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  *初* | 初* | *初
at first / (at the) beginning / first / junior / basic
primary election
at that time / originally
HSK 6
junior / primary
HSK 5
first love
for the first time / first (meeting, attempt etc)
initial stage / beginning period
initial / preliminary / tentative
HSK 6
first / primary / initial / original / at first / initially / originally
HSK 5
initial / starting (point)
beginning of the year
start of month / early in the month
beginning student
junior high school / abbr. for 初級中學|初级中学
(one's) original intention, aspiration etc / (Buddhism) "beginner's mind" (i.e. having an attitude of openness when studying a subject just as a beginner in that subject would)
first day of lunar month / New Year's Day / first year in junior middle school
originally / at first / at the outset
HSK 6
original intention
(computing) to initialize / initialization
preliminary exam / qualifying exam / first try / preliminary testing
third year in junior middle school
early summer
2nd year in junior middle school / 2nd day of a lunar month / 2nd day of lunar New Year
lower elementary school / abbr. for 初级小学
beginning of an age / beginning of a decade
preliminary contest / initial heats of a competition
preliminary trial
elementary (i.e. easy)
newborn / nascent / primary (biology)
first of the five night watch periods 19:00-21:00 (old)
first draft (of writing)
initial (i.e. initial consonant of a syllable in Asian phonetics)
at the outset / at first / early
startup (company, phase etc) / newly established / in the early stages
as before / as ever
archaic (and simpler) form of a Chinese character
rising (sun, moon etc)
new company / newly established enterprise
early years
the early Ming (i.e. from second half of 14th century)
early autumn / 7th month of the lunar calendar
to be a newcomer / just off the boat
to make a preliminary estimate
junior high school / junior middle school
New Year's Day in the lunar calendar
the absolute beginning
first founded
venturing from one's thatched hut for the first time (idiom) / young and inexperienced / novice / greenhorn
to regret one's past deeds (idiom)
first sign of budding talent / to display one's ability for the first time
first awakening of love (usually of a girl) (idiom)
early evening / wedding night / (fig.) first sexual encounter
first offender / first offense
(literary) former times / in olden days
early evening when lanterns are first lit
to bury the hatchet / to become reconciled
lit. newborn calves do not fear tigers (idiom) / fig. the young are fearless
intact / untouched / as good as before
lit. you may go undetected during the new moon, but at full moon you'll be found out (idiom) / fig. you can't put it off forever / sooner or later you'll have to deal with it
lit. a new-born calf has no fear of the tiger (idiom) / fig. the fearlessness of youth
lower elementary school / abbr. to 初小
early part (of a decade, century etc) / the first years
middle ten days of July, the first of 三伏 sān fú, three hottest periods of the year
Zhang Jingchu (1980-), PRC actress
man at birth is fundamentally good in nature / the first two lines of Three Character Classic 三字經|三字经
early winter
first sign (of budding talent)
Slapping the Table in Amazement (Part I), first of two books of vernacular stories by Ming dynasty novelist Ling Mengchu 凌濛初|凌蒙初
late Yuan and early Ming / mid 14th century
feelings of first love
if I (you, she, he...) had known it would come to this, I (you, she, he...) would not have acted thus (idiom) / to regret vainly one's past behavior
junior high student
to have a try / to try one's hand / initial foray
menarche
late Ming and early Qing / around the middle of the 17th century
Ling Mengchu (1580-1644), Ming dynasty novelist and dramatist / also written 凌蒙初
tentative idea
Lotus (department store chain)
elementary algebra
late Han and early Wei (roughly, first half of 3rd century AD)
first sign of budding talent / to display one's ability for the first time
the late Qing and early Republic, i.e. China around 1911
the first meridian / the prime meridian
erroneous variant of 阿閦佛, Aksobhya, the imperturbable ruler of Eastern Paradise, Abhirati
primary education / junior school education
lit. to first show one's horns (idiom); fig. a first show of emerging talent / first sign of emerging talent / budding genius
almost everything has a start, but not many things have an end (idiom); don't start sth you can't handle
the Four Great Poets of the Early Tang, namely Wang Bo 王勃, Yang Jiong 楊炯|杨炯, Lu Zhaolin 盧照鄰|卢照邻, and Luo Binwang 駱賓王|骆宾王
Ling Mengchu (1580-1644), Ming dynasty novelist and dramatist / also written 凌濛初
Four Great Calligraphers of early Tang / refers to Yu Shinan 虞世南, Ouyang Xun 歐陽詢|欧阳询, Chu Suiliang 褚遂良 and Xue Ji 薛稷
the Greenwich meridian


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