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surname She
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old variant of 捨|舍
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residence
dormitory / dorm room / living quarters / hostel / CL: 間|间
HSK 5
inn / small hotel / hostel
to hate to do sth / to hate to part with / to begrudge
HSK 5
youth hostel
school building
reluctant to part with (sth or sb) / unwilling to let go of
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to give up / to abandon / to give alms
to give up / to abandon / to abort
farmhouse
to be willing to part with sth
my humble home
school building / school / (Tw) student dormitory
to choose / to accept or reject
neighbor / person next door
to round up to the nearest integer / to discard four, but treat five as whole (of decimal points)
dormitory building / CL: ,
house / building
reluctant to part (idiom); broken-hearted at having to leave
ashes after cremation / Buddhist relics (Sanskirt: sarira)
neighbors / next-door neighbors / related work units / colleagues doing related work
to give up / to part with
to give in charity / to give alms (to the poor)
to chip away at a task and not abandon it (idiom); to chisel away at sth / to persevere / unflagging efforts
HSK 6
to give one's life
to risk one's life
Champs Élysées
Avenue des Champs-Élysées
reluctant to part
ancient office title / rich and important person
to be preoccupied (idiom) / to be inattentive / to be frightened out of one's mind
farmhouse
cottage
my humble home
to break into a house for robbery (idiom)
cottage / hut
to abandon self for others (idiom, from Analects); to sacrifice one's own interest for other people / altruism
ashes of cremated Buddha
my younger brother (humble term)
selfless / self-sacrifice (to help others) / self-renunciation / altruism
house / residence
house / residence
dormitory roommate
to abandon self for others (idiom); to sacrifice oneself to help the people / altruism
loath to part (idiom); emotionally close and unwilling to separate
to abandon / to lay down
Lao She (1899-1966), Chinese novelist and dramatist
Kusha-shū (Japanese Buddhism school)
loath to part (idiom); emotionally close and unwilling to separate
loath to part (idiom); emotionally close and unwilling to separate
ashes after cremation / Buddhist relics (Sanskirt: sarira)
matron
Fisher (name)
stupa / tower venerating the ashes of the Buddha
to cherish wealth and find it hard to give up (idiom); refusing to contribute to charity / skinflint / miserly
lit. to be interested exclusively in the acquisition of estate (idiom) / fig. to have no lofty aspirations in life
(Charlene) Barshefsky, US trade negotiator
Elysée Palace, the residence of the president of the French Republic
lit. to retreat three day's march (idiom); fig. to give way in the face of superior strength / a strategic withdrawal
rook sacrifice to save the king (in Chinese chess); fig. to protect a senior figure by blaming an underling / to pass the buck
places of pleasure (like brothels, tea houses etc)
to give up one's private interests for the public good (idiom); to behave altruistically / selfless and public spirited
to neglect the root and pursue the tip (idiom) / to neglect fundamentals and concentrate on details
the whole neighborhood
bravery with no thought of personal safety (idiom); risking life and limb / undaunted by perils
to be corrupted by evil influences (idiom)
to provide alms and rice (idiom)
Nova Scotia province, Canada
to give up life for righteousness (idiom, from Mencius); to choose honor over life / would rather sacrifice one's life than one's principles
stupa with Buddhist relics / pagoda
brick house with a tiled roof
abstracted / drifting off / restless
one who is not prepared to risk his child will never catch the wolf (proverb) / (fig.) one who is unwilling to take risks will not achieve great things
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
to abandon one's body in the search for Buddha's truth (idiom)


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