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The Chinese word for pole is
电线杆

diàn xiàn gān



pole

Chinese Definition


pole
     1. 名词.
     2. 名词.
     3. 名词.
     4. 名词. 地极
     5. 名词. 磁极
Components
     1. Simplified form of 電
线
     1. Simplified form of 綫
     1. pole; staff; rod
           旗杆 - flag pole
           桅杆 - mast
     2. Simplified form of 桿
     3. Variant of 秆
     4. Variant of 竿



Translations for and their definitions

杆子
     1. n. pole; staff; rod
     2. Simplified form of 桿子


           登峰造極 - to reach great heights
     1. extremity; limit; end; utmost point
     2. extreme; of the highest degree; utmost; furthest; final
           極品 - item of the highest quality
           極限 - limit, the utmost limits
     3. extremely; exceedingly; very
           痛苦 極了 - extremely painful
           極 不 滿意 - extremely dissatisfied
           肥牛 切qiē 得de 極 薄báo。 - The beef was sliced extremely thin.
     4. (Cantonese) at great length; exceedingly
           講 極 都 唔 明 - not understand despite lengthy explanation
           搵 極 都 搵 唔 到 嘅ge2? - Why do I still not find it
           睇 極 - to watch closely or in great amounts
     5. (Cantonese,) at most
           貴 極 咪mai6 都 係 廿 蚊 - Its price is at most $20.
     6. (Wu) to be anxious; to worry; to disturb oneself
     7. (Wu) to fear
     8. (Wu) to deny a wrongdoing; to cheat
           賴極皮 - tr=6la jjiq bi, cheater in games (who e.g. objects to losing, being thrown out of the game, or who denies having cheated), SH
     9. (geography, physics) pole
           北極 - north pole
           陰極 - negative pole, cathode
     10. (astronomy) Polaris
     11. quindecillion (10)
           物極必反 - a thing turns into its opposite if pushed too far
           位極人臣 - to have reached the highest official positions


     1. Simplified form of 極


波蘭人
     1. n. a Polish person; Pole


波兰人
     1. Simplified form of 波蘭人


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