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life span / life expectancy / lifetime (of a machine)
life (as the characteristic of living beings) / living being / creature / CL: 個|个, 條|条
  *命* | 命* | *命
life / fate / order or command / to assign a name, title etc
to give a name to / to dub / to christen / to designate / named after / naming
mission / long-term task to which one devotes oneself / a calling
revolution / revolutionary (politics) / CL:
fate / destiny / CL: 個|个
order / command / CL: , 個|个
fatal / mortal / deadly / to sacrifice one's life
vitamin (loanword)
fortune-telling / to tell fortune
Mandate of Heaven / destiny / fate / one's life span
to appoint / (job) appointment / CL: 紙|纸
life sciences
human life / CL: 條|条
homicide case / murder case
to do one's utmost / with all one's might / at all costs / (to work or fight) as if one's life depends on it
proposition (logic, math.) / to assign an essay topic
Book of Deuteronomy / Fifth Book of Moses
to cause sb's death / very / extremely / frightening / annoying
to receive heaven's command (of Daoist immortals etc) / ordained by heaven
to save one's life / to survive
to save sb's life / (interj.) Help! / Save me!
to hit (a target)
untitled / unnamed / no name / nameless / unknown name
natal chart (astrology)
to commit suicide / to have one's life cut short
to live out a pointless existence
to lose one's life
mortal wound / (fig.) fatal weakness / Achilles' heel
Industrial Revolution, c. 1750-1830
life cycle
to be on call / to be on standby
see 拼命
against orders / to disobey / to refuse to accept orders
life expectancy
to spare sb's life
predestination / karma
to lose one's life / to die / recklessly / desperately
amphetamine (medical) (loanword)
executive order
to be predestined
name day (tradition of celebrating a given name on a certain day of the year)
(medicine) in a critical condition
the will of Heaven / the will of God
fatal / resulting in sb's death
to demand sb's life
life / to survive / to save a life / to scrape a living
not fatal / not life-threatening (medical condition)
to accept misfortunes as decreed by fate / to be resigned to sth
to die young / short-lived
to receive orders / to follow orders / to act under orders
to tell sb's fortune
mutually dependent for life (idiom); to rely upon one another for survival / interdependent
to escape / to flee / to run for one's life
to flee / to go into exile (from prison)
Xinhai Revolution (1911), which ended the Qing Dynasty
hard lot / bitter fate / unfortunate
human life as grass (idiom); to kill people like scything grass / a politician acting with total disregard for the life of his countrymen
lucky / blessed with good fortune
to follow obediently
to press sb to death / fig. to pressurize sb continually
to plot and kill sb for his property (idiom); to murder for money
to meet violent death / to get killed
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
system of nomenclature
a revolutionary
ordained or appointed to a post / to benefit from counsel
fate / predestination / divinatory art
decreed by fate (idiom) / destined / fated
National Revolutionary Army
runaway (idiom); desperate criminal / fugitive
doom / death / desperately
Cultural Revolution (1966-1976)
fate / one's fortune
to risk one's life
year of one's birth sign, according to the cycle of 12 animals of the earthly branches 地支
inert / lifeless
to be born under an ill star
to lose one's life / to get killed
half a life / only half alive / barely alive / (scared, beaten etc) half to death
to kill sb / to murder
(one's) last straw to clutch at / one's last hope
to obey an order / to take orders / to accept a state of affairs
command line (computing)
to die / to perish
see 命根
French Revolution (1789-1799)
against orders / to disobey / to refuse to accept orders
life is motion (popular saying with many possible interpretations) / Physical effort is vital for our bodies to function (Aristotle). / Life derives from physical exercise.

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