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lackey
'lækiː
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A male servant (especially a footman).
  2. A person who tries to please someone in order to gain a personal advantage.
Hyphenationlack•ey
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb
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仆人púrénservant
侍从shìcóngchamberlain (in imperial China)
马屁精mǎpì jīngtoady; boot-licker
服侍fúshito attend to; to care for (patients etc); to look after; to wait upon; to serve; also written 伏侍, see also 服事
侍候shìhòuto serve; to wait upon
奉承fèngchengto fawn on; to flatter; to ingratiate oneself; flattery
狗腿gǒutuǐlackey; henchman; to kiss up to
碎催suìcuīlackey
马前卒mǎ qián zúlackey; errand boy; lit. runner before a carriage
周狗zhōugǒuobedient dog; lackey
爪牙zhǎoyápawn; lackey; accomplice (in crime); collaborator; henchman; claws and teeth
哈巴狗hǎba gǒupekingese (dog); (fig.) sycophant; lackey
走卒zǒuzúpawn (i.e. foot soldier); servant; lackey (of malefactor)
走狗zǒugǒuhunting dog; hound; (fig.) running dog; lackey
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