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HSK
to replenish / to supplement / to complement / additional / supplementary / CL: 個|个
HSK 5
to subsidize / subsidy / allowance / to supplement (one's salary etc) / benefit
HSK 6
to compensate / to make up
HSK 6
to complement / to make up for a deficiency
HSK 6
to remedy
HSK 6
to subsidize / subsidy / allowance
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  *補* | 補* | *補
to repair / to patch / to mend / to make up for / to fill (a vacancy) / to supplement
cram class / cram school / evening classes
by-election
to supply again (sth lost) / to reissue / to pay retroactively
nourishing / nutritious
tonic / healthy concoction / (fig.) just what the doctor ordered / (Tw) pirated software
complementary / to complement each other
supply / replenishment / to replenish
to mend
to restock (an item) / to replenish inventory
to take extra lessons in a cram school or with a private tutor
to take a tonic (for one's health)
benefit / help
complement (in blood serum)
to make up missed lesson / to reschedule a class
to wait to fill a vacancy / reserve (candidate) / alternate / substitute
to sit for a makeup exam / to resit an exam / makeup exam / resit
tonic food (food considered to be particularly healthful) / to eat such foods
depot / supply station / supply point / staging post
(sports) to extend the duration of a game (due to stoppages) / (abbr. for 傷停補時|伤停补时) injury time
to replace a lost or damaged SIM card, retaining one's original telephone number / SIM replacement
complementary item
to substitute / to complement in the proper order / to fill vacancies progressively
to augment / to supplement / to add
to overdose on supplementary medicine / to cram too hard
tonic
tonic
to fill a gap / to fill in a blank (on a form) / to overcome a deficiency
to make up for an earlier mistake / to make amends
to bring up to full strength / to make up a deficiency / to fill (a vacancy, gap etc)
to enrich the blood
to make up for what is lacking / to fill (a vacancy) / to replenish
patch (for mending clothes, tires etc) / (software) patch
to make up for / to compensate
to reseed / to resow / to replant
to pay a tax one has evaded / to pay an overdue tax
to take deferred time off (to make up for working during the weekend or holidays) / compensatory leave
to fill a tooth (cavity) / to have a tooth filled / a dental filling
to charge (a battery)
(Internet slang) to imagine / to visualize
complementary medicine
to replace (sth missing) / to restore
complementary number
complementary code / binary code with 0 and 1 interchanged
to fill a vacancy / to substitute for
hot patching (of insulating material in a furnace) / hot patching (runtime correction in computing)
to mend (clothes) / to patch
to make a report after the event / to make a supplementary report / to repay a kindness
record entry (e.g. into a bank passbook)
old variant of 補缺|补缺
treatment involving the use of tonics to restore the patient's health / reinforcing method (in acupuncture)
to compensate / to make up / to complement / to add
complement / complementary quantity
to buy or upgrade a ticket after boarding a train, boat etc / to buy a ticket for a show after having sat down in the theater
complement of a set
to fill a vacancy / to make up for a shortage / to supply a deficiency
to have a snack / to have a bite
a person who is in poor health cannot handle sth so strong as a tonic
to take a tonic or nourishing food to build up one's health
to darn (clothing) / to sew and mend
the benefits of medicine are not as great as those of good nutrition
auxiliary organizations
compensation
tonic / invigorant
to fill (up) / to replenish
to subsidize / to make up (deficit)
to catch up on sleep
reinforcing and reducing methods (in acupuncture)
medicinal dietary supplement that helps build up one's health
to repair a tire
interpolation (math.)
not be without some advantage / be of some help
complementary color
unhelpful / useless
waiting list
take from the long to supplement the short (idiom) / to offset each other's deficiencies / to complement each other
addendum
variant of 補丁|补丁
lit. pull down the east wall to repair the west wall (idiom); fig. temporary expedient / rob Peter to pay Paul
ching bo leung, an icy, sweet dessert soup
to fill a gap (e.g. a gap in knowledge or blank space in a print layout) / to make some additional remarks / filler (in a newspaper or magazine)
complement / complementary material
(after a sum has been paid in advance) to refund (in case of overpayment) or be reimbursed (in case of underpayment)
fettling
complement (grammar)
supplies / stores
supply ship
tinker
(sports) injury time
supply ship
tire patch (for puncture repair)
supplementary angle
to remedy omissions and correct errors (idiom)
to give an extra subsidy, or bonus etc / bonus / perquisite

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