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Pīnyīn
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HSK
deficit / (financial) loss
HSK 6
profit and loss / waxing and waning
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  *虧* | 虧* | *虧
deficiency / deficit / luckily / it's lucky that... / (often ironically) fancy that...
responsible for its profit and losses (of organization) / financially autonomous / personal financial responsibility
to suffer losses / to come to grief / to lose out / to get the worst of it / to be at a disadvantage / unfortunately
HSK 5
to make a loss
to cost one dearly / to end disastrously / to pay bitterly
thanks to / luckily
HSK 5
fortunately / luckily
HSK 5
waning moon / to wane
to fall short of / to have a deficit / deficit / deficiency
to treat sb unfairly
HSK 6
shop around first and you won't get ripped off (idiom)
responsible for its profit and losses (of organization) / financially autonomous / personal financial responsibility
in the wrong
fortunately / luckily / (sarcastic) fancy that, how fortunate!
shameful deed
in debt / in the red / in deficit
pent-up unspoken grievances / suffering not willingly or possibly spoken of
to make good a deficit / to reverse a loss
luckily / fortunately
anemia
to know that one is in the wrong (idiom)
a wise man knows better than to fight when the odds are against him (idiom)
to be taken advantage of
hidden loss (finance)
to be forced to suffer in silence / unable to speak of one's bitter suffering
to be lacking / to fall short of / to wane / deficit / deficient
a guilty conscience
(idiom) ignore your elders at your peril
deficient / to let sb down / to cause sb suffering
(math.) genus
to sell at a loss
He who never wrongs others does not fear the knock in the night. / Rest with a clear conscience.
shortfall in production
to make a capital loss
(to be guilty of) dereliction of duty
He who never wrongs others does not fear the knock in the night. / Rest with a clear conscience.
lit. to ruin the enterprise for the sake of one basketful / to fail through lack of a final effort / to spoil the ship for a ha'penny worth of tar (idiom)


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