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  *底* | 底* | *底
(equivalent to as possessive particle)
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *底* | 底* | *底
background / bottom / base / end (of the month, year etc) / remnants / (math.) radix / base
HSK 4
the end of the year / year-end
finally / in the end / when all is said and done / after all / to the end / to the last
thorough / thoroughly / complete
HSK 5
the location below sth / afterwards
end of the month
bottom
chassis
seabed / seafloor / bottom of the ocean
primer
soles of the feet
base / pedestal / foundation
to lay a foundation (also fig.) / to make a first sketch / to eat sth before drinking / to apply an undercoat
negative / photographic plate
foundation (cosmetics)
ground or first floor / bottom (of a pile) / lowest rung (of society)
bottomless
training in the basic skills / knowledge of the fundamentals
valley floor / (fig.) lowest ebb / all-time low
inside information / concrete details
to underline / bottom line / base line (in sports) / baseline / minimum / spy / plant
sole (of a shoe)
frying pan
bottom of one's heart
underwater
(literary) end / limit
to fill sb in (on the details of sth) / to put all one's cards on the table
platform shoes
Detroit, Michigan
the bottomless pit (Hell in the Bible) / pitless (elevator)
to hide (as an undercover agent) / an insider (in a gang of thieves) / a mole
foreign exchange reserves (Tw)
ordinary members of theatrical troupe
subterranean / underground
late last year / the end of last year
flat bottomed / low heeled
leggings
privately / secretly / confidentially
base / foundation / bottom
basic salary / base pay / salary floor
the frog at the bottom of the well (idiom) / fig. a person of limited outlook and experience
Socrates (469-399 BC), Greek philosopher / José Sócrates (1957-), prime minister of Portugal (2005-2011)
to break even / to guarantee a minimum (salary etc)
oil sump
ocean floor / bottom of the ocean
to hit rock bottom (idiom)
fundus of the eye (containing the choroid, retina, optic nerve etc) / inside the eye / right in front of one's eyes / in full view as a panorama
the bottom of the page
to let out a secret
the Bastille (Paris)
lung capacity / lung power / stamina / confidence
in the final analysis / ultimately
family property / patrimony
the back cover of a book
to take in the whole scene at once / to have a panoramic view
to have a clear view (of a situation) / to fish for information / fact-finding
plantar fasciitis (medicine)
in the final analysis / in the end
cards in one's hand / (fig.) undisclosed strength or information / hidden trump
hysteria (loanword) / hysterical
answer to a riddle
bottomless pit
to reveal the inside story / to expose sb's secrets
in this world / under the sun
Book of Obadiah
to brave it out / to the bitter end
stock (cooking) / base (of sauce or gravy)
in front of one's eyes
Thucydides (c. 455 - c. 400 BC), Greek historian, author of the History of the Peloponnesian War
base ingredient / base (cooking) / primer (paint)
Normandy, France
to divulge the inside story
to take drastic measures to deal with a situation / to pull the carpet from under sb
base fertilizer
Loudi prefecture-level city in Hunan
water so clear you can see the bottom
unsure / uncertain / unending
to get to the heart of the matter
to keep a copy / copy kept for archiving / to put aside a portion (of a money sum)
bottom / bottom side / end part
photographic plate
base (of a triangle) / base line / hem line (of skirt)
Loudi prefecture-level city in Hunan
upside down / upturned
(esp. of an actor) strong / capable
Hippocrates (c. 460 BC - c. 370 BC), Greek physician, father of Western medicine
after all / in the final analysis / ultimately
to reveal / to expose
background investigation
shop fittings
mūlādhāra or muladhara, the root or Saturn chakra 查克拉, residing in the coccyx
to dig up roots and inquire at the base (idiom); to get to the bottom of sth
Thebes, place name in ancient Egypt / Thebes, ancient Greek city state
utter failure
radix / base (math.)
to go to the bottom of things (idiom)
base of the skull
Euphrates River

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