Dictionary content from CC-CEDICT De keizer is ver weg - boek met wilde avonturen in China

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  *本* | 本* | *本
root / stem / origin / source / this / the current / original / inherent / originally / classifier for books, periodicals, files etc
energy / power source / CL: 個|个
source (of information etc) / origin
electric power source
fountainhead / well-spring / water source / fig. origin
  *原* | 原* | *原
former / original / primary / raw / level / cause / source
source material (in literature and art)
source (of a product) / place of origin / manufacturing location
  *源* | 源* | *源
root / source / origin
to translate and edit / translator-editor / (computing) to compile (source code)
  *母* | 母* | *母
mother / elderly female relative / origin / source / (of animals) female
water source / water supply / headwaters of a river
source (esp. of quotation or literary allusion) / origin / where sth comes from
source code (computing)
light source
source material / original story
quotation (from a book or existing source)
source / fountainhead
water plants / habitat with water source and grass
the Absolute or Supreme Ultimate, the source of all things according to some interpretations of Chinese mythology
to consult / to refer to / to look sth up in a reference source
  *溯* | 溯* | *溯
to go upstream / to trace the source
to investigate the origin of sth / to trace a river upstream back to its source
  *于* | 于* | *于
(of time or place) in; at; on / (indicating any indirect relation) to; toward; vis-à-vis; with regard to; for / (indicating a source) from; out of / (used in comparison) than / (used in the passive voice) by
financial resources / source of revenue
lit. when you drink water, think of its source (idiom); gratitude for blessings and their well-spring / Don't forget where your happiness come from. / Be grateful for all your blessings!
to rise / to originate / source / derivation
(of watercourses) source and direction of flow / origin and development
(idiom) to assemble from bits and pieces; to combine items from disparate sources
origin / source / relationship
heat source
springhead / fountainhead / (fig.) source
source of calamity (esp. of women)
source of customers
a legendary tree that sheds coins when shaken / a source of easy money (idiom)
river source
whereabouts / place to settle / reliable source (of funds etc) / (of responsibility for a matter) to rest with sb / settlement / solution
tinder / source of a fire / inflammable material / (fig.) spark (of a revolution etc)
blueprint / source material on which later works (books, movies etc) are based
Yingzhou, easternmost of three fabled islands in Eastern sea, home of immortals and source of elixir of immortality
reference book consisting of material quoted from many sources, arranged by category (about 600 of which were compiled between the 3rd and 18th centuries in China)
to trace sth back to its source / to get to the bottom of sth
to show the wolf into the house (idiom) / to introduce a potential source of trouble
lit. to open a water source and reduce outflow (idiom); to increase income and save on spending / to broaden the sources of income and economize on expenditure
lit. a falling leaf returns to the roots (idiom) / fig. all things go back to their source eventually / in old age, an expatriate returns home
lit. source is distant and the flow is long (idiom); fig. sth goes back to the dim and distant past / a lot of water has flowed under the bridge since then
place of origin / source (of a war or a social movement)
(of a light source) to cast one's light on / to project (an image)
person in the know / insider / informed source
in the country of the blind the one-eyed man is king (idiom) / (depending on the source, the last word is either 大王 or 大王)
manpower resources (for military service) / sources of troops
origin / source
to quote from secondary source
(botany) coca (source of cocaine)
(of a sound) to come forth / (of a sound source) to ring out / to sound / to go off
to make an investigative visit / to go and find out from the source
(idiom) to rely on a single authority to determine what is correct / to regard a source (or entity or individual) as the ultimate authority
to go back to the source
to proofread / to revise one or more editions of a text using an authoritative edition as a source book / to editorially revise a text
supply of students / source of students
Origin of Dharma (in Buddhism) / source of the law
renewable energy source
source code (computing) (Tw, HK)
radiation source
Fayuan or Source of the Law temple in Beijing
lit. when you drink water, think of its source (idiom); gratitude for blessings and their well-spring / Don't forget where your happiness come from. / Be grateful for all your blessings!
person without identification papers, a normal residence permit or a source of income
neutron source
source of an infection
original source / place of origin / provenance
source language (linguistics)
reference material / source documents
coca plant (source of cocaine)
source of oxygen (of forests and nature reserves) / (cliché) lungs of the planet
sealed radiation source
to lead the dog into the village (idiom) / to introduce a potential source of trouble
to invite the devil to one's house (idiom) / to introduce a potential source of trouble
source of Changjiang or Yangtze river
well-informed source; person with inside information
source code (computing)
source organ
source code (computing)
source address
(of income etc) to be unassured; to lack a reliable source
place of origin / birthplace / source
source code (computing)
source code (computing) (Tw)
to trace something to its source (idiom)
treasure bowl (mythology) / fig. source of wealth / cornucopia / gold mine
(fig.) attractive and easy mark / source of steady profit / moneymaker / cash cow
  *胎* | 胎* | *胎
fetus / classifier for litters (of puppies etc) / padding (in clothing or bedding) / womb carrying a fetus / (fig.) origin / source / (loanword) tire
lit. food and medicine come from the same source (idiom) / fig. there is no clear-cut distinction between food and medicine
a derivative (complex product derived from simpler source material)
information source
source language (for translation)
to pursue sth back to its origins / to trace back to the source / to get to the bottom of sth
to go back to the source
open source (computing)

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