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plain
pleɪn
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Lacking embellishment or ornamentation.
  2. Lacking in physical beauty or proportion.
  3. Free from any effort to soften to disguise.
  4. Clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment.
  5. Lacking patterns especially in color.
  6. Not elaborate or elaborated; simple.
  7. Not mixed with extraneous elements.
(名) As a noun
  1. A basic knitting stitch.
  2. Extensive tract of level open land.
(副) As an adverb
  1. Unmistakably.
(动) As a verb
  1. Express complaints, discontent, displeasure, or unhappiness.
Hyphenationplain
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun, (副) adverb, (动) verb
Matching Results
明白míngbaiclear; obvious; unequivocal; to understand; to realize
平易píngyìamiable (manner); unassuming; written in plain language; easy to take in
朴素pǔsù, púsù (Tw)plain and simple; unadorned; simple living; not frivolous
平常píngchángordinary; common; usually; ordinarily
清晰qīngxīclear; distinct
平原píngyuánfield; plain
旷野kuàngyěwilderness
纯素chúnsùplain; ordinary; vegetarian
相貌平平xiàngmào píngpíngplain
(ancient form of ) plain; unornamented, white, ordinary, simple
原野yuányěplain; open country
浅显qiǎnxiǎnplain; clear; obvious
朴实pǔshíplain; simple; guileless; down-to-earth; sincere and honest
便biànplain; informal; suitable; convenient; opportune; to urinate or defecate; equivalent to : then; in that case; even if; soon afterwards
平实píngshísimple and unadorned; plain; (of land) level; even
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