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HSK
goodbye / see you again later
HSK 1
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  *再* | 再* | *再
again / once more / re- / second / another / then (after sth, and not until then) / no matter how ... (followed by an adjective or verb, and then (usually) or for emphasis)
HSK 2
over and over again / again and again
HSK 5
to continue the struggle (idiom); to persist / unremitting efforts
HSK 6
no more / no longer
one more time / again / one more / once again
to say again / to put off a discussion until later / moreover / what's more / besides
once more / once again / one more time
to be reborn / to regenerate / to be a second so-and-so (famous dead person) / recycling / regeneration
moreover / besides
no matter how ...
(not) any more
to recreate / to reconstruct (a historical relic)
again
to reuse
repeatedly
if not, then / otherwise
to meet again / until we meet again / goodbye
to arise again / to make a comeback / resurgence
to renew / to reform
moreover / besides
to give a new lease of life / to reconstruct / to reform / to rework / to recycle / to reproduce (copies, or offspring) / restoration / restructuring
rediscovery
to come again
reinsurance (contractual device spreading risk between insurers)
to remarry (of woman)
to remarry
to reopen / to start again
to reuse
to reissue / (of a disease) to recur / (of a patient) to suffer a relapse
to repeat a crime / persistent offender
lit. to return to office after living as a hermit on Mount Dongshan (idiom); fig. to make a comeback
couldn't be better / ideal / wonderful
renewable (resource)
to bow again / to bow twice (gesture of respect in former times) / (in letters, an expression of respect)
second edition / reprint
to reappear
regenerative medicine
to hear a case again / review / retrial
to transfer again
lit. one's youth will never return / to make the most of one's opportunities (idiom)
to reoccur
to increase / to multiply / to proliferate
refinancing / restructuring (a loan)
even better
to repeat errors / to continue blundering / to make continuous mistakes
reprocessing
to reassure
opportunity knocks but once (idiom)
to read again / to review (a lesson etc)
to reproduce / reproduction
walk-off home run
repeatedly / over and over again
to promote again / reappointed
a flower may blossom again, but a person cannot get young again (proverb)
financial reinsurance / fin re
like a second parent (idiom); one's great benefactor
nonrenewable resource
Time that has passed will never come back. (idiom)
again and again
return what you borrowed on time, you may borrow again next time (idiom)
your favor amounts to being given a new lease on life (idiom)
Opportunity knocks but once. (idiom)
a replay (of sports match) / a play-off
renewable energy source
aplastic anemia
recycling industry
to expand production / to reproduce on an extended scale
to reconstruct / to build another
to remarry
to keep doing (the wrong thing)
regenerative braking
Chen Zaidao (1909-1993), general in the People's Liberation Army
lit. even a mosquito, though tiny, provides some nourishment (idiom) / fig. it's better than nothing
reconstructive surgery
renewable fuel
to make more of the same thing / to reproduce / to reprocess / to remanufacture
to re-enter
refined salt
weakening and close to exhaustion (idiom); in terminal decline / on one's last legs
repeatedly / over and over again
may be done once and once only / just this once
renewable resource
cash in transit (accountancy)
recycled paper
reactivation hypothesis
closed-circuit rebreather scuba (diving)


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