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lack
læk
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The state of needing something that is absent or unavailable.
(动) As a verb
  1. Be without.
Hyphenationlack
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb
Matching Results
缺乏quēfáto lack; to be short of; lack; shortage
不足bùzúinsufficient; lacking; deficiency; not enough; inadequate; not worth; cannot; should not
短少duǎnshǎoto be short of the full amount
没有méiyǒuhaven't; hasn't; doesn't exist; to not have; to not be
需要xūyàoto need; to want; to demand; to require; requirement; need
kuìto lack; lacking; empty; exhausted; (Chinese surname)
zhuóto join together; to lack; narrow and shallow
短欠duǎnqiànto fall short in one's payments; to lack; to be short of
quēdeficiency; lack; scarce; vacant post; to run short of
贫乏pínfáimpoverished; lacking; deficient; limited; meager; impoverishment; lack; deficiency
qiàndeficient; to owe; to lack; yawn
not to have; no; none; not; to lack; un-; -less
缺少quēshǎolack; shortage of; shortfall; to be short (of); to lack
shǎofew; less; to lack; to be missing; to stop (doing something); seldom
duǎnshort; brief; to lack; weak point; fault
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