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same / ordinary / so-so / common / general / generally / in general
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sort / kind / class / way / manner
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like this / this way
generally speaking
thus and so / such and such
generally speaking
in hundred and one ways / in every possible way / by every means
average person
every kind / manifold / extremely
generally speaking / in general
blind people touch an elephant (idiom, from Nirvana sutra 大般涅槃經|大般涅盘经); fig. unable to see the big picture / to mistake the part for the whole / unable to see the wood for the trees
Sanskrit prajña: wisdom / great wisdom / wondrous knowledge
ordinary provision (law)
generally speaking
to have no way out / to have no alternative
general principle
epic
general trade (i.e. importing and export without processing)
entire
Nirvana sutra
to be well matched / to suit
to amuse oneself
prajña paramita (Sanskrit: supreme wisdom - beginning of the Heart Sutra)
blind people touch an elephant (idiom, from Nirvana sutra 大般涅槃經|大般涅盘经); fig. unable to see the big picture / to mistake the part for the whole / unable to see the wood for the trees
various / many different kinds of
the Heart Sutra
doggy-style
all crows are black (idiom) / evil people are bad all over the world
(old) this way / this much
to lower oneself to sb's level / to argue with sb less well-informed
to play / to amuse oneself
general / generality
to fawn upon sb in every possible way
solenoid (electrical engineering) / coil
variant of 盤桓|盘桓
to flatter someone in a hundred different ways / assiduous fawning (idiom)
multitude of blind people touch an elephant (idiom, from Nirvana sutra 大般涅槃經|大般涅盘经); fig. unable to see the big picture / to mistake the part for the whole / unable to see the wood for the trees
(TCM) eight kinds of "head wind" (headache)
to put up innumerable obstacles / to create all kinds of difficulties (idiom)
Pontius Pilate (in the Biblical passion story)


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