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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
by-election
cram class / cram school / evening classes
to supply again (sth lost) / to reissue / to pay retroactively
nourishing / nutritious
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
tonic / healthy concoction / (fig.) just what the doctor ordered / (Tw) pirated software
to wait to fill a vacancy / reserve (candidate) / alternate / substitute
to sit for a makeup exam / to resit an exam / makeup exam / resit
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
to substitute / to complement in the proper order / to fill vacancies progressively
to augment / to supplement / to add
complementary item
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
tonic food (food considered to be particularly healthful) / to eat such foods
to reseed / to resow / to replant
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
to pay a tax one has evaded / to pay an overdue tax
to mend (clothes) / to patch
to replace (sth missing) / to restore
complementary number
hot patching (of insulating material in a furnace) / hot patching (runtime correction in computing)
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
to overdose on supplementary medicine / to cram too hard
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
not be without some advantage / be of some help
complementary color
unhelpful / useless
waiting list
to fill a vacancy / to substitute for
interpolation (math.)
take from the long to supplement the short (idiom) / to offset each other's deficiencies / to complement each other
addendum
complementary medicine
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
complementary code / binary code with 0 and 1 interchanged
tinker
(sports) injury time
supply ship
tire patch (for puncture repair)
to compensate for / to make good
supplementary angle
to give an extra subsidy, or bonus etc / bonus / perquisite

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