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to prohibit / to forbid / to ban
to stop / to halt / to cease
  *止* | 止* | *止
to stop / to prohibit / until / only
to close / to stop / to put a stop to sth / cut-off point / stopping point / deadline
to prevent / to guard against / to take precautions
until / (used in combination with words like or in constructs of the form ...為止|到...为止)
to stop / to terminate (law)
so far / up to now / still (not)
to prevent / to block
to repeal (a law) / to put an end to / abolition / annulled
until now / so far
many times / on more than one occasion
to halt / to stop / to go no farther
bearing / manner / mien
to staunch (bleeding) / hemostatic (drug)
to suppress coughing
limit / boundary / end
to relieve pain / to stop pain / analgesic
still / immobile / static / stationary
to cease / to suspend / to break off / to stop / to discontinue
to curb / to put a stop to / to stop / to check / to limit
(idiom) to gasp in amazement / to acclaim as the peak of perfection
to stop at this point / to end here / to call it a day
without end / never-ending
to stop
No smoking!
with a grunting sound it stops (idiom); to come to an end spontaneously (esp. of sound)
to continue despite repeated prohibition (idiom)
ceaseless; endless (idiom)
to stop before going too far (idiom); to stop while one can / don't overdo it / stop while you're ahead
no end to learning (idiom); There's always something new to study. / You live and learn.
to want to say sth but then hesitate
painkiller / analgesic / anodyne
not only / far from / more than
incomparably good
to be at peace with oneself
painkiller / analgesic
Guwen Guanzhi, an anthology of essays written in Literary Chinese, compiled and edited by Wu Chucai and Wu Diaohou of Qing dynasty
Do not enter! (road sign)
complete prohibition / total ban
lit. drinking poison in the hope of quenching one's thirst (idiom) / fig. a supposed remedy that only makes matters worse
to invigorate blood circulation and alleviate pain (idiom)
to dabble and stop (idiom); to dip into / to attempt half-heartedly / content with a smattering of knowledge
to dabble and stop (idiom); to dip into / to attempt half-heartedly / content with a smattering of knowledge / also written 淺嘗輒止|浅尝辄止
lit. if he orders you go, he forbids you stop (idiom); fig. to demand exact compliance with instructions / to ensure strictly obedience
to forbid sb to go out / to curfew / to ground (as disciplinary measure)
to hold back / to check (i.e. to stop sb's advance) / to resist / esp. with negative, irresistible, unstoppable etc
lit. the trees long for peace but the wind will never cease (idiom) / fig. the world changes, whether you want it or not
an analgesic / pain killer
cough suppressant syrup / cough mixture
stop-loss point, a point at which you make a small loss to limit your losses
while stocks last / subject to availability
lit. to quench one's thirst by thinking of plums (idiom) / fig. to console oneself with illusions
to shout at sb to stop
movements / attitude / behavior / whereabouts / tracks
while there is life, the fight continues (idiom); to fight to the last
visitors are not admitted (idiom)
stationary front (meteorology)
method of relieving pain
Band-Aid / plaster
to supress / to restrain
Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty
to touch on sth and leave it there / to take care not to overdo sth
Xizhi or Hsichih city in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
incessantly / without end / more than / not limited to
nuclear test ban treaty
dressing / pad to stop bleeding
Xizhi or Hsichih city in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
to stop / to leave off
rest (music)
snooze button
plug to stop bleeding / tampon (medicine)
looks and demeanor
to allay one's hunger and slake one's thirst (idiom)
(literary) end / limit
to approach / to come close
to lie to (facing the wind)

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