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  *客* | 客* | *客
customer / visitor / guest
  *東* | 東* | *東
east / host (i.e. sitting on east side of guest) / landlord
  *桌* | 桌* | *桌
table / desk / classifier for tables of guests at a banquet etc
everybody / all (guests, colleagues etc) / all of you
traveler / tourist / (online gaming) guest player
tavern / guest house / inn / hotel
honored guest / distinguished guest / VIP
visitor / guest / customer / client / CL:
  *賓* | 賓* | *賓
visitor / guest / object (in grammar)
drawing room (room for arriving guests) / living room / CL: 間|间
guest room
esteemed guest / honored guest / guest (on a show)
to see in the New Year / to welcome new guests / by extension, to receive new students
to start / to put one's hand to / to set about / the seat to the right of the main guest
to receive (guests) / to entertain / reception
guest / visitor
guest house / small hotel
to appear on stage in an amateur capacity / (of a professional) to make a guest appearance / (fig.) to assume a role outside one's usual duties / to substitute for
to welcome a guest / to entertain a customer (of prostitute)
(coll.) (Tw) troublesome customer / obnoxious guest (from Taiwanese 漚客|沤客, POJ pr. [àu-kheh])
guests / visitors
hospitality / to treat guests well / to enjoy having guests / hospitable / friendly
to give a dinner party / to entertain guests / to invite to dinner
guest (to a wedding etc)
foreign guest / international visitor
to be a guest or visitor
light bulb / (slang) unwanted third guest
lit. inn that kills and robs guests (esp. in traditional fiction) / fig. a scam / protection racket / daylight robbery
passing traveler / transient guest / sojourner
guests feel at home (in a hotel, guest house etc) / a home away from home
(polite appellation for a guest at a hotel etc)
to resist / to ward off / to hold one's own / to receive guests
to follow with one's eyes (a departing guest etc)
to put up a guest / to stay overnight
lit. the guest acts as host (idiom); fig. to turn from passive to active behavior
to get hyped up in front of an audience / (of children) to play up in front of guests
Stay a bit! / Wait a minute! / (to a departing guest) Take care!
Feast at Hongmen / (fig.) banquet set up with the aim of murdering a guest / refers to a famous episode in 206 BC when future Han emperor Liu Bang 劉邦|刘邦 escaped attempted murder by his rival Xiang Yu 項羽|项羽
uninvited or unexpected guest
(said by departing guest) no need to see me out
web user / guest user
to solicit (guests, clients, passengers etc) / to importune
lit. the voice of the guest overwhelms that of the host (idiom) / fig. a minor player upstages the main attraction / minor details obscure the main point / the sauce is better than the fish
to receive guests / to receive patrons (of prostitutes)
disturbing the privacy of bridal room (Chinese custom where guests banter with and play pranks on the newlyweds)
public lecture (with guest speakers etc)
host and guest
to serve tea (to guests)
to live in a foreign place / to live somewhere as a guest
to ask a guest to stay / to detain a guest
  *迓* | 迓* | *迓
to receive (as a guest)
  *酢* | 酢* | *酢
toast to host by guest
guest-house / inn
guest of honor
room to meet guests / parlor
guest room
to decline to meet a visitor / to express one's gratitude to one's guests
to live somewhere as a visitor / to stay with sb as a guest / to sojourn
uninvited (guest) / unexpected (appearance) / unwanted presence
guest from afar
guests / invited friends
to be a guest at a dinner party / to be wined and dined (as a bribe)
to take care of / to raise money / to attend to (guests, customers etc)
lit. to meet those arriving, to send of those departing (idiom); busy entertaining guests / all time taken over with social niceties
seat (at banquet) / by ext. guest of honor
special guest performer (in a show) / special guest appearance (in film credits)
to entertain a guest
to offer a cigarette (to a guest)
guest from the same country / internal or domestic visitor (as opposed to international guest 外賓|外宾)
negligent (towards guests)
guests filled the hall (idiom); a house full of distinguished visitors
guest of honor / host and guests
hotel guest / tenant
lit. to open an inn that kills and robs guests (esp. in traditional fiction) / fig. to carry out a scam / to run a protection racket / daylight robbery
to receive (guests, clients) / to interact socially with
the Seven Duties of a sovereign, namely: offering sacrifice 祭祀, giving audience 朝覲|朝觐, administering jointly 會同|会同, receiving guests 賓客|宾客, running army 軍旅|军旅, attending to farm work 田役, mourning ceremonial 喪荒|丧荒
guests filled all the seats (idiom); a house full of distinguished visitors
visiting professor / guest professor
male guest at party
(of distinguished guest) honor my house (firm etc) with your presence
lit. shoes and slippers muddled together (idiom); fig. many guests come and go / a lively party
lit. a chicken and a bottle of wine (idiom); fig. ready to make an offering to the deceased, or to entertain guests
banquet where guests arrive at various times and are served with food as they arrive
to arrive without invitation / unexpected guest / unwanted presence
lit. a chicken and a bottle of wine (idiom); fig. ready to make an offering to the deceased, or to entertain guests
to treat each other as an honored guest (idiom) / mutual respect between husband and wife
lit. asking guests whether or not to butcher a chicken for them (idiom) / fig. hypocritical show of affection (or hospitality)
guests filled the hall (idiom); a house full of distinguished visitors
lit. to offer three kinds of tea and six different dishes / to be extremely considerate towards guests (idiom)

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