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  *托* | 托* | *托
prop / support (for weight) / rest (e.g. arm rest) / thanks to / to hold in one's hand / to support in one's palm / to give / to base / to commit / to set / torr (unit of pressure)
to impersonate / to pose as (someone else) / to counterfeit / to palm off (a fake as a genuine)
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  *掌* | 掌* | *掌
palm of the hand / sole of the foot / paw / horseshoe / to slap / to hold in one's hand / to wield
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  *棕* | 棕* | *棕
palm / palm fiber / coir (coconut fiber) / brown
betel palm (Areca catechu) / betel nut
to pay one's respects by bowing with hands in front of one's chest clasping joss sticks, or with palms pressed together / (Taiwan) religious ceremony in which offerings are made to a deity
palm tree
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  *椰* | 椰* | *椰
coconut palm / Taiwan pr. [ye2]
palm
palm (of one's hand) / control (extended meaning from having something in the palm of one's hand)
to clasp hands / to put one's palms together (in prayer)
hollow of the palm
palm of the hand / classifier: slap
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  *檳* | 檳* | *檳
betel palm (Areca catechu) / betel nut / Taiwan pr. [bin1]
palm oil
palm tree
leopard cat / raccoon dog / palm civet
pattra palm tree (loan from Sanskrit, Corypha umbraculifera), whose leaves were used as paper substitute for Buddhist sutras
sago palm (Cycas revoluta)
masked palm civet (Paguma larvata)
lit. a pearl in the palm (idiom) / fig. beloved person (esp. daughter)
to put one's palms together (in prayer or greeting)
palm oil
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  *櫚* | 櫚* | *櫚
palm tree
fig. to rub one's fists and wipe one's palms (idiom) / to roll up one's sleeves for battle / eager to get into action or start on a task
pattra palm tree (Corypha umbraculifera), whose leaves were used as paper substitute for Buddhist sutras
palmistry / features of a palm (in palmistry)
to pass oneself off as sb / to palm sth off as
(coll.) to remove (crinkles, dirt) with the palm of the hand
sago palm (Cycas revoluta)
palm tree
to steal sb's valuable item and substitute a similar-looking but worthless item / to sell a fake for the genuine article / to palm off
(have sb in) the palm of one's hand / fig. (under) one's complete control
palm-leaf fan / cattail-leaf fan
to put one's palms together (in prayer or greeting) / to work with a common purpose / harmonious / convenient (to use)
lit. to turn over one's palm / fig. everything is going very well.
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  *揎* | 揎* | *揎
to roll up one's sleeves / to slap with the palm
Chinese fan palm / Livistona chinensis
lit. one palm alone cannot clap (proverb) / fig. it takes two persons to start a dispute / it takes two to tango / it's difficult to achieve anything without support
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  *桹* | 桹* | *桹
(palm)
"kopi luwak" or civet coffee, made from coffee beans plucked from Asian palm civet's feces
saw palmetto (Serenoa repens, a small palm, an extract of whose fruit is used medicinally)
woven palm fiber (used in handicraft) / coir / woven coconut fiber
palm civet (Paguma larvata)
palmistry / features of a palm (in palmistry)
Arecaceae or Palmae, the palm family
oil palm
palm fiber / coir
Reiki (palm healing)
arenga or sugar palm (Arenga pinnata)
sutra written on leaves of pattra palm tree
palm
palm fiber mat
Palm Sunday (Sunday before Easter)
Asian palm civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus), also called toddy cat
rope of palm fiber / coir (coconut fiber)
pattra palm tree (Corypha umbraculifera), whose leaves were used as paper substitute for Buddhist sutras
palm tree genus (Areca spp.)
to clasp hands / to put one's palms together (in obeisance)
Talipot palm (Corypha umbraculifera), whose leaves were used as writing media
coir mat / palm fiber matting
rectangular frame with a palm fiber mat woven across it (placed on a bed frame as the sleeping surface)
palm-leaf fan
palm fiber / rope of palm fiber / coir (coconut fiber)
(bird species of China) Asian palm swift (Cypsiurus balasiensis)
lit. turning his hand palm up he gathers the clouds, turning his hand palm down he turns them to rain / very powerful and capable (idiom)
Sanskrit on Talipot palm leaves (idiom); Buddhist scripture
Palm Sunday (Christian Festival one week before Easter)
lit. both the palm and the back of the hand are made of flesh (idiom) / fig. to both be of equal importance / to value both equally


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