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indulge
ɪn'dəldʒ
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Yield (to); give satisfaction to.
  2. Enjoy to excess.
  3. Give free rein to.
  4. Treat with excessive indulgence.
Hyphenationin•dulge
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb
Matching Results
放任fàngrènto ignore; to let alone; to indulge
迁就qiānjiùto yield; to adapt to; to accommodate to (something)
娇宠jiāochǒngto indulge; to spoil
娇纵jiāozòngto indulge (a child); to pamper; to spoil
放纵fàngzòngto indulge; to pamper; to connive at; permissive; indulgent; self-indulgent; unrestrained; undisciplined; uncultured; boorish
流泆liúyìto indulge; licentious
纵令zònglìngto indulge; to give free rein; even if
沉醉于chénzuì yúto indulge
纵容zòngróngto indulge; to connive at
放任自流fàngrèn zìliúto let somebody do whatever they want; to indulge; to give free reins to; to let things slide; to drift aimlessly; laissez-faire
to drown; to indulge; addicted to; to spoil (a child)
zòngwarp (the vertical threads in weaving); vertical; longitudinal; north-south (lines of longitude); lengthwise; to release; to indulge; even if
纵放zòngfàngundisciplined; untrammeled; to indulge
chěngto show off; to flaunt; to carry out or succeed in a scheme; to indulge; to give free rein to
guànaccustomed to; used to; indulge; to spoil (a child)
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