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  *累* | 累* | *累
to accumulate / to involve or implicate (Taiwan pr. [lei4]) / continuous / repeated
  *累* | 累* | *累
tired / weary / to strain / to wear out / to work hard
  *累* | 累* | *累
rope / to bind together / to twist around
to accumulate / accumulation / cumulative / cumulatively
to accumulate / cumulative
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surname Lei
to accumulate
tired / exhausted / worn out / to toil
(literary) (of fruit, achievements etc) clusters of / piles of / heaps of / gaunt / haggard / wretched / Taiwan pr. [lei3 lei3]
again and again / innumerable / repeated / riddled with / accumulated
variant of 累累
to accumulate over a long period of time
to involve / to affect
superfluous / cumbersome / a burden on sb / a nuisance to sb / to inconvenience / to tie sb down / long-winded (of writing) / also pr. [lei2 zhui5]
to encumber / to be a burden on / to implicate
Dresden, capital of Saxony 薩克森州|萨克森州, Germany
progressive (taxation etc)
Malé, capital of Maldives
I have troubled you
heavily laden with fruit / fertile (of trees) / many noteworthy achievements
to get dragged into / to get involved (on sb else's account)
to be put to a lot of trouble
to involve / to implicate sb / to spread to others (harm, trouble, damage etc)
to tire oneself out through overwork / to work oneself to death
for years / over the years
bruised / riddled with scars
Dar es Salaam (former capital of Tanzania)
year in, year out (idiom) / (over) many years
to become exhausted
to implicate / to involve
tired to the point of dropping
to repeatedly commit an offense / repeat offender / habitual criminal / recidivist / recidivism
accumulator (computing)
(lit.) so exhausted (by difficulties in a relationship) that one feels one could never fall in love again (Internet slang) / disenchanted with sth
(of a piece of writing) long and tedious (idiom) / verbose
deep in debt
Vilfredo Pareto (1848-1923), Italian economist
tired / exhausted
Pareto efficiency (economics) / Pareto optimality
to get sb involved in one's trouble / Taiwan pr. [dai4 lei4]
lit. prodigious abundance of fruit (idiom) / fruit hangs heavy on the bough / fig. countless accomplishments / one great result after another
to collapse / to be worn out / to break down
(Internet slang) to be dog-tired
precarious as pile of eggs (idiom); ready to fall and break at any moment / in a dangerous state
(of a text) very lengthy (idiom)
cumulative dose
to weigh down / to trouble / to implicate (sb) / tied down (by affairs)
Murray (name)
year in, year out (idiom)
to accumulate gold and jewels (idiom); prosperous
having an extensive criminal record
debts of blood crying out for retribution
codependency (psychology)
variant of 累贅|累赘
year in, year out (idiom) / (over) many years
Pareto principle
to accumulate merit and virtue
lit. by the thousands and tens of thousands (idiom); untold numbers / innumerable / thousands upon thousands
mixed-up and superfluous
lit. a wealthy person does not sit under the eaves (idiom); fig. a rich man does not expose himself to danger
month after month, year after year / year in, year out
cumulative poison
debt-ridden / heavily laden with debt
lit. the matter has become a pile of eggs (idiom); fig. at a critical juncture
Murray-Darling river system in the southeast of Australia
cumulative total
to fill boxes and baskets to the brim (with treasures)
taxing (mentally or emotionally)

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