbad; ill; not good at; not to be pooh-poohed; quite impressive
be injured; ill (of animals)
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