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adviser / consultant
to take care of / to show consideration / to attend to / to look after
client / customer / CL:
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surname Gu
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to look after / to take into consideration / to attend to
to look back / to review
to attend simultaneously to two or more things / to balance (career and family, family and education etc)
in spite of / regardless of
your patronage
to visit (as a customer)
as the name implies
to take into consideration / to attend to
to have misgivings / apprehension / worry / qualm / scruple
misgivings / apprehensions
to take care of one's family
solely preoccupied (with one thing) / engrossed / focusing (on sth) / to look after only one aspect
to look around / to care for
client / customer
reckless / regardless of everything
lit. three humble visits to a thatched cottage / cf famous episode in the fictional Romance of Three Kingdoms 三國演義|三国演义 in which Liu Bei 劉備|刘备 recruits Zhuge Liang 諸葛亮|诸葛亮 (the Hidden Dragon 臥龍|卧龙) to his cause by visiting him three times
fears of trouble in the rear (idiom); family worries (obstructing freedom of action) / worries about the future consequences / often in negative expressions, meaning "no worries about anything"
to care for / to show concern for / to think longingly (of one's country)
retrospective (exhibition)
to watch over
to dash on bravely with no thought of personal safety (idiom); undaunted by dangers / regardless of perils
unable to change sth / unable to deal with
the customer reigns supreme (idiom)
each minding his own business
cannot attend to or manage
to disdain as beneath contempt (idiom)
to look back at history
to look around / to survey
to look around
Gu Kaizhi or Ku K'aichih (346-407), famous painter of Eastern Jin dynasty, one of the Four Great Painters of the Six Dynasties 六朝四大家
to neglect / to misuse / to mistreat / to abuse
to care for / to worry about
to take the big picture into consideration (idiom) / to work for the benefits of all
to look around
to look forward and back / to consider prudently / overcautious
glancing to left and right (idiom); to look all around
to give careful consideration to / to display thoughtfulness towards
to take loving care of / to value
Gu Yanwu (1613-1682), late Ming and early Qing Confucian philosopher, linguist and historian, played a founding role in phonology of early Chinese, author of Rizhilu or Record of daily study 日知錄|日知录
to glance back / fig. to regret / to have second thoughts about sth
an overall plan taking into account all factors
lit. looking at one's shadow and feeling sorry for oneself (idiom) / fig. alone and dejected
general counsel
to look over one's shoulder constantly (like a wolf) / to be fearful
(of a person) left unattended / not cared for
to look forward and back cautiously
Gu Yewang (519-581), historian and an interpreter of classical texts, editor of Yupian 玉篇
to ask sb to carefully consider a request (idiom)
to strut about feeling complacent (idiom)
the king looked left and right and then talked of other things / to digress from the topic of discussion (idiom)
to adequately take into account both public and private interests
outrageous and unconventional (idiom); flying in the face of (authority, convention, public opinion etc)
lit. to attend to one thing and lose sight of another (idiom) / fig. to be unable to manage two or more things at once / cannot pay attention to one thing without neglecting the other
regardless of what's before or after (idiom); rushing blindly into sth
to say one thing and do another (idiom)
honor does not allow one to glance back (idiom); duty-bound not to turn back / no surrender / to pursue justice with no second thoughts
to turn one's head and look around
regardless of life or death (idiom)

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