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  *把* | 把* | *把
to hold / to contain / to grasp / to take hold of / handle / particle marking the following noun as a direct object / classifier for objects with handle / classifier for small objects: handful
  *把* | 把* | *把
to grasp (also fig.) / to seize / to hold / assurance / certainty / sure (of the outcome)
handle / grip / knob
to guard a pass / to check on sth
labor contractor / gangmaster
to stand as a goalkeeper / to keep guard on a gate
gamepad (Tw)
to attempt all tasks at once / to manage every detail regardless of its importance
to shake hands
door knob / door handle / also pr. [men2 ba4]
acrobatics / jugglery / cheap trick / game
to raise one's wine cup
torch / CL:
working hand / member of a work team / participant / (short form of 第一把手) the boss
to guard
to keep watch (during a clandestine activity) / to be on the lookout
stem (bicycle component)
handlebar (bicycle etc) / shaft (rickshaw etc)
to help out
lit. to try to steal a chicken only to end up losing the rice used to lure it (idiom) / fig. to try to gain an advantage only to end up worse off / to go for wool and come back shorn
bearer of ill luck / person with the evil eye / comet
to turn around in one's hands / to play with / to fiddle with
handle / (fig.) information that can be used against sb
to pick up a girl / to get a girl
to play with / to finger
person skilled in a trade / skill
to play the market / to speculate (on financial markets) / to profiteer
low-level officer of the army from the Ming to the mid Qing Dynasty
stubborn / inflexible
toilet plunger
(argot) gang leader
to feel the pulse / to take sb's pulse
to be strict / to enforce vigorously (procedures, quality control etc)
a handle
ability / skill
to control / to dominate / to monopolize
lit. there is a knife above the character for lust / fig. lascivious activities can lead to bitter consequences
brake lever / crank handle for stopping or turning off machinery
deputy leader / the second-in-command
one or two / a couple of
speculation and profiteering (idiom); buying and selling on speculation
What brings you here? (idiom)
sworn brothers
to profiteer / to gain some underhand advantage
to break out into a cold sweat (idiom)
trustworthy / dependable
Torch Festival
sinister plot / dirty trick / cheap trick
with one's face covered in tears (idiom)
to support a child (or invalid etc) while he or she defecates
the person in charge / the head of the leadership group
inexpert / a botcher
(coll.) to be completely at ease
to support a child (or invalid etc) while he or she urinates
expert / dab hand
to hold the rudder / to hold (to take, to be at) the helm / to steer
to break out into a cold sweat (idiom)
to act unappreciatively in response to a kindness
expert cart-driver / charioteer
lit. time is a butcher's knife / fig. time marches on, relentless and unforgiving / nothing gold can stay
(of a newly appointed official) to make bold changes on assuming office (idiom)
careless / any-old-how, regardless of the specific task
pickaxe handle
to pick up a girl / to get a girl
lit. General Iron is guarding the door (idiom) / fig. the door is padlocked — nobody inside
One key opens one lock. / There is a different solution for each problem. (idiom)
tiller of a boat
to perform magic / to do magic tricks / prestidigitation
drill (in sword play) / to thrash around / to demonstrate gymnastic skills / to solicit financial help (in an indirect way) / to show off
seal of authority / official seal
to have an intimate friendship
to have endured all sorts of hardships (to raise one's children) (idiom)
expert flower grower
expert flower grower
butt of a gun
erhua variant of 搭把手
lit. hair and beard all in one stroke / fig. to handle different things by the same method / one method to solve all problems / one size fits all
to drink and chat merrily (idiom)
become sworn brothers
indecisive (idiom)
a dime a dozen / a great deal of
one who does not fear the death of thousand cuts will dare to unhorse the emperor (proverb) / to a fearless person, no fence is high enough

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