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lean
liːn
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Lacking excess flesh.
  2. Not profitable or prosperous.
  3. Lacking in mineral content or combustible material.
  4. Containing little excess.
(名) As a noun
  1. The property possessed by a line or surface that departs from the vertical.
(动) As a verb
  1. Rely on for support.
  2. Cause to lean or incline.
  3. To incline or bend from a vertical position.
  4. Cause to lean to the side.
  5. Have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined.
Hyphenationlean
Part of Speech(动) verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb, (名) noun, (形) adjective
Matching Results
倾斜qīngxiéto incline; to lean; to slant; to slope; to tilt
to lean on; to rely upon
kàoto lean against or on; to stand by the side of; to come near to; to depend on; to trust; to fuck (vulgar); traditional military costume drama where the performers wear armor (old)
依赖yīlàito depend on; to be dependent on; to rely on
倾向qīngxiàngtrend; tendency; orientation
清癯qīngqúlean; thin; spare
精瘦jīngshòu(coll.) lean (figure, meat etc); slender
测测cècèto lean
靠靠kàokàoto lean
shěnglean; thin; slim
cháilean; thin; slim, illness; disease, an epidemic; a pestilence
piānto lean; to slant; oblique; prejudiced; to deviate from average; to stray from the intended line; stubbornly; contrary to expectations; left-hand side of a split Chinese character, often the key or radical
cháifirewood; lean (of meat); thin (of a person); (Chinese surname)
barren; lean
léientangled; lean
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