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  *甲* | 甲* | *甲
first of the ten Heavenly Stems 十天干 / (used for an unspecified person or thing) / first (in a list, as a party to a contract etc) / letter "A" or Roman "I" in list "A, B, C", or "I, II, III" etc / armor plating / shell or carapace / (of the fingers or toes) nail / bladed leather or metal armor (old) / ranking system used in the Imperial examinations (old) / civil administration unit (old) / ancient Chinese compass point: 75°
HSK 5
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  *指* | 指* | *指
finger / to point at or to / to indicate or refer to / to depend on / to count on / (of hair) to stand on end
HSK 4
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  *搵* | 搵* | *搵
(literary) to wipe away (tears) / to press with one's fingers / to soak
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  *戒* | 戒* | *戒
to guard against / to exhort / to admonish or warn / to give up or stop doing sth / Buddhist monastic discipline / ring (for a finger)
HSK 5
fingerprint / the arches, loops and whorls on the fingers
HSK 5
(finger) ring
HSK 5
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  *捏* | 捏* | *捏
to pinch (with one's fingers) / to knead / to make up
HSK 6
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  *搓* | 搓* | *搓
to rub or roll between the hands or fingers / to twist
HSK 6
okra (Hibiscus esculentus) / lady's fingers
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  *摳* | 摳* | *摳
to dig out / to pick out (with one's fingers) / to carve / to cut / to study meticulously / to lift one's clothes / stingy / miserly
index finger / mouths to feed
to enjoy sth without lifting a finger
okra (Hibiscus esculentus) / lady's fingers
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  *揸* | 揸* | *揸
to stretch fingers out
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  *摁* | 摁* | *摁
to press (with finger)
middle finger
(music) fingering / (TCM) manipulation of acupuncture needles / (keyboard) typing technique / (dance) hand movements / (painting) finger method
a finger-guessing game / Morra / rock-paper-scissors game
fingertip / finger
(finger) ring
just a very few (idiom); tiny number / not many at all / You count them on your fingers.
guqin or qin, a long zither with seven strings, plucked with the fingers
finger / toe / CL: 個|个
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  *捻* | 捻* | *捻
to twirl (in the fingers)
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  *拈* | 拈* | *拈
to nip / to grasp with the fingers / to fiddle with / Taiwan pr. [nian2]
to dip a finger (idiom); fig. to get one's finger in the pie / to get a share of the action / abbr. for 染指於鼎|染指于鼎
to cleave / to split open / to spread open (fingers, legs)
Wuzhi or Mount Five Finger, Hainan / Wuzhishan City, Hainan
to gesticulate / to point out / to point the finger of blame
ring finger
fingerprint / finger mark / thumbprint
a snap of the fingers / a short moment / in a flash / in the twinkling of an eye
a snap of the fingers (idiom); in an instant / in a short moment / in a flash / in the twinkling of an eye
to put one's hands behind one's head, fingers interlaced / to hold one's head in one's hands (in dismay, fright etc) / to cover one's head with one's hands (for protection)
little finger
can be counted on one's fingers (idiom) / very few
to win without needing to even lift a finger / victory presented on a platter
to watch with folded arms (idiom); to look on without lifting a finger
(finger) ring
index finger
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  *捋* | 捋* | *捋
to smooth or arrange sth using one's fingers / to stroke
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  *豁* | 豁* | *豁
to play Chinese finger-guessing game
little finger / pinkie
just a very few (idiom); tiny number / just a handful / not many at all / You count them on your fingers.
with callouses on hands and feet (idiom) / to work one's fingers to the bone
springtime bamboo shoots / fig. (of woman's fingers) tender and delicate
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  *唿* | 唿* | *唿
to whistle (with fingers in one's mouth) / (onom.) for the sound of the wind
to suffer / to suffer for one's actions / to pay dearly / to burn one's fingers
antipinch (e.g. preventing catching fingers in automatic car windows)
brachydactylism (genetic abnormality of short or missing fingers)
to play with fire and get burnt (idiom); fig. to play with evil and suffer the consequences / to get one's fingers burnt
hand gesture in traditional dances (joined thumb and middle finger, the rest extended)
finger-guessing game
to count on one's fingers
to count with one's fingers / on the spot calculation
fat finger error (finance)
as the arm moves the finger (idiom) / freely and effortlessly / to have perfect command of
stir up the fire and you get burnt (idiom); to get one's fingers burnt / fig. to suffer on account of one's own meddling
circular finger movement (in playing plucked instrument) / strumming
okra (Hibiscus esculentus) / lady's fingers
a snap of the fingers (idiom); in a flash / in the twinkling of an eye
to play with / to finger
hand-held mutton (mutton pieces on the bone, eaten with the fingers)
a snap of the fingers / a short moment / in a flash / in the twinkling of an eye
to whistle (with fingers in one's mouth) / nowadays written 呼哨
to whistle (with fingers in one's mouth) / nowadays written 呼哨
index finger
finger ring (dialect)
squeezing the fingers between sticks (old form of torture)
lit. dip one's finger in the tripod (idiom); fig. to get one's finger in the pie / to get a share of the action
finger-guessing game
okra (Hibiscus esculentus) / lady's fingers
a (finger) ring
index finger
to squeeze the fingers (old form of torture)
to count on one's fingers
to cross little fingers (between children) as a promise
sticks used for squeezing the fingers (old form of torture)
to face a thousand pointing fingers with a cool scowl (citation from Lu Xun) / to treat with disdain / to defy
lit. dirty finger, mouth watering (idiom); fig. greedy to seize sth


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