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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “baby”

baby

noun [C]     /ˈbeɪ.bi/
a very young child, especially one that has not yet begun to walk or talk
(尤指尚未学会走路或说话的)婴儿,婴孩
a newborn baby
新生儿
a six-week-old baby
6周大的婴儿
a baby boy
男婴
baby clothes
婴儿服装
baby food
婴儿食品
Sandra had a baby (= gave birth to it) on May 29th.
桑德拉5月29日生了孩子。
Owen is the baby (= the youngest person) of the family.
欧文是全家年龄最小的。
Children and babies
a very young animal
动物幼崽
a baby elephant/monkey
幼象/小猴子
Animal young
disapproving an adult or especially an older child who is crying or behaving like a child
孩子气的人;幼稚的人
It didn't hurt that much - don't be such a baby!
不至于那么疼——别像个孩子似的!
Heroes and cowards
mainly US a word you can use when you are talking to your wife, husband or lover
宝贝(对妻子、丈夫、情人等的称呼)
Oh baby, I love you.
啊,宝贝,我爱你。
Affectionate terms of address
baby carrot/sweetcorn, etc. a type of vegetable that is specially grown to stay small
袖珍胡萝卜/玉米笋等
SmallExtremely small
informal Someone's baby is something that they have a special interest in and responsibility for
任务,差事;责任
I don't know much about the project - it's Philip's baby.
我对这个项目不怎么了解——那是菲利普负责的。
Duty, obligation and responsibility
(Definition of baby noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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