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week / CL: 個|个 / day of the week / Sunday
HSK 1
star / celebrity
HSK 5
satellite / moon / CL: 顆|颗
HSK 6
fragmentary / random / bits and pieces / sporadic
HSK 6
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  *星* | 星* | *星
star / heavenly body / satellite / small amount
Sanxing or Sanhsing township in Yilan county 宜蘭縣|宜兰县, Taiwan / Samsung (South Korean electronics company)
three major stars of the Three Stars 參宿|参宿 Chinese constellation / the belt of Orion / three spirits , 祿|禄, and 壽|寿 associated with the Three Stars 參宿|参宿 Chinese constellation
constellation / astrological sign / CL: 張|张
celestial body (e.g. planet, satellite etc) / heavenly body
interstellar / interplanetary
starlight
star in the sky
planet / CL: 顆|颗
star rating / top-class / highly rated
Hongxing district of Yichun city 伊春市, Heilongjiang
red star / five pointed star as symbol or communism or proletariat / hot film star
many stars / a vast sky full of stars
stars
starry sky / the heavens
five-star (hotel)
the five visible planets, namely: Mercury 水星, Venus 金星, Mars 火星, Jupiter 木星, Saturn 土星
StarCraft (video game series)
Stephen Chow (1962-), Hong Kong actor, comedian, screenwriter and film director, known for his mo lei tau 無厘頭|无厘头 movies
Qixing district of Guilin city 桂林市, Guangxi
star atlas
the moon and the stars
pentagram
Mars (planet)
spark
Star Wars
nova (astronomy)
(astronomy) astrolabe / (astrology) horoscope / astrological chart
(astronomy) giant star / (fig.) superstar (of opera, basketball etc)
spark / meteor trail (mostly used in expressions like 急如星火)
nebula
meteor / shooting star
cat (Internet slang)
sports star (ball sport)
Mercury (planet)
Venus (planet)
gold star / stars (that one sees from blow to the head etc)
mascot / lucky star
savior / liberator / emancipator / knight in shining armor
(Western-style) horoscope
(fixed) star
double star
satellite navigation / sat-nav
the twelve constellations on the ecliptic plane / the signs of the zodiac
asterisk * (punct.)
North Star / Polaris
comet
Baby's Breath / Gypsophila paniculata
singing star / famous singer
child star
binary star
five-starred red flag (PRC national flag)
the Big Dipper / the Plow
satellite television show
constellation (arch., now 星座) / one of the 28 constellations of traditional Chinese astronomy and astrology / motion of stars since one's birth (predetermining one's fate in astrology)
meteor shower
film star
communications satellite
morning stars
Martian
Louxing district of Loudi city 婁底市|娄底市, Hunan
celestial body (planet, satellite etc)
variable star
to divine by astrology / horoscope
lucky star in the ascendant (idiom); a lucky sign
astrology and physiognomy
aspect of the celestial bodies (used for navigation and astrology)
starfish / sea star
satellite TV
Eurostar (train line)
Star Trek (US TV and film series)
Samsung Group
Sing Tao, Hong Kong media group and publisher of Sing Tao Daily 星島日報|星岛日报
next week
a single spark (idiom); an insignificant cause can have a massive effect
Sirius, a double star in constellation Canis Major 大犬座
(China's achievements of) producing an atomic bomb (1964) and hydrogen bomb (1967) and launching a satellite into space (1970)
comet or supernova viewed as evil portent
Jupiter (planet)
rapidly
nanosatellite
meteorite / falling star
which day of the week
weather satellite
bearer of ill luck / person with the evil eye / comet
actress or actor known for having been photographed in the nude or for appearing in sexy scenes
to see stars / dazed
Saturn (planet)
to travel or work through night and day / to toil away for long hours
lit. whole sky, a multitude of stars
Frappuccino
Mercury in traditional Chinese astronomy / see also 水星
Globalnaya Navigatsionaya Satelinaya Sistema or Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS), the Russian equivalent of GPS / abbr. to 格洛納斯|格洛纳斯
bright star / name of North Korean space satellite
a single spark can start a huge blaze (idiom); an insignificant cause can have a massive effect

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