YellowBridge Chinese Language & Culture
Chinese Language Center

Learn Mandarin Mandarin-English Dictionary & Thesaurus

New Search

pout
paʊt
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Catfish common in eastern United States.
  2. Marine eellike mostly bottom-dwelling fishes of northern seas.
  3. A disdainful grimace.
(动) As a verb
  1. Make a sad face and thrust out one's lower lip.
  2. Be in a huff and display one's displeasure.
Hyphenationpout
Part of Speech(动) verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
撅嘴juēzuǐto pout
板脸bǎnliǎnto put on a straight, stern or blank face; to put on a poker face
生气shēngqìto get angry; to take offense; angry; vitality; liveliness
努嘴nǔzuǐto pout; to stick out one's lips
to pout
嘟着嘴dū zhe zuǐto pout
噘嘴juēzuǐto pout (to express anger or displeasure)
juē(dialect) to abuse (verbally); variant of ; to pout; to pout
努出nǔchūto extend; to push out (hands as a gesture); to pout (i.e. push out lips)
toot; honk; to pout
juēto protrude; to stick out; to pout (also written ); to embarrass (people)
Wildcard: Use * as placeholder for 0 or more
Chinese characters or pinyin syllables