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to piece together / to join together / to stake all / adventurous / at the risk of one's life / to spell
phonetic writing / pinyin (Chinese romanization)
HSK 5
jigsaw puzzle
to do one's utmost / with all one's might / at all costs / (to work or fight) as if one's life depends on it
to put together / to join
to struggle / to wrestle
HSK 6
Hanyu Pinyin, the romanization system used in the PRC since the 1960s
to spell
to assemble
to carpool
double pinyin
to work hard / to try to make a living
pastiche / collage
to assemble / to put together
phonetic reading / combine sounds into words
to put sth together from component parts
sampler platter / appetizer platter
Jyutping, one of the many Cantonese romanization systems / abbr. of 粵語拼音|粤语拼音
to go all out for sth at risk of one's life
to edge-join boards with glue to form a panel (woodworking)
jigsaw puzzle / wood block puzzle
shopping as a fun pastime (loanword)
(slang) to rely on one's father's wealth or prestige to get ahead
to typeset / to make up (printers' plates)
spelling mistake / written error
to grapple (with the enemy) / to fight at the risk of one's life
to spell / spelling
to sit at a table with others with whom one is unacquainted
to fight desperately (at the risk of one's life)
to fit together / to put together
to misspell / to piece together incorrectly
(of people with tight budget) to enjoy various dishes at the restaurant by ordering the food together and then sharing the costs
spelling / orthography
jigsaw puzzle
to put together
to put together
bayonet charge
to rent a place with sb else to share the costs
to brave it out / to the bitter end
shopping as a fun pastime (loanword) (Tw)
brave man, willing to risk his life
jigsaw puzzle / wood block puzzle
one's utmost / (to fight or work) desperately hard / to put up a life or death struggle / at all costs
Cantonese romanization / Jyutping, one of the many Cantonese romanization systems
to engage (in a fight)
assembled at random / a motley collection
person who joins with others to reduce costs (carpooling, group buying, sharing an apartment etc)
to assemble
alphabetic stage
the common use romanization system introduced in Taiwan in 2003
to fight desperately
to spare no efforts
bayonet charge
to throw oneself at sb or sth / to bend over backwards to help
phonetic letters
to compete fiercely / contest
to join together
to share a card with sb (e.g. share a loyalty card to accumulate points and split the benefits)
Wade-Giles system (romanization of Chinese)
Wade-Giles system (romanization of Chinese)
to exchange fire
Wade-Giles system (romanization of Chinese)
Wade-Giles system (romanization of Chinese)
Wade-Giles system (romanization of Chinese)
phonetic alphabet / alphabetic writing system
floor with tiled design


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