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charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *百* | 百* | *百
hundred / numerous / all kinds of
HSK 2
percent
HSK 4
ordinary people / the "person in the street" / CL: 個|个
HSK 5
Wikipedia (online encyclopedia)
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *百* | 百* | *百
surname Bai
universal / encyclopedic / abbr. for 百科全書|百科全书
general merchandise
million / millions
department store
encyclopedia / CL: ,
one hundred percent / totally (effective)
hundred years / century / lifetime
treasure chest
lily
percentage
several hundred
tripe (stomach lining of cattle etc used as food)
Bermuda (Tw)
BaiSheng, common name for Chinese company / PakSing, common Hong Kong company name
a hundred percent / out and out / absolutely
shutter / blind
bored to death (idiom) / bored stiff / overcome with boredom
many schools of thought / many people or households
common people
in hundred and one ways / in every possible way / by every means
percent / percentage
Broadway (New York City)
lit. veteran of a hundred battles (idiom) / fig. experienced / seasoned
hundreds of
a hundred flowers bloom (idiom); let the arts have free expression
Pepsi
baccarat (loanword)
a hundred or more
lily / fig. pure and spotless person / virgin
passion fruit
to emerge victorious in every battle / to be ever-victorious
several million
department store
top 100 (e.g. top 100 towns)
Bermuda
pleated skirt
The Book of Family Names, anonymous Song dynasty reading primer listing 438 surnames
Budweiser (beer)
Three Hundred Tang Poems, an anthology collected around 1763 by Sun Zhu 孫誅
lark / Eremophila alpestris
once the main problem is solved, all troubles are solved / death ends all one's troubles
Baidu online encyclopedia
centenarian
millionaire
percentage point
passion fruit
rivers
a hundred schools of thought contend (idiom); refers to the classical philosophic schools of the Warring States period 475-221 BC
centipede / millipede
parfait (loanword)
all kinds of fruits
percentage
many things waiting to be done (idiom) / a thousand things to do
every illness
Garden of Many Flowers (name) / Baihua garden in Hongmiao village 洪廟村|洪庙村, Shandong
the millions place (or column) in the decimal system
bazaar / department store / general store
Baiyue, generic term for southern ethnic groups
Yuriko, Japanese female given name
the hundreds place (or column) in the decimal system
It takes ten years to nurture a tree, but a hundred years to train a man (idiom) / fig. a good education program takes a long time to develop / cf. 十年樹木百年樹人|十年树木百年树人
two-character surname Baili
hectopascal (hPa), unit of atmospheric pressure
the Hundred Schools of Thought, the various schools of thought and their exponents during the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Periods (770-220 BC)
Baise prefecture-level city in Guangxi / former pr. [Bo2 se4]
Bose or Baise prefecture-level city in Guangxi
fantastic oddities of every description (idiom)
news pass quickly from mouth to mouth (idiom) / an infectious disease spreads quickly (old meaning)
centipede
more than a hundred
percentage / percent
Baileys Irish Cream (brand of alcoholic drink) / see also 百利甜酒
thyme (Thymus vulgaris)
Hundred flowers film prize, awarded since 1962
knowledgeable person / know all
all creatures / every kind of animal
(of one's name, reputation etc) to be immortalized (idiom) / to leave a mark for generations to come
megaton / million tons
fifty (usually referring to sb's age)
Hundred Regiments offensive of August-December 1940, a large scale offensive against the Japanese by the communists
a hundredfold / a hundred times
all sorts of feelings well up in one's heart
Tricon Global Restaurants (incl. Pizza Hut and KFC)
percent sign % (punct.)
in different poses and with different expressions / in thousands of postures (idiom)
department store
worth hearing a hundred times
Budweiser beer
(of an argument, theory etc) full of flaws (idiom)
Best Buy (retailer)
to remain puzzled after pondering over sth a hundred times (idiom) / to remain perplexed despite much thought
Paekche or Baekje (18 BC-660 AD), one of the Korean Three Kingdoms
all taboos are off (idiom); anything goes / nothing is taboo
only met with once every hundred years (drought, flood etc)

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