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toady
'toʊdiː
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A person who tries to please someone in order to gain a personal advantage.
(动) As a verb
  1. Try to gain favor by cringing or flattering.
Hyphenationtoad•y
Part of Speech(名) noun, (及物的动) transitive verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb
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谄媚者chǎnmèi zhěflatterer
谄媚chǎnmèito flatter
拍马屁pāimǎ pìto flatter; to fawn on; to butter somebody up; toadying; boot-licking
马屁精mǎpì jīngtoady; boot-licker
拍马者pāimǎ zhěflatterer; toady
溜舐liūshìto flatter obsequiously; toady
阿谀ēyúto flatter; to toady
顺民shùnmíndocile subject (of new dynasty); toady
qiàshort (dialect) to curry favor; to toady; to flatter; to try hard to please
掇臀捧屁duō tún pěng pìto hold up buttocks and praise a fart (idiom); to use flatter to get what one wants; to toady; boot-licking
溜须拍马liū xū pāimǎto smooth whiskers and pat a horse's bottom (idiom); to use flatter to get what one wants; to toady; boot-licking
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