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to hold concurrent posts / concurrent job / moonlighting
HSK 5
an overall plan taking into account all factors
HSK 6
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double / twice / simultaneous / holding two or more (official) posts at the same time
to attend simultaneously to two or more things / to balance (career and family, family and education etc)
to hold several jobs at once / concurrent post / working part-time
to moonlight / side job
to combine / to have both
compatible
holding two jobs simultaneously
to combine / to have both
(of a person) beautiful inside and out
have both
use both carrot and stick / use gentle methods and force / an iron hand in a velvet glove
to teach classes in addition to other duties / to hold several teaching jobs
"universal love", principle advocated by Mozi 墨子, stressing that people should care for everyone equally
a second job / supplementary way of making a living
excelling both in morals and studies (idiom); top marks for studies and for behavior (at school) / a paragon of virtue and learning
to annex / to take over / to acquire
to travel at double speed / to make all haste
electromagnetic compatibility
completely compatible
to have both (at the same time)
to travel day and night
using several (methods)
an all-rounder / good at everything
compatibility
to include and monopolize many things / all-embracing
mergers and acquisitions (M&A)
driver-guide
mutually compatible
to contain two things at a time / to mingle / to incorporate
to adequately take into account both public and private interests
incorporating diverse things (idiom) / eclectic / all-embracing
talent in both military and civil field (idiom)
having both integrity and talent (idiom)
incompatibility
to employ both kindness and severity (idiom)
lit. the fish and the bear's paw, you can't have both at the same time (idiom, from Mencius); fig. you must choose one or the other / you can't always get everything you want / you can't have your cake and eat it


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