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  *瘦* | 瘦* | *瘦
thin / to lose weight / (of clothing) tight / (of meat) lean / (of land) unproductive
HSK 3
lean meat
slightly-built / petite
slim
to waste away / to become thin
thin and weak
thin person
slender / slim as a thread
leanness-enhancing agent (for livestock)
(coll.) lean (figure, meat etc) / slender
to lose weight (intentionally) / to slim down / (Tw) to downsize (a business)
meager
slim
as thin as a match / emaciated (idiom)
yellow face, emaciated body (idiom); malnourished and sickly in appearance
lit. even a scrawny camel is bigger than a horse (idiom) / fig. even after suffering a loss, a rich person is still better off than ordinary people / a cultured person may come down in the world, but he is still superior to the common people
skinny; emaciated (idiom)
wizened / skinny and shriveled
Zhou Shoujuan (1895-1968), writer, translator and art collector in Suzhou, a victim of the Cultural Revolution
emaciated / scrawny
thin / emaciated
one's physique (tall or short, thin or fat) / stature
bony / skinny
thin / scrawny / emaciated
to choose sth over another to suit one's own convenience
variant of 骨瘦如柴
emaciated / scrawny
to choose sth over another to suit one's own convenience


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