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apparently / to seem / to appear / as if / seemingly
almost / nearly / practically
  *乎* | 乎* | *乎
(classical particle similar to 於|于) in / at / from / because / than / (classical final particle similar to 嗎|吗, , , expressing question, doubt or astonishment)
to care about / equivalent of 在於|在于
to be determined by / to depend on
hardly / seems not
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beyond expectation (idiom); unexpected
close to / intimate
out of the ordinary / exceptional
to accord with / conforming to
to lie between
almost entirely / almost completely
to relate to / concerning / about
due to / to stem from / to go beyond (also fig. beyond reason, expectations etc) / to go against (expectations)
lit. isn't that a joy? (quote from Confucius) / fig. (jocularly) extremely / awfully
feeble-minded / dim-witted
nice and warm
really does not care
no wonder (that...)
unreliable / incredible
to get carried away / to forget oneself
a tiny bit / very little / next to nothing (idiom)
lit. , , and (four grammatical particles of Classical Chinese) (idiom); fig. archaic expressions
(idiom) brilliant / extremely skillful / virtuosic
not to care
variant of 熱乎|热乎
for sure
variant of 黑糊糊
not in the least concerned (idiom) / reckless / couldn't give a damn about it / unperturbed / couldn't care less / harum scarum
nothing else but
warm / hot / affectionate / ardent
beyond expectation (idiom); unexpected
beyond expectation (idiom); unexpected
unusual / extraordinary
variant of 介乎
extraordinary / severe / exaggerated / overstated / fantastic / incredible
variant of 肉乎乎
warm / lukewarm
soufflé (loanword)
to worm one's way into being friends with sb (usually derogatory)
dizzy / giddy
just like (sth)
remote and insignificant (idiom)
sticky / slimy
greasy / oily
plump / fleshy
to be busy (colloquial)
standing out from the common crowd (idiom); outstanding / preeminent
mouth full of literary phrases / to spout the classics
to love learning is akin to knowledge, to study diligently is akin to benevolence, to know shame is akin to courage (Confucius)

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