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wait
weɪt
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The act of waiting (remaining inactive in one place while expecting something).
  2. Time during which some action is awaited.
(动) As a verb
  1. Look forward to the probable occurrence of.
  2. Serve as a waiter or waitress in a restaurant.
  3. Stay in one place and anticipate or expect something.
  4. Wait before acting.
Hyphenationwait
Part of Speech(名) noun
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等候děnghòuto wait; to wait for
埋伏máifuto ambush; to lie in wait for; to lie low; ambush
期待qīdàito look forward to; to await; expectation
延缓yánhuǎnto defer; to postpone; to put off; to retard; to slow something down
伺候cìhòuto serve; to wait upon
推迟tuīchíto postpone; to put off; to defer
děngclass; rank; grade; equal to; same as; to wait for; to await; et cetera; and so on; et al. (and other authors); after; as soon as; once
耽搁dāngeto tarry; to delay; to stop over
俟候sìhòuto wait (literary)
hòuto wait; to inquire after; to watch; season; climate; (old) period of five days
等了děngleto wait; to wait for
chùto wait, (same as ) tidy, prudent; careful; attentive, a person's name
dàito wait; to treat; to deal with; to need; going to (do something); about to; intending to
等待děngdàito wait; to wait for
to watch; to wait; to examine; to spy
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