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to do one's utmost
organ failure / exhaustion / prostration (medicine)
to spare no effort (idiom); to do one's utmost
to use up / to exhaust
used up / dried up / exhausted (of resources)
  *竭* | 竭* | *竭
to exhaust
heart failure
limitless supply (of) / inexhaustible
spirit weary, strength exhausted (idiom); spent / drained / washed out
to spare no effort (idiom); to do one's utmost
to exhaust one's thoughts and ingenuity (idiom); to think sth through thoroughly / to rack one's brains / to leave no stone unturned
lit. to drain the pond to get at the fish (idiom) / fig. to kill the goose that lays the golden eggs
variant of 磬竭
to do one's utmost
dragon's blood (bright red tree resin)
to use up / to exhaust
to exhaust / to use up
Archimedes' method of exhaustion (an early form of integral calculus)
weakening and close to exhaustion (idiom); in terminal decline / on one's last legs
to shout oneself hoarse (idiom)
used up / exhausted / emptied

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