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the day after tomorrow / life after birth (the period in which one develops through experiences, contrasted with 先天) / acquired (not innate or congenital) / a posteriori
HSK 1
experience / CL: 個|个, / to experience / to go through
HSK 3
to sense / perception / to feel (through the senses) / to experience / a feeling / an impression / an experience
HSK 3
to experience for oneself
HSK 3
experience / to experience
HSK 3
to know from experience / to learn through experience / to realize / understanding / experience
HSK 3
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(of the sun) to shine on / to bask in (the sunshine) / to dry (clothes, grain etc) in the sun / (fig.) to expose and share (one's experiences and thoughts) on the Web (loanword from "share") / (coll.) to give the cold shoulder to
HSK 4
fresh (experience, food etc) / freshness / novel / uncommon
HSK 4
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  *嚐* | 嚐* | *嚐
to taste; to experience (variant of 嘗|尝)
HSK 5
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to taste; to try (food) / to experience / (literary) ever; once
HSK 5
to meet with / to encounter / (bitter) experience
HSK 6
to draw on (others' experience) / to learn from (how others do things) / lesson to be learned (by observing others)
HSK 6
to fully experience (good or bad)
HSK 7-9
to journey to India on a quest for the Buddhist scriptures / to learn by studying another's experience
HSK 7-9
to gain first-hand knowledge of sth / to experience for oneself / knowledge / experience / insight
HSK 7-9
déjà vu (the experience of seeing exactly the same situation a second time) / seemingly familiar / apparently already acquainted
HSK 7-9
qualifications / experience / seniority
HSK 7-9
to experience; to go through
HSK 7-9
what one has learned (through experience, reading etc) / knowledge / insight / understanding / tips / CL: 項|项, 個|个
HSK 7-9
to experience / experience
HSK 7-9
(of objects) to fall / to drop / to droop / (medicine) to experience tenesmus
HSK 7-9
deposits accumulated over long periods / fig. valuable experience, accumulated wisdom
HSK 7-9
one's life experience; one's lot; one's past history
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  *體* | 體* | *體
body / form / style / system / substance / to experience / aspect (linguistics)
to get over (a traumatic experience, misgivings etc)
(idiom) to experience it for oneself / to actually *be* there (as opposed to reading about it etc)
to be at the scene (sitting for an exam, performing, competing, giving directions etc) / firsthand (experience) / impromptu (remarks etc)
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  *涉* | 涉* | *涉
(literary) to wade across a body of water / (bound form) to experience / to undergo / to be involved / to concern
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  *齡* | 齡* | *齡
age / length of experience, membership etc
sophisticate / man with extensive experience / child prodigy / Wunderkind (i.e. brilliant child) / spirit within a person (i.e. blood and essential breath 血氣|血气 of TCM)
to have a change of weather (esp. for the worse) / (fig.) to experience a major upheaval; to undergo sweeping change
to learn through experience / experience / practiced / experienced
to have long experience of / to go through repeatedly
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to inspect / to review / to read / to peruse / to go through / to experience
to experience / to observe
the frog at the bottom of the well (idiom) / fig. a person of limited outlook and experience
army life (idiom) / the experience of war
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  *歷* | 歷* | *歷
to experience / to undergo / to pass through / all / each / every / history
(Tw) to draw on (others' experience) / to learn from (how others do things) / lesson to be learned (by observing others)
to personally experience
to experience a power outage; to have a power failure
to experience adventures
to enjoy fully / to experience to the full over a long period
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to change or replace / to experience / one of the five two-hour periods into which the night was formerly divided / watch (e.g. of a sentry or guard)
to pass on experience (to the next generation)
Granny Liu visits the Grand View gardens / (of a simple person) to be overwhelmed by new experiences and luxurious surroundings
to play fast and loose with the law / to game the system / (leisure) rules of the game / way of doing an activity / (tourism) way of experiencing a place
years of teaching experience; teaching experience
(of a cadre etc) to work for a period of time with a grassroots unit to gain firsthand experience / (dialect) taking a crap
knowledge and experience
what one has seen and heard / knowledge / one's experience
age and experience / seniority
to be jolted around (car on a bumpy road, boat on a rough sea, aircraft experiencing turbulence) / (fig.) to undergo a rough experience
to reduce the number of personnel / to experience a reduction in the number of personnel
to react to pregnancy by experiencing morning sickness or a strong appetite for certain foods
to experience together with sb
much obliged / thank you / to ask advice / (ironically or humorously) to experience / to taste
lit. the salted fish turns over (idiom) / fig. to experience a reversal of fortune
to talk from one's personal experience / to use oneself as an example
to be more scared than hurt (idiom) / to get through a daunting experience without mishap
to gain knowledge and experience
lit. an easy drive on a familiar path (idiom); fig. experience makes progress easy / a task that is so familiar one can do it with one's hand tied behind one's back
to eat meat after having maintained a vegetarian diet / (fig.) to do sth as a novel experience
old and decrepit / proud of one's age and experience (idiom)
to pass on scripture / to teach Confucian doctrine / to pass on one's experience
full of political wisdom (idiom) / politically astute / with encyclopedic experience of state policy
to revive old dreams (idiom); to relive past experiences
to work in the fields (esp. young school-leavers) / forced agricultural experience for city intellectuals
(of a plant) to experience excessive vegetative growth (at the expense of flowering or fruiting)
lit. pale-faced scholar (idiom); young and inexperienced person without practical experience / still wet behind the ears
old soldier; veteran / veteran (sb who has a lot of experience in some domain)
to experience
(literary) brief obituary / one's past experience / one's past record / Taiwan pr. [xing4 zhuang4]
a person with knowledge and experience (idiom)
to learn from experience (coll.)
to see the world / to go out into society / to gain experience
lit. an old horse knows the way home (idiom); fig. in difficulty, trust an experience colleague
lit. cutting and polishing (idiom) / fig. to learn by exchanging ideas or experiences
experienced / with ample experience
to take in (old and new experiences and sorrows)
to think of the pain when the pain is gone (idiom) / to ponder about a painful experience
lit. a bird startled by the mere twang of a bow (idiom) / fig. sb who frightens easily, due to past experiences
sb who has come back to China after gaining overseas experience (a pun on 海龜|海龟) / to return to China after a period of study or work overseas
person who shares their experiences and thoughts with others on the Internet
lit. you can't gain knowledge without practical experience (idiom) / fig. wisdom only comes with experience
don't forget past events, they can guide you in future (idiom); benefit from past experience
to form and train (a military unit) / to create and practice (a martial art) / to train oneself (by real-life experience)
to experience one's full share of sorrows (idiom)
the person who drinks it knows best whether the water is hot or cold (Zen proverb); self-awareness comes from within / to know best by personal experience
member of a group who have gone through some experience in the same year
camaraderie between persons who have gone through some experience in the same year
to go through challenging experiences / to become seasoned (in one's profession etc)
(idiom) to have a bad experience as a customer / to encounter poor service
Knowledge comes from books and from experience of the world. (idiom) / Learn as much as you can and do all you can.
to possess limited experience and knowledge (idiom)
knowledge and experience
to experience good luck
extra-empirical / outside one's experience
past experience
out-of-body experience

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