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Chinese Translation of 'subtle'



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Chinese

subtleties
[UK: ˊsʌtl]
subtlety
[UK: ˊsʌtlti]
supersubtle
[UK: sjuːpәˊsʌtl]

Example Sentences Including 'subtle'

Kabbalah, the central system in Jewish mysticism, uses subtle anthropomorphic analogies and metaphors to describe God in Judaism.

Magical thinking is a term used in anthropology and psychology, denoting the fallacious attribution of causal relationships between actions and events, with subtle differences in meaning between the two fields.

Dysplastic nails are a cutaneous condition, and may be a subtle finding of ridging, flaking, or poor growth of the nails, or more diffuse with nearly complete loss of nails.

In esoteric cosmology, a plane other than the physical plane is conceived as a subtle state of consciousness that transcends the known physical universe.

Covert racism is a form of racial discrimination that is disguised and subtle, rather than public or obvious.

Body language experts claim the new Duchess of Sussex has already made some subtle changes to how she presents herself, just four days after marrying into the Royal Family.

Leveling is a social process in which the uniqueness of the individual is rendered non-existent by assigning equal value to all aspects of human endeavors, thus missing all the intricacies and subtle complexities of human identity.

Subtle was an alternative hip hop sextet from Oakland, California.

But keen-eyed fans have noticed there was subtle difference in the way Meghan was described compared to how the Queen addressed Kate Middleton, but is there a reason for this.

With the vows said, the rings exchanged and their marriage sealed with a kiss, we reveal what the subtle details and interaction between the pair means.

The truth is that anyone capable of getting hold of the nerve agent that has put Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in hospital was capable of killing him in a far more subtle .

An innuendo is a figure of speech which indicates an indirect or subtle, usually derogatory implication in expression; an insinuation.

Cuboid syndrome or cuboid subluxation describes a condition that results from subtle injury to the calcaneocuboid joint and ligaments in the vicinity of the cuboid bone, one of seven tarsal bones of the human foot.

The kit, designed by Adidas, contains a number of subtle nods to the Wembley final, where a Sir Bobby Charlton double helped the Red Devils to a 4-1 extra time win against Portuguese side .

Subtle expressions occur when a person’s emotional response to a situation, to another person or to the environment around them is of low intensity.

She paired the dress with an incredible black and cream bag - and she appeared to be sending a subtle message with the way she was wearing it.

Still waters run deep is a proverb of Latin origin now commonly taken to mean that a placid exterior hides a passionate or subtle nature.

Ashen light is a hypothesised subtle glow that has been claimed to be seen on the night side of the planet Venus.

The newcomers - sports presenter Josh Denzel and model Charlie Frederick - made their subtle entrance while the girls were having a gossip on the balcony.

In mathematics, subtle cardinals and ethereal cardinals are closely related kinds of large cardinal number.





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