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To be of importance in English-Chinese Online Dictionary

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 dàng shì to consider as a matter of importance / to be of importance
 yì yì sense / meaning / significance / importance / CL:個 / |个 / [ge4]
 zhòng shì to attach importance to sth / to value
 wéi zhǔ to rely mainly on / to attach most importance to
 zhòng yào xìng importance
 shǒu yào the most important / of chief importance
 tuī chóng to esteem / to think highly of / to accord importance to / to revere
 shì guān to concern / on (some topic) / about / concerning / to have importance for
 fàng zài yǎn lǐ to pay attention to / to care about / to attach importance to
 pū tiān gài dì lit. hiding the sky and covering the earth (idiom) / fig. earth-shattering / omnipresent / of universal importance
 dāng wù zhī jí top priority job / matter of vital importance
 dà jì large scale program of lasting importance / project of paramount importance / to think big / annual national audit
 zhòng zhōng zhī zhòng of the utmost importance / of highest priority
 jì yú to place (hope, importance etc) on / to express / to show / to give
 quán zhòng weight (i.e. importance attached to sth)
 yī bǎ zhuā to attempt all tasks at once / to manage every detail regardless of its importance
 zhēn shì to place great importance on / to treasure
 ài shì (usu used in the negative) to be of importance or to matter / to be in the way / to be a hindrance
 xiǎo ér kē pediatrics / pediatric (department) / sth of little importance / trifle / a child's play / (slang) childish / petty / stingy
 jīn liǎng weight / (fig.) importance
 zhòng heavy / serious / to attach importance to
 bǎi nián dà jì a project of vital and lasting importance
 tòng yǎng pain and itch / sufferings / importance / consequence
 tuī zhòng to esteem / to think highly of / to accord importance to / to revere
 zhòng nóng to stress the importance of agriculture (in ancient philosophy)
 wú guān tòng yǎng not to affect sb / irrelevant / of no importance / insignificant
 liǎng lèi chā dāo lit. knifes piercing both sides (idiom) / fig. to attach a great importance to friendship, up to the point of being able to sacrifice oneself for it
 yǒu mù wú dǔ has eyes but can't see (idiom) / unable or unwilling to see the importance of sth / blind (to sth great)
 qīng zhòng dào zhì to invert the importance of things (i.e. stress the unimportant and neglect the important) / lacking a sense of perspective / to put the cart before the horse
 wéi zhòng to attach most importance to
 shì wú jù xì lit. things are not separated according to their size (idiom) / fig. to deal with any matter, regardless of its importance
 zhē tiān bì rì lit. hiding the sky and covering the earth (idiom) / fig. earth-shattering / omnipresent / of universal importance
 shàng nóng a rich farmer / to stress the importance of agriculture (in ancient philosophy)
 gòng shāng dà jì to discuss matters of vital importance
 qīng zhòng zhǔ cì to invert the importance of things (i.e. stress the incidental and neglect the main point) / lacking a sense of perspective / to put the cart before the horse
 gāo kàn to attach importance to sth / to value
  Convention on Wetlands of International Importance especially as Waterfowl Habitat / Ramsar Convention
  Ramsar List of Wetlands of International Importance Ramsar List
 shǒu xīn shǒu bèi dōu shì ròu lit. both the palm and the back of the hand are made of flesh (idiom) / fig. to both be of equal importance / to value both equally
 jì yǔ to place (hope, importance etc) on / to express / to show / to give

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