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  *才* | 才* | *才
ability / talent / sb of a certain type / a capable individual / only / only then / just now
HSK 3
talent / talented person / looks / attractive looks
HSK 5
to recruit
talent / ability / capacity
just now / a moment ago
HSK 3
talent / gift / genius / talented / gifted
HSK 6
talent
by no means / definitely not / as if! / yeah right!
talent / CL:
brain drain / outflow of talent
expert (in a field)
employ one's talent to the fullest / everyone gives of their best
polymath / all-round person
gifted scholar
talent and virtue
eloquence
multi-talented
just now / then
slave / fig. flunkey
a person who has passed the county level imperial exam (historical) / scholar / skillful writer / fine talent
talented girl
it'd be a wonder if... (following a verb phrase that is usually negative)
untalented / I / me (humble)
ability and wisdom
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *纔* | 纔* | *纔
a moment ago / just now / (indicating sth happening later than expected) / (preceded by a clause of condition or reason) not until / (followed by a numerical clause) only
HSK 3
a galaxy of talent (idiom) / a great number of competent people
ability / competence
HSK 6
genius
talent in a particular area
brimming over with talent (esp. literary) / brilliant
talent and learning / scholarship
intelligence and wisdom
just now / a moment ago
great talent / rare capability / person of outstanding ability
talent (usually literary or artistic)
eloquence
talented man and beautiful woman / ideal couple
a genius / a talented person
all-rounder / versatile
Bizet (name) / Georges Bizet (1838-1875), French musician, composer of opera Carmen
gifted scholar, beautiful lady (idiom) / pair of ideal lovers
talented and good-looking (idiom)
great skill and strategy
mediocrity
just now
talented field commander (military)
erudite and multi-talented (idiom); versatile and able
ability and insight
ability / talent / gift
(humble expr.) of humble talent and shallow learning (idiom); Pray forgive my ignorance,...
ethics and ability / virtuous and talented
solid learning / real ability and learning / genuine talent
a self-made genius
ability and sagacity
to recognize talent
capable
outstanding talent (idiom); incomparable artistic merit
of great talent (idiom)
to be inordinately proud of one's ability / to be conceited and contemptuous (idiom)
imaginative power / creativeness
talent show
see 秀才
a woman's virtue is to have no talent (idiom)
to waste talent
stature / build (height and weight) / figure
ability / capable
talented man and beautiful woman / ideal couple
(just) a moment ago
HSK 3
Feng Jicai (1942-), novelist from Tianjin, author of Extraordinary people in our ordinary world 俗世奇人
student of great ability / talented student
multi-talented / many-sided skills
social accomplishment
brain drain
to have talent but no opportunity (idiom) / to be an unrecognized talent
brain drain
beautiful lady, gifted scholar (idiom) / pair of ideal lovers
an outstanding talent (idiom) / surpassing insight and acumen
talent
peerless talent (idiom); incomparable artistic merit
Four great southern talents of the Ming, namely: Tang Bohu 唐伯虎, Zhu Zhishan 祝枝山, Wen Zhengming 文徵明|文征明 and Xu Zhenqing 徐禎卿|徐祯卿
Saraswati (the Hindu goddess of wisdom and arts and consort of Lord Brahma)
an outstanding talent (idiom) / surpassing insight and acumen
extraordinary talent
who would believe it! / what rubbish!
to assess sb's capabilities and employ him accordingly (idiom); to employ sb competent for the task
just recently / just a moment ago / just now
a learned person need not leave his home to know what's going on in the world (idiom)
first sign of budding talent / to display one's ability for the first time
genius comes from hard effort / Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration (Thomas Edison)
to recognize talent and have great respect for it
knowledgeable and versatile
talent in both military and civil field (idiom)
heaven is jealous of heroic genius (idiom); the great have great hardship to contend with / those whom the Gods love die young
to make sth of oneself / to become a person who is worthy of respect
having both integrity and talent (idiom)
variant of 蠢材
liberal education / general education
lit. making little use of great talent / to use a sledgehammer to crack a nut
a learned person need not leave his home to know what's going on in the world (idiom)
spare the rod and spoil the child (idiom)

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