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English to Chinese Dictionary (1-1 of 1)
(bird) (young) 小鸡
Chinese to English Dictionary (1-5 of 143)
timid; cowardly; nervous; fear; chicken-hearted
inelegant; outmoded; vulgar
(used by people in Beijing to refer to) all other northern dialects
A kind of hydrophytic herb that is covered with thorns, leaves and is large and round. It's wrinkling leaves usually float on the surface of water, and has purple flowers on its chicken head-shaped receptacles. Thus, also called 鸡头 (chicken head). Its fru
Sauce made by the seed powder of Gordon euryale or starch which can thicken soup(corn starch).
A horizontal wood bar that a chicken or rooster perches on.
Hot & Spicy Chicken on Rye
Macmillan Dictionary - Simpler Definitions (1-2 of 2)
not brave enough to do something
a bird kept for its eggs and meat. The sound it makes is called clucking. The female chicken is called a hen and the male is called a rooster. A baby chicken is called a chick.
2. someone who is not brave enough to do something
3. a game played especially by children in which the winner is the person who continues doing something dangerous the longest
Examples (1-5 of 100)
chicken is chicken cooked in a seasoned gravy.
She has bought a machine that will turn her
chicken farm into a factory for chicken pies.
He's always running about like a
chicken with it's head cut off.
chicken wings in this restaurant are incredibly good.
Serve this sauce hot with
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