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resist
rɪ'zɪst
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Withstand the force of something.
  2. Stand up or offer resistance to somebody or something.
  3. Express opposition through action or words.
  4. Refuse to comply.
  5. Elude, especially in a baffling way.
  6. Resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ.
Hyphenationre•sist
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
抵抗dǐkàngto resist; resistance
抵制dǐzhìto resist; to boycott; to refuse (to cooperate); to reject; resistance; refusal
强忍qiángrěnto resist (with great difficulty)
to resist; imperial; (classical) to drive (a chariot); to manage; to govern
kàngto resist; to fight; to defy; anti-
抵住dǐzhùto resist; to press against; to brace
抵拒dǐjùto resist; to stand up to
抵挡dǐdǎngto resist; to hold back; to stop; to ward off; to withstand
抵御dǐyùto resist; to withstand
招架zhāojiàto resist; to ward off; to hold one's own; to receive guests
撑拒chēngjùto resist; to struggle; to sustain
支吾zhīwúto resist; to deal with
顶挡dǐngdǎngto resist; to obstruct; to bear responsibility for
经受住jīngshòu zhùto resist
反抗了fǎnkàng leto resist
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