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to sacrifice one's life / to sacrifice (sth valued) / beast slaughtered as a sacrifice
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  *明* | 明* | *明
bright / opposite: dark / (of meaning) clear / to understand / next / public or open / wise / generic term for a sacrifice to the gods
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  *祭* | 祭* | *祭
to offer a sacrifice to (gods or ancestors) / memorial ceremony / (in classical novels) to recite an incantation to activate a magic weapon / (lit. and fig.) to wield
spirit of loyalty and self-sacrifice / code of brotherhood / also pr. [yi4 qi5]
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  *薦* | 薦* | *薦
to recommend / to offer sacrifice (arch.) / grass / straw mat
fatal / mortal / deadly / to sacrifice one's life
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  *玥* | 玥* | *玥
pearl used in sacrifice
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  *牢* | 牢* | *牢
firm / sturdy / fold (for animals) / sacrifice / prison
to offer sacrifices to the gods or ancestors
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  *祛* | 祛* | *祛
sacrifice to drive away calamity / to dispel / to drive away / to remove
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  *祠* | 祠* | *祠
shrine / to offer a sacrifice
to offer sacrifices to Confucius
to consecrate / to enshrine and worship / an offering (to one's ancestors) / a sacrifice (to a god)
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  *軷* | 軷* | *軷
sacrifice
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  *祀* | 祀* | *祀
to sacrifice / to offer libation to
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  *豁* | 豁* | *豁
opening / stake all / sacrifice / crack / slit
to offer sacrifices to one's ancestors
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  *醮* | 醮* | *醮
to perform sacrifice
to offer sacrifices (to one's ancestors) / to hold or attend a memorial service
lit. torn body and crushed bones (idiom) / fig. to die horribly / to sacrifice one's life
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  *禴* | 禴* | *禴
spring imperial ancestral sacrifice
to be willing to sacrifice everything one has (idiom)
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  *焄* | 焄* | *焄
fumes from sacrifice
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  *俎* | 俎* | *俎
a stand for food at sacrifice
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  *釁* | 釁* | *釁
quarrel / dispute / a blood sacrifice (arch.)
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  *燔* | 燔* | *燔
burn / to roast meat for sacrifice
to commit one's energy to / to devote oneself to / to sacrifice one's life for / (coll.) (of a woman) to give one's virginity to
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  *犧* | 犧* | *犧
sacrifice
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  *佾* | 佾* | *佾
row of dancers at sacrifices
sacrifice oneself for one's country / martyr
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  *畤* | 畤* | *畤
ancient sacrifice
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  *祫* | 祫* | *祫
triennial sacrifice to ancestors
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  *禋* | 禋* | *禋
sacrifice
to sell cheaply / sacrifice / low price / discount sale
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  *礿* | 礿* | *礿
spring imperial ancestral sacrifice
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  *雩* | 雩* | *雩
summer sacrifice for rain
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  *禫* | 禫* | *禫
sacrifice at the end of mourning
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  *瘞* | 瘞* | *瘞
bury / sacrifice
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  *垗* | 垗* | *垗
sacrifice
to throw one's life in for / to haplessly give one's life for / to sacrifice oneself torturously working for another or for a group / to pour in one's utmost effort / to shed one's last ounce of strength for
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  *餕* | 餕* | *餕
remains of a sacrifice or a meal
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  *餟* | 餟* | *餟
circle shrines and make sacrifices
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  *餋* | 餋* | *餋
to offer sacrifices
to die together in the name of love / to sacrifice oneself for love
sacrifice hit (in sport, e.g. baseball)
to sacrifice one's life by loyalty (to one's prince, one's husband etc)
to offer sacrifices to the kitchen god
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  *膰* | 膰* | *膰
cooked meat used in sacrifice
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  *墠* | 墠* | *墠
level spot for sacrifices
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  *簝* | 簝* | *簝
bamboo receptacle used to hold meat for temple sacrifices in ancient times
to smear one's lips with the blood of a sacrifice as a means of pledging allegiance (old)
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  *禜* | 禜* | *禜
sacrifice
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  *禖* | 禖* | *禖
heir-requesting sacrifice
person willing to sacrifice his life (for a good cause)
blood sacrifice / animal sacrifice (to a God or ancestral spirit)
I beg you to partake of this sacrifice (used at the end of an elegiac address)
lit. knifes piercing both sides (idiom) / fig. to attach a great importance to friendship, up to the point of being able to sacrifice oneself for it
sacrifices
to sacrifice one's life
a true gentleman will sacrifice his life for a friend who understands him, as a woman makes herself beautiful for her sweetheart
to offer sacrifices to the gods
to abandon self for others (idiom, from Analects); to sacrifice one's own interest for other people / altruism
to sacrifice one's wealth to save the state (idiom)
to give up life for righteousness (idiom, from Mencius) / to choose honor over life; would rather sacrifice one's life than one's principles
Eid al-Adha or Festival of the Sacrifice (Qurban), celebrated on the 10th day of the 12th month of the Islamic calendar
(religion) to sacrifice / sacrifice / animal offered as sacrifice
to abandon self for others (idiom); to sacrifice oneself to help the people / altruism
to sacrifice one's life in a crisis
a worship ceremony for the dead / to offer sacrifice (to ancestors) / a libation
to sacrifice one's life
to sacrifice oneself in a just cause / a victim of a disaster
to offer / to give (as tribute) / to devote (one's life) / to sacrifice (oneself)
heroically sacrificing one's life (idiom); to sacrifice oneself fervently to the cause
to host a banquet / feast / banquet / ceremony of sacrifice
to feed the starving ghosts (i.e. offer sacrifice to protect the departed spirit)
to pray for luck and sacrifice to avoid disasters (i.e. traditional superstitions)
pouring of wine on ground for sacrifice
to be buried alive as sacrifice (together with husband or superior)
to offer sacrifice
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  *禘* | 禘* | *禘
imperial ancestral sacrifice
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  *飣* | 飣* | *飣
display food for show only / sacrifice
history written in blood / epic period of struggle and sacrifice
rook sacrifice to save the king (in Chinese chess); fig. to protect a senior figure by blaming an underling / to pass the buck
to offer one's life in sacrifice
to offer one's life in sacrifice
to offer sacrifices (to gods or ancestors) whilst abstaining from meat, wine etc
sacrificing one's life generously (idiom); to sacrifice oneself fervently to the cause
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  *梡* | 梡* | *梡
(tree) / stand for sacrifice
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  *禳* | 禳* | *禳
sacrifice for avoiding calamity
to be willing to / to be ready to / to be content with / accepting (of restriction, sacrifice, risk etc)
to wail at a funeral / formal wailing while offering sacrifice to the departed
to offer sacrifice (to one's ancestors)
selfless / self-sacrifice (to help others) / self-renunciation / altruism
to die without regrets (idiom); to sacrifice oneself without hesitation
sb who sacrifices himself / sacrificial victim / sb who is expendable
to give sacrifice
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  *舋* | 舋* | *舋
variant of 釁|衅 / quarrel / dispute / a blood sacrifice (arch.)
to heroically sacrifice one's life
car slave, sb forced to sacrifice quality of life to buy or maintain a car
"flying fish family", family who sacrifice everything to send their children abroad to study


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