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must
məst
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Highly recommended.
(名) As a noun
  1. The quality of smelling or tasting old or stale or mouldy.
  2. Grape juice before or during fermentation.
  3. A necessary or essential thing.
Hyphenationmust
Part of Speech(动) verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
必须bìxūto have to; must; compulsory; necessarily
一定要yīdìng yàomust
合当hédāngmust; should
必得bìděimust; have to
非得fēiděi(followed by a verb phrase, thenoptionally不可, or 不行 etc) must
须要xūyàomust; have to
务必wùbìmust; to need to; to be sure to
总得zǒngděimust; have to; be bound to
must; to have to; to wait
得要děiyàoto need; must
非…不可fēi … bùkěhave to be…; must; imperative
certainly; must; will; necessarily
děito have to; must; ought to; to need to
不得已bùdé yǐto act against one's will; to have no alternative but to; to have to; to have no choice; must
yīngto agree (to do something); should; ought to; must; (legal) shall
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