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saying in which the second part, uttered after a pause or totally left out, is the intended meaning of the allegory presented in the first part
to close down (temporarily or permanently) / to go out of business
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  *歇* | 歇* | *歇
to rest / to take a break / to stop / to halt / (dialect) to sleep / a moment / a short while
HSK 5
Marshall (name) / George Catlett Marshall (1880-1959), US general in WWII and Secretary of State 1947-1949, author of the postwar Marshall plan for Europe and Nobel peace laureate
to stop in the middle of sth / intermittent / intermittence
Michel or Mitchell (name) / George Mitchell (1933-), US Democratic party politician and diplomat, influential in brokering Northern Ireland peace deal in 1990s, US Middle East special envoy from 2009
to stop for a rest
hysteria (loanword) / hysterical
(dialect) give me a break! / forget about it!
to stop on the way for a rest
to have a rest / to stay for the night / to go to bed / to sleep
Michigan, US state
to go to bed / to retire for the night
University of Michigan
Stop it! (Beijing and Internet slang) / Game over! / You're dead!
interval training
(East Asian) hip-and-gable roof
to drop the matter / to stop worrying
to lodge / to stay (for the night)
to rest / to take a break
Lake Michigan, one of the Great Lakes 五大湖
to have a break / to rest
Sherlock Holmes
to close up shop and cease business temporarily / closed for business
to be balding / to be thinning on top
Michigan, US state
large warship


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