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PHONETIC : Pinyin Bopomofo EFEO Wade-Giles Yale

 bǐ jiào to compare / to contrast / comparatively / relatively / quite / comparison
 xiāng dāng equivalent to / appropriate / considerably / to a certain extent / fairly / quite
 hěn (adverb of degree) / quite / very / awfully
 mǎn to fill / full / filled / packed / fully / completely / quite / to reach the limit / to satisfy / satisfied / contented
 tǐng straight / erect / to stick out (a part of the body) / to (physically) straighten up / to support / to withstand / outstanding / (coll.) quite / very / classifier for machine guns
 pō rather / quite / considerably / oblique / inclined / slanting / Taiwan pr. [po3]
 pō wéi rather / quite
 pō jù rather / quite / to have much
 jiào bǐ comparatively (colloquial) / fairly / quite / rather / relatively
 mán barbarian / bullying / very / quite / rough / reckless
 zhe ne comes at the end of the sentence to indicate a strong degree / quite / rather
 hǎo shēng (dialect) very / quite / properly / well / thoroughly
 hǎo duō many / quite a lot / much better
 bù xiáng not in detail / not quite clear
 bàn tiān half of the day / a long time / quite a while / midair / CL:個 / |个 / [ge4]
 hǎo jiǔ quite a while
 hǎo jǐ several / quite a few
 zǎo rì soon / shortly / on a day quite soon / promptly
 bàn shǎng half of the day / a long time / quite a while
 hǎo xiē a good deal of / quite a lot
 bù shàn bad / ill / not good at / not to be pooh-poohed / quite impressive
 jǐ xǔ (literary) how many / quite a few
 dù jīn to gold-plate / to gild / (fig.) to make sth quite ordinary seem special
 liáng duō considerably / much / quite a bit
 bàn xiǎng half the day / a long time / quite a while
 liǎng huí shì two quite different things / two unrelated matters
 yī fǎn cháng tài complete change from the normal state (idiom) / quite uncharacteristic / entirely outside the norm / out of character
 bù tòng bù yǎng lit. doesn't hurt, doesn't tickle (idiom) / sth is wrong, but not quite sure what / fig. not getting to any matter of substance / scratching the surface / superficial / perfunctory
 shú rěn quite familiar with sth
 liǎng mǎ shì two quite different things / another kettle of fish
 bù shì wèi r not the right flavor / not quite right / a bit off / fishy / queer / amiss / feel bad / be upset
 gòu shòu de to be quite an ordeal / to be hard to bear
 mò rán zhì zhī to set to one side and ignore (idiom) / quite indifferent / cold and uncaring
 bǎo bu qí more likely than not / quite possible / on the cards
 bǎo bù dìng more likely than not / quite possible / on the cards
 bié yǒu yùn wèi to have quite a lasting charm
 shū yì entirely different / quite separate
 shuō shì yī huí shì , zuò yòu shì lìng wài yī huí shì Saying is one thing, doing quite another (idiom)
 zhēn yǒu nǐ de You're really quite something! / You're just amazing!
 shí bù xiāng mán truth to tell / to be quite honest...
 xiàng nà me huí shì r not bad at all / quite impressive

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