surname Dai

to put on or wear (glasses, hat, gloves etc); to respect; to bear; to support

strokes 17
strokes after radical 13
爱戴 愛戴 ai4 dai4
to love and respect; love and respect

北戴河 北戴河 bei3 dai4 he2
Beidaihe district of Qinhuangdao city 秦皇島市|秦皇岛市, Hebei

北戴河区 北戴河區 bei3 dai4 he2 qu1
Beidaihe district of Qinhuangdao city 秦皇島市|秦皇岛市, Hebei

不共戴天 不共戴天 bu4 gong4 dai4 tian1
(of enemies) cannot live under the same sky; absolutely irreconcilable

穿戴 穿戴 chuan1 dai4
to dress; clothing

穿金戴银 穿金戴銀 chuan1 jin1 dai4 yin2
richly bedecked; dripping with gold and silver (idiom)

戴安娜 戴安娜 dai4 an1 na4
Diana (name)

戴安娜王妃 戴安娜王妃 dai4 an1 na4 wang2 fei1
Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997)

戴奥辛 戴奧辛 dai4 ao4 xin1
dioxin, carcinogenic heterocyclic hydrocarbon (esp. Taiwan usage)

戴表 戴表 dai4 biao3
to wear a watch; a homophone for 代表 used to avoid Internet censorship in the PRC

戴秉国 戴秉國 dai4 bing3 guo2
Dai Bingguo (1941-), a Chinese politician and professional diplomat

戴尔 戴爾 dai4 er3

戴高乐 戴高樂 dai4 gao1 le4
Charles De Gaulle (1890-1970), French general and politician, leader of the Free French during World War II and President of the Republic 1959-1969

戴高帽子 戴高帽子 dai4 gao1 mao4 zi5
(coll.) to be the object of flattery; to be placed on a pedestal

戴菊 戴菊 dai4 ju2
(bird species of China) goldcrest (Regulus regulus)

戴菊鸟 戴菊鳥 dai4 ju2 niao3
kinglet; bird of Regulus genus

戴克里先 戴克里先 dai4 ke4 li3 xian1
Diocletian (c. 245-311), Roman emperor

戴绿帽子 戴綠帽子 dai4 lv4 mao4 zi5
a cuckold; to be cuckolded by one's wife

戴绿头巾 戴綠頭巾 dai4 lv4 tou2 jin1
lit. to wear green headband (to visit a Yuan dynasty brothel); cuckold

戴帽子 戴帽子 dai4 mao4 zi5
to wear a hat; (fig.) to stigmatize; to be branded as

戴名世 戴名世 dai4 ming2 shi4
Dai Mingshi (1653-1713), early Qing writer

戴盆望天 戴盆望天 dai4 pen2 wang4 tian1
lit. viewing the sky with a basin on one's head; it is hard to get a clear view of the sky while carrying a platter on one's head; fig. it is hard to get on in one's career while encumbered by family obligations; one can't perform a major task while bothe

戴上 戴上 dai4 shang5
to put on (hat etc)

戴胜 戴勝 dai4 sheng4
(bird species of China) Eurasian hoopoe (Upupa epops)

戴套 戴套 dai4 tao4
to wear a condom

戴维斯 戴維斯 dai4 wei2 si1
Davis or Davies (name)

戴维斯杯 戴維斯杯 dai4 wei2 si1 bei1
Davis cup (international tennis team competition)

戴维营 戴維營 dai4 wei2 ying2
Camp David

戴孝 戴孝 dai4 xiao4
to wear mourning garb; to be in mourning

戴有色眼镜 戴有色眼鏡 dai4 you3 se4 yan3 jing4
to wear colored glasses; to have a prejudiced viewpoint

戴月披星 戴月披星 dai4 yue4 pi1 xing1
see 披星戴月

顶戴 頂戴 ding3 dai4
cap badge (official sign of rank in Qing dynasty)

感戴 感戴 gan3 dai4
sincerely grateful

感恩戴德 感恩戴德 gan3 en1 dai4 de2
deeply grateful

金顶戴菊 金頂戴菊 jin1 ding3 dai4 ju2
goldcrest (Regulus satrapa)

金顶戴菊鸟 金頂戴菊鳥 jin1 ding3 dai4 ju2 niao3
goldcrest (Regulus satrapa)

金冠戴菊 金冠戴菊 jin1 guan1 dai4 ju2
goldcrest (Regulus regulus); gold-crowned kinglet

琳·戴维斯 琳·戴維斯 lin2 - dai4 wei2 si1
Lynn E. Davis, US academic and arms control expert, Under-secretary at US State Department 1993-1997

佩戴 佩戴 pei4 dai4
to wear (as accessories)

配戴 配戴 pei4 dai4
to put on; to wear (mouthguard, contact lenses, hearing aid etc)

披麻戴孝 披麻戴孝 pi1 ma2 dai4 xiao4
to wear mourning clothes; to be in mourning; also written 披麻帶孝|披麻带孝

披星戴月 披星戴月 pi1 xing1 dai4 yue4
to travel or work through night and day; to toil away for long hours

台湾戴菊 臺灣戴菊 tai2 wan1 dai4 ju2
(bird species of China) flamecrest (Regulus goodfellowi)

头戴式耳机 頭戴式耳機 tou2 dai4 shi4 er3 ji1

推戴 推戴 tui1 dai4
to endorse (sb for leader)

拥戴 擁戴 yong1 dai4
to give one's allegiance; (popular) support

张冠李戴 張冠李戴 zhang1 guan1 li3 dai4
lit. to put Zhang's hat on Li's head; to attribute sth to the wrong person (idiom); to confuse one thing with another