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  *为* | 为* | *为
as (in the capacity of) / to take sth as / to act as / to serve as / to behave as / to become / to be / to do / by (in the passive voice)
  *为* | 为* | *为
variant of 為|为 / as (i.e. in the capacity of) / to take sth as / to act as / to serve as / to behave as / to become / to be / to do
  *入* | 入* | *入
to enter / to go into / to join / to become a member of / to confirm or agree with / abbr. for 入聲|入声
to become mildewed and worm-eaten (of books) / to mildew and rot
to become a member of an alliance or union / to align / to join / participate
  *成* | 成* | *成
to succeed / to finish / to complete / to accomplish / to become / to turn into / to be all right / OK! / one tenth
  *做* | 做* | *做
to do / to make / to produce / to write / to compose / to act as / to engage in / to hold (a party) / to be / to become / to function (in some capacity) / to serve as / to be used for / to form (a bond or relationship) / to pretend / to feign / to act a part / to put on appearance
  *准* | 准* | *准
accurate / standard / definitely / certainly / about to become (bride, son-in-law etc) / quasi- / para-
to become reconciled / on good terms with each other
to feel / to become aware of / feeling / sense / perception / CL: 個|个
to circulate / to flow (esp. capital) / to intermingle / to merge / to become assimilated
habit becomes nature (idiom); get used to something and it seems inevitable / second nature / same as 習慣成自然|习惯成自然
  *兴* | 兴* | *兴
to rise / to flourish / to become popular / to start / to encourage / to get up / (often used in the negative) to permit or allow (dialect) / maybe (dialect)
to become cancerous / transformation to malignancy (of body cells)
suddenly opens up to a wide panorama (idiom); to come to a wide clearing / fig. everything becomes clear at once / to achieve speedy enlightenment
to win power / to get authority / to become dominant
to join a group / to become a member
deformation / to become deformed / to change shape / to morph
lit. change to more severe (idiom); to become more intense (esp. of shortcoming) / to aggravate / to intensify
to become devaluated / to devaluate / to depreciate
to become hot / temperature rise / (fig.) to intensify / to hot up / to escalate / to get a boost
  *澄* | 澄* | *澄
(of liquid) to settle / to become clear
to become pregnant / to conceive / impregnated / insemination
to make an effort to become strong (idiom); determined to do better / to pull one's socks up
to complicate / to become complicated
to achieve the Dao / to become an immortal
to settle (a dispute out of court) / to reconcile / settlement / conciliation / to become reconciled
(lit.) to wither in the light of day / (fig.) the bubble bursts as the reality becomes apparent (esp. of a much-anticipated first meeting with sb) / (of stocks) just as the favorable news is officially published, the stock price falls
to become an arhat (Buddhism)
  *肥* | 肥* | *肥
fat / fertile / loose-fitting or large / to fertilize / to become rich by illegal means / fertilizer / manure
to know / to become aware of / also pr. [zhi1 dao5]
to become forgotten / to forget
to faint / to swoon / to black out / to become unconscious
to become a member / to join / to mix into / to participate in / to add in
to become a Buddha / to attain enlightenment
to change into / to turn into / to become
to change into / to turn into / to become
to decay / to decline / to become corrupt
well-known for sth / to become well known / to make one's mark
habit becomes nature (idiom); get used to something and it seems inevitable / second nature / same as 習慣成自然|习惯成自然
to become fashionable / to catch on / to be popular
levitation (of Daoist immortal) / to become as light as a feather and ascend to heaven / (in Daoism) to become immortal / to die / of winged insects, to emerge from the cocoon in adult form / eclosion
to fade / (fig.) to lose luster / (of an event etc) to be spoiled / (coinage) to become debased
to become aware / to detect / to realize / to perceive
to make a name / to become famous
to become numb (from being bound too tightly)
to become revisionist
to become demoralized / to lose one's sense of purpose
  *澥* | 澥* | *澥
to become watery / creek
to smudge (become smeared) / to smudge (create a blurred effect) / shading (wash painting technique)
to become popular overnight
to become bogged down in the details (idiom)
to become more and more / to gradually become
  *届* | 届* | *届
to arrive at (place or time) / period / to become due / classifier for events, meetings, elections, sporting fixtures, years (of graduation)
to become rich
to become caught up in an irresolvable situation (idiom)
to become well-known
to start a feud / to become enemies
three men talking makes a tiger (idiom); repeated rumor becomes a fact
to become excited with / to be enchanted by
a clever person may become the victim of his own ingenuity (idiom); cleverness may overreach itself / too smart for one's own good
imbalance / to become dysfunctional / to lack proper care (after an illness etc)
lay down butcher's knife, become a Buddha on the spot (idiom); instant rehabilitation / to repent and be absolved of one's crimes
to become a concubine
lit. to hope one's son becomes a dragon (idiom); fig. to long for one' s child to succeed in life / to have great hopes for one's offspring / to give one's child the best education as a career investment
normalized (statistics) / to normalize (relations etc) / to become the norm
to float up (idiom); to become evident / to surface / to appear
to become moist again / to revive (usually of sth bad) / resurgence
to drift apart / to become estranged / to alienate / estrangement
to become seasick
to shave one's head / fig. to become a monk or nun / to take the tonsure
(of status or wealth) to decline / (of buildings etc) to become dilapidated / run-down / (of plants) to wilt
to show one's face / to make one's good name / to become successful and well known / to shine
lit. the matter has become a pile of eggs (idiom); fig. at a critical juncture
lit. even jumping into the Yellow River can't get you clean / fig. to become inexorably mixed up / mired in controversy / in deep trouble
to thin out gradually / to become fainter and fainter
to become famous / to become notorious
worker chosen to become a cadre and sent to complete his schooling
to become visible / to appear / to manifest one's true nature
(of a bird) to have become fully fledged / (fig.) (of a person) to have grown up (and become independent) / to be ready to spread one's wings
to commit genocide / to become extinct / extinction of a race
to become Emperor by the grace of Heaven / to "receive the Mandate of Heaven" (traditional English translation)
to blow one's top / to be driven mad / to become frantic
  *饧* | 饧* | *饧
maltose syrup / molasses / heavy (eyelids) / drowsy-eyed / listless / (of dough, candy etc) to soften / to become soft and sticky
to become second nature / by nature
to become / to turn into
to become pregnant / to conceive / impregnated / insemination
to become tainted with the smell of sth else / to pick up an odor
to lay down a family fortune / to get rich / to become prosperous
to become immortal
it is hard to become frugal after becoming accustomed to luxury (idiom)
to become agitated / to feel nervous
to sense / to perceive / to become aware of / to detect
the result (becomes apparent) / now one understands
to settle (of liquid) / to become clear (by precipitation of impurities) / precipitate (chemistry) / to put in order / to quell disturbances
to fall out with sb / to become hostile
to become naturalized / to become a citizen
to have become common practice (idiom) / to become a general trend
to fret / to get impatient / to become anxious
to abandon farming and become a businessman (idiom)

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