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dormitory / dorm room / living quarters / hostel / CL: 間|间
  *舍* | 舍* | *舍
surname She
  *舍* | 舍* | *舍
old variant of 捨|舍
  *舍* | 舍* | *舍
reluctant to part with (sth or sb) / unwilling to let go of
to hate to do sth / to hate to part with / to begrudge
school building
inn / small hotel / hostel
  *捨* | 捨* | *捨
to give up / to abandon / to give alms
to give up / to abandon / to abort
my humble home
house / residence
to be willing to part with sth
youth hostel
Lao She (1899-1966), Chinese novelist and dramatist
to choose / to accept or reject
to round up to the nearest integer / to discard four, but treat five as whole (of decimal points)
house / building
neighbor / person next door
neighbors / next-door neighbors / related work units / colleagues doing related work
reluctant to part (idiom); broken-hearted at having to leave
ashes after cremation / Buddhist relics (Sanskirt: sarira)
to chip away at a task and not abandon it (idiom); to chisel away at sth / to persevere / unflagging efforts
to give up / to part with
to risk one's life
dormitory roommate
Champs Élysées
to give one's life
to give in charity / to give alms (to the poor)
ashes after cremation / Buddhist relics (Sanskirt: sarira)
dormitory building / CL: ,
stupa / tower venerating the ashes of the Buddha
ancient office title / rich and important person
reluctant to part
to be preoccupied (idiom) / to be inattentive / to be frightened out of one's mind
selfless / self-sacrifice (to help others) / self-renunciation / altruism
Avenue des Champs-Élysées
my humble home
to abandon self for others (idiom, from Analects); to sacrifice one's own interest for other people / altruism
to abandon / to lay down
ashes of cremated Buddha
cottage / hut
my younger brother (humble term)
to break into a house for robbery (idiom)
house / residence
to abandon self for others (idiom); to sacrifice oneself to help the people / altruism
loath to part (idiom); emotionally close and unwilling to separate
Kusha-shū (Japanese Buddhism school)
loath to part (idiom); emotionally close and unwilling to separate
stupa with Buddhist relics / pagoda
Fisher (name)
to cherish wealth and find it hard to give up (idiom); refusing to contribute to charity / skinflint / miserly
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
(Charlene) Barshefsky, US trade negotiator
brick house with a tiled roof
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
rook sacrifice to save the king (in Chinese chess); fig. to protect a senior figure by blaming an underling / to pass the buck
loath to part (idiom); emotionally close and unwilling to separate
the whole neighborhood
bravery with no thought of personal safety (idiom); risking life and limb / undaunted by perils
lit. to be interested exclusively in the acquisition of estate (idiom) / fig. to have no lofty aspirations in life
Nova Scotia province, Canada
to be corrupted by evil influences (idiom)
to provide alms and rice (idiom)
to give up life for righteousness (idiom, from Mencius); to choose honor over life / would rather sacrifice one's life than one's principles
abstracted / drifting off / restless
to abandon one's body in the search for Buddha's truth (idiom)
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 neglect the root and pursue the tip (idiom) / to neglect fundamentals and concentrate on details

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