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to use / to employ / to apply / to make use of
  *使* | 使* | *使
to make / to cause / to enable / to use / to employ / to send / to instruct sb to do sth / envoy / messenger
even if / even though
embassy / CL: , 個|个
to induce / to promote / to urge / to impel / to bring about / to provoke / to drive (sb to do sth) / to catalyze / to actuate / to contribute to (some development)
erhua variant of 使勁|使劲
mission / long-term task to which one devotes oneself / a calling
to cause / to result in
terms of use
usable / workable / feasible / doable / to make / to cause
ambassador / envoy / CL: ,
to exercise (a right etc)
goodwill ambassador
emissary / envoy
Acts of the Apostles (New Testament)
usage rights
to force / to compel
volume of use / usage amount
diplomatic mission
even if / even though
to use / to exert
usable value
consulate / diplomatic mission
to reuse
to mastermind / to orchestrate / to instigate / mastermind / instigator
secret envoy / acupuncture point Pc-5
to urge / to prompt / to spur on / to order sb about
if / in case / suppose / given ...
recycle / to use in cyclic order
to exert all one's strength
no first use (policy for nuclear weapons) / NFU
to exert all one's strength
to incite / to prompt (sb to do sth)
to lure into / to entrap / to trick into / to entice / to induce / to invite / to tempt
to facilitate
messenger / courier
secret envoy
to play dirty tricks / to be up to mischief
commissioner (old)
to order sb about / to use sb
to exercise power
easy to use / to function well / so that / in order to
to cause / to render
to go abroad as ambassador / to be sent on a diplomatic mission
to make content
embassy and consulate
to put to work (servant or animal) / to make use of for labor
demons and gods at work (idiom); unexplained event crying out for a supernatural explanation / curious coincidence
special envoy / special ambassador
to dispatch an envoy
in order that / so that / so as to / to cause sth
to exasperate
to accustom
lit. to order people by pointing the chin (idiom); to signal orders by facial gesture / arrogant and bossy
cannot be used / must not (do sth) / unacceptable
(diplomatic) envoy
to order (sb) around / to send on an errand / to order away
to send / to assign / to appoint / servants of an official / official messenger
official post / billet / commission / CL: / see also 差事
usage (i.e. extent of use)
person who represents an organization and enhances its image / ambassador
as the arm moves the finger (idiom) / freely and effortlessly / to have perfect command of
minister / diplomat performing ambassadorial role in Qing times, before regular diplomatic relations
a diplomatic group / a delegation
to dilate / to expand
to use (sb) as a tool
to harass
to intoxicate
to unify
to use (an animal or servant) / working (animal) / (beast) of burden / causative form of verbs (esp. in grammar of Japanese, Korean etc)
the work of gods and devils (idiom); unexplained event crying out for a supernatural explanation / curious coincidence
to force / to oblige
to displease
an ambassador of the church / an Apostolic Nuncio (from the Vatican)
to throw a fit / to act temperamental
to appoint the virtuous and use the able (idiom); appointment on the basis of ability and integrity
to dignify
imperative sentence
Modesty leads to progress, arrogance makes you drop behind (favorite slogan of Mao Zedong)
envoy charge with promoting agriculture (in Han dynasty)
to paralyze
the Macartney mission to Qing China in 1793
plenipotentiary ambassador
"angel in white" (laudatory term for a nurse)
repetitive strain injury (RSI)
Tang and Song dynasty provincial governor, in Tang times having military and civil authority, but only civil authority in Song
peace envoy
to give sb a meaningful look
to deafen
to respect talent and make use of ability (Mencius)
embassy (old term) / foreign mission
Annunciation (Christian festival on 25th March) / Lady day
when two kingdoms are at war, they don't execute envoys (idiom)
lit. to order people by pointing the chin (idiom); to signal orders by facial gesture / arrogant and bossy

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