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the day after tomorrow / life after birth (the period in which one develops through experiences, contrasted with 先天) / acquired (not innate or congenital) / a posteriori
experience / to experience
to know from experience / to learn through experience / to realize / understanding / experience
experience / CL: 個|个, / to experience / to go through
to sense / perception / to feel (through the senses) / to experience / a feeling / an impression / an experience
to experience for oneself
  *晒* | 晒* | *晒
(of the sun) to shine on / to bask in (the sunshine) / to dry (clothes, grain etc) in the sun / (fig.) to expose and share (one's experiences and thoughts) on the Web (loanword from "share") / (coll.) to give the cold shoulder to
fresh (experience, food etc) / freshness / novel / uncommon
  *尝* | 尝* | *尝
to taste; to try (food) / to experience / (literary) ever; once
  *尝* | 尝* | *尝
to taste; to experience (variant of 嘗|尝)
to meet with / to encounter / (bitter) experience
to draw on (others' experience) / to learn from (how others do things) / lesson to be learned (by observing others)
what one has learned (through experience, reading etc) / knowledge / insight / understanding / tips / CL: 項|项, 個|个
HSK 7-9
to experience; to go through
HSK 7-9
to experience / experience
HSK 7-9
to gain first-hand knowledge of sth / to experience for oneself / knowledge / experience / insight
HSK 7-9
deposits accumulated over long periods / fig. valuable experience, accumulated wisdom
HSK 7-9
(of objects) to fall / to drop / to droop / (medicine) to experience tenesmus
HSK 7-9
déjà vu (the experience of seeing exactly the same situation a second time) / seemingly familiar / apparently already acquainted
HSK 7-9
qualifications / experience / seniority
HSK 7-9
to journey to India on a quest for the Buddhist scriptures / to learn by studying another's experience
HSK 7-9
to fully experience (good or bad)
HSK 7-9
  *体* | 体* | *体
body / form / style / system / substance / to experience / aspect (linguistics)
  *更* | 更* | *更
to change or replace / to experience / one of the five two-hour periods into which the night was formerly divided / watch (e.g. of a sentry or guard)
  *阅* | 阅* | *阅
to inspect / to review / to read / to peruse / to go through / to experience
  *涉* | 涉* | *涉
(literary) to wade across a body of water / (bound form) to experience / to undergo / to be involved / to concern
  *历* | 历* | *历
to experience / to undergo / to pass through / all / each / every / history
to play fast and loose with the law / to game the system / (leisure) rules of the game / way of doing an activity / (tourism) way of experiencing a place
to be at the scene (sitting for an exam, performing, competing, giving directions etc) / firsthand (experience) / impromptu (remarks etc)
  *龄* | 龄* | *龄
age / length of experience, membership etc
what one has seen and heard / knowledge / one's experience
to experience a power outage; to have a power failure
to learn through experience / experience / practiced / experienced
to experience adventures
old soldier; veteran / veteran (sb who has a lot of experience in some domain)
one's life experience; one's lot; one's past history
to pass on experience (to the next generation)
to get over (a traumatic experience, misgivings etc)
to experience / to realize / to comprehend
to personally experience
(of a cadre etc) to work for a period of time with a grassroots unit to gain firsthand experience / (dialect) taking a crap
to reduce the number of personnel / to experience a reduction in the number of personnel
to be jolted around (car on a bumpy road, boat on a rough sea, aircraft experiencing turbulence) / (fig.) to undergo a rough experience
(idiom) to experience it for oneself / to actually *be* there (as opposed to reading about it etc)
years of teaching experience; teaching experience
to revive old dreams (idiom); to relive past experiences
to experience / to observe
much obliged / thank you / to ask advice / (ironically or humorously) to experience / to taste
to have a change of weather (esp. for the worse) / (fig.) to experience a major upheaval; to undergo sweeping change
the frog at the bottom of the well (idiom) / fig. a person of limited outlook and experience
to be more scared than hurt (idiom) / to get through a daunting experience without mishap
to go through challenging experiences / to become seasoned (in one's profession etc)
(literary) brief obituary / one's past experience / one's past record / Taiwan pr. [xing4 zhuang4]
to talk from one's personal experience / to use oneself as an example
to have long experience of / to go through repeatedly
age and experience / seniority
a person with knowledge and experience (idiom)
lit. a bird startled by the mere twang of a bow (idiom) / fig. sb who frightens easily, due to past experiences
to eat meat after having maintained a vegetarian diet / (fig.) to do sth as a novel experience
lit. an easy drive on a familiar path (idiom); fig. experience makes progress easy / a task that is so familiar one can do it with one's hand tied behind one's back
don't forget past events, they can guide you in future (idiom); benefit from past experience
full of political wisdom (idiom) / politically astute / with encyclopedic experience of state policy
to think of the pain when the pain is gone (idiom) / to ponder about a painful experience
to enjoy fully / to experience to the full over a long period
old and decrepit / proud of one's age and experience (idiom)
knowledge and experience
(Tw) to draw on (others' experience) / to learn from (how others do things) / lesson to be learned (by observing others)
to react to pregnancy by experiencing morning sickness or a strong appetite for certain foods
lit. an old horse knows the way home (idiom); fig. in difficulty, trust an experience colleague
lit. cutting and polishing (idiom) / fig. to learn by exchanging ideas or experiences
lit. you can't gain knowledge without practical experience (idiom) / fig. wisdom only comes with experience
lit. pale-faced scholar (idiom); young and inexperienced person without practical experience / still wet behind the ears
army life (idiom) / the experience of war
the person who drinks it knows best whether the water is hot or cold (Zen proverb); self-awareness comes from within / to know best by personal experience
length of experience as a driver
knowledge and experience
to pass on scripture / to teach Confucian doctrine / to pass on one's experience
to see the world / to go out into society / to gain experience
to form and train (a military unit) / to create and practice (a martial art) / to train oneself (by real-life experience)
sophisticate / man with extensive experience / child prodigy / Wunderkind (i.e. brilliant child) / spirit within a person (i.e. blood and essential breath 血氣|血气 of TCM)
to experience
lit. the salted fish turns over (idiom) / fig. to experience a reversal of fortune
(of a plant) to experience excessive vegetative growth (at the expense of flowering or fruiting)
sb who has come back to China after gaining overseas experience (a pun on 海龜|海龟) / to return to China after a period of study or work overseas
to work in the fields (esp. young school-leavers) / forced agricultural experience for city intellectuals
Granny Liu visits the Grand View gardens / (of a simple person) to be overwhelmed by new experiences and luxurious surroundings
to experience one's full share of sorrows (idiom)
to learn from experience (coll.)
member of a group who have gone through some experience in the same year
camaraderie between persons who have gone through some experience in the same year
person who shares their experiences and thoughts with others on the Internet
experienced / with ample experience
to experience together with sb
(idiom) to have a bad experience as a customer / to encounter poor service
to take in (old and new experiences and sorrows)
Knowledge comes from books and from experience of the world. (idiom) / Learn as much as you can and do all you can.
to possess limited experience and knowledge (idiom)
to experience good luck
extra-empirical / outside one's experience
past experience

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