Unicode/Hanzi Search: U+8CE3 (賣)

sell; betray; show off
Strokes (without radical) 8 Total Strokes 15
Mandarin reading maì Cantonese reading maai6
Japanese on reading bai mai Japanese kun reading uru
Korean reading may Vietnamese reading mại
Simplified Variant(s)

CEDICT Entries:

   [ maì ]    to sell, to betray, to spare no effort, to show off or flaunt
   [ maì zhǔ ]    seller
   [ maì shǎ ]    to play stupid, to act like an idiot
   [ maì jià ]    selling price
   [ maì guāng le ]    to be sold out, to be out of stock
   [ maì chū ]    to sell, to reach (a price in an auction)
   [ maì ]    to work hard, to do one's very best, to throw oneself into the task at hand
   [ maì qi ]    to make a living doing manual labor, to give sth all one's got
   [ maì ]    to do trade as a fortune teller
   [ maì mìng ]    to throw one's life in for, to haplessly give one's life for, to sacrifice oneself torturously working for another or for a group, to pour in one's utmost effort, to shed one's last ounce of strength for
   [ maì guó ]    to betray one's country
   [ maì guó zhǔ ]    treason
   [ maì guó zeí ]    traitor
   [ maì chǎng ]    market, store, mall (usually specializing in a particular product category such as furniture)
   [ maì wán ]    to be sold out
   [ maì jiā ]    seller
   [ maì zuò ]    (of a movie, show etc) to attract large audiences
   [ maì nong ]    to show off, to make a display of
   [ maì ]    to sell off, to get rid of in a sale
   [ maì fāng ]    seller (in contracts)
   [ maì chūn ]    to engage in prostitution
   [ maì běn shì ]    to flaunt a skill, to give display to one's ability, to show off a feat, to vaunt one's tricks
   [ maì yín ]    prostitution, to prostitute oneself
   [ maì tàn wēng ]    The Old Charcoal Seller, poem by Tang poet Bai Juyi 白居易[Bai2 Ju1 yi4]
   [ maì xiàng ]    outward appearance, demeanor
   [ maì zhàn ]    to feign an opening in order to hoodwink the opponent (in a fight, combat etc)
   [ maì kōng ]    to sell short (finance)
   [ maì ]    to work as a good-time girl, to prostitute oneself
   [ maì roù ]    butcher, meat merchant
   [ maì roù zhě ]    butcher
   [ maì ]    to make a hard living as unskilled laborer
   [ maì méng ]    (slang) to act cute
   [ maì shēn ]    to prostitute oneself, to sell oneself into slavery
   [ maì guān zi ]    to keep listeners in suspense (in storytelling), to keep people on tenterhooks
   [ maì guān jié ]    to solicit a bribe, to accept a bribe
   [ maì miàn zi ]    to show deference to sb by obliging them (or by obliging sb associated with them)
   [ maì fēng liú ]    to exert flirtatious allure, to entice coquettishly
   [ maì diǎn ]    selling point
⇒    [ chuí zi maǐ maì ]    a one-off, short-sighted deal, a one-shot, all-out attempt
⇒    [ daǒ maǐ daǒ maì ]    to buy and sell at a profit, to speculate
⇒    [ daǒ maì ]    to resell at a profit, to speculate
⇒    [ zuò maǐ maì ]    to buy and sell, to do business, to trade, to deal
⇒    [ doū maì ]    to peddle, to hawk (pirate goods)
⇒    [ gōng maǐ gōng maì ]    buying and selling at fair prices
⇒    [ chū maì ]    to offer for sale, to sell, to sell out or betray
⇒    [ pàn maì ]    to betray
⇒    [ maì ]    to hawk (one's wares), to peddle
⇒    [ shoù maì ]    to sell
⇒    [ lǒng duàn fàn maì ]    monopoly
⇒    [ waì maì ]    (of a restaurant) to provide a takeout or home delivery meal, takeout (business), takeout (meal)
⇒    [ maì chǎng ]    hypermarket, large warehouse-like self-service retail store
⇒    [ jiàn maì ]    to sell at a big discount
⇒    [ maì ]    (vulgar) your mom's a prostitute (from Sichuan pronunciation of 媽賣屄|妈卖屄[ma1 mai4 bi1])
⇒    [ jiā maì chǎng ]    furniture store, furniture mall
⇒    [ maì ]    to consign for sale
⇒    [ zhuān maì ]    monopoly, exclusive right to trade
⇒    [ zhuān maì diàn ]    specialty store
⇒    [ maì ]    kiosk, snack counter, retail department or section inside a larger business
⇒    [ zaǐ maì tián xīn téng ]    lit. the child sells the father's farm without regret (idiom), fig. to sell one's inheritance without a second thought for how hard one's forebears worked for it
⇒    [ qiǎng maǐ qiǎng maì ]    to force sb to buy or sell, to trade using coercion
⇒ 便   [ pián yi maì ]    to have benefited from sth but pretend otherwise, to claim to be hard done by, even though one has benefited
⇒    [ xuán yáng toú maì goǔ roù ]    see 掛羊頭賣狗肉|挂羊头卖狗肉[gua4 yang2 tou2 mai4 gou3 rou4]
⇒    [ toú maǐ maì ]    buying and selling on speculation
⇒    [ paī maì ]    to auction, auction sale, to sell at a reduced price
⇒    [ paī maì shāng ]    auctioneer, auction house
⇒    [ paī maì huì ]    auction, CL:場|场[chang3]
⇒    [ maì ]    human trafficking, to abduct and sell, to kidnap and sell
⇒    [ guà yáng toú maì goǔ roù ]    lit. to hang a sheep's head while selling dog meat (idiom), fig. to cheat, dishonest advertising, wicked deeds carried out under banner of virtue
⇒    [ lvè maì ]    to press-gang sb and sell into slavery
⇒    [ lvè maì huá gōng ]    Chinese people press-ganged and sold into slavery during Western colonialism
⇒    [ daǒ maì ]    to resell at a profit
⇒    [ baǐ maì ]    hawking, street vending
⇒    [ maì ]    to sell at marked price, to sell by tender
⇒    [ qīng cāng maì ]    clearance sale, fire sale
⇒    [ suǒ maì ]    to sell anything, to sell everything
⇒    [ chaǒ maì ]    lit. to sell hot food freshly cooked; fig. to teach what one has just learned, enthusiasm of the new convert
⇒    [ maì ]    to sell strongly, to be in great demand
⇒    [ maì pǐn ]    hot-selling property
⇒    [ shaō maì ]    shumai (shao mai) steamed dumpling, also written 燒麥|烧麦[shao1 mai4]
⇒    [ maì ]    to have a sale, sale
⇒    [ maì huì ]    promotional event, sale
⇒    [ wáng maì guā maì kuā ]    every potter praises his own pot (idiom), all one's geese are swans
⇒    [ wáng maì guā maì kuā ]    every potter praises his own pot (idiom), all one's geese are swans
⇒    [ xiàn chaǒ xiàn maì ]    lit. to fry and sell on the spot, fig. (of fresh graduates) to apply the still-fresh knowledge gained in school
⇒    [ shēng chaǒ maì ]    to sell while it's still hot (idiom); fig. in a great hurry to publish or sell (and no time to improve the product)
⇒    [ maì ]    to mark down (the price of goods), to sell off cheap
⇒    [ dāng guān weì mín zuò zhǔ huí jiā maì hóng shǔ ]    if an official does not put the people first, he might as well go home and sell sweet potatoes
⇒    [ daò maì ]    to steal sth and sell it
⇒    [ guō maì tiě ]    to be willing to sacrifice everything one has (idiom)
⇒    [ maì ]    to sell illicitly, to bootleg, to sell privately
⇒    [ maì ]    jumble sale (for good cause), charity bazaar
⇒    [ maì huì ]    bazaar
⇒    [ laǒ wáng maì guā maì kuā ]    every potter praises his own pot (idiom), all one's geese are swans
⇒    [ laǒ wáng maì guā maì kuā ]    every potter praises his own pot (idiom), all one's geese are swans
⇒    [ lán shì paī maì ]    Dutch auction, descending-price auction
⇒    [ lu maì de shì shén me yaò ]    what has (he) got up (his) sleeve?, what's going on?
⇒    [ zhuāng fēng maì shǎ ]    to play the fool (idiom), to feign madness
⇒    [ taǒ haǒ maì ]    to curry favor by showing obeisance (idiom)
⇒    [ zhèng quàn guì taí maǐ maì zhōng xīn ]    GreTai Securities Market (GTSM)
⇒    [ maì xīn wén ]    Yomiuri Shimbun (Japanese newspaper)
⇒    [ biàn maì ]    to sell off (one's property)
⇒    [ fàn maì ]    to sell, to peddle, to traffic
⇒    [ fàn maì rén koǔ ]    trafficking in human beings
⇒    [ fàn maì ]    vending machine
⇒    [ maǐ guān maì guān ]    buying and selling of official positions
⇒    [ maǐ kōng maì kōng ]    to speculate, to play the market, (fig.) to sell hot air, to swindle people by posing as a reputable operator
⇒    [ maǐ maì ]    buying and selling, business, business transactions, CL:樁|桩[zhuang1],次[ci4]
⇒    [ jiàn maì ]    to sell cheaply, sacrifice, low price, discount sale
⇒    [ chaō maì ]    to overbook (e.g. airline seats), to oversell
⇒    [ dǔn maì ]    to sell wholesale
⇒    [ zhuǎn maì ]    to resell