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Jing, one of the 28 constellations of Chinese astronomy / surname Jing
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a well / CL: / neat / orderly
HSK 6
Longjing county level city in Yanbian Korean autonomous prefecture 延邊朝鮮族自治州|延边朝鲜族自治州, Jilin / Lungching township in Taichung county 臺中縣|台中县, Taiwan / also Longjing tea 龍井茶|龙井茶
a mine / a mine shaft
to drill (e.g. for oil) / a borehole
Gongjing district of Zigong city 自貢市|自贡市, Sichuan
Sham Tseng (area in Hong Kong)
Mitsui (Japanese company)
(water) well
Sakurai (Japanese surname and place name)
marketplace / town / the street (urban milieu) / the haunts of the common people
oil well
Ziliujing district of Zigong city 自貢市|自贡市, Sichuan
manhole
courtyard / patio / veranda / atrium / acupuncture point TB10
Sakai (Japanese surname)
inspection shaft / well
Yanjing, common place name / former county 1983-1999, now part of Markam county 芒康縣|芒康县 in Chamdo prefecture, Tibet
to dig a well
launching silo
Imai (Japanese surname)
tube well
blind shaft / winze
to leave one's homeplace (to find work, flee disaster etc)
karez, qanat or "horizontal well" (irrigation and water management system used in Xinjiang, Central Asia and Middle East)
test pit / exploratory shaft / test well (mineralogy)
Matsui (Japanese surname)
lit. not to dig a well until one is thirsty / to be unprepared and seek help at the last minute (idiom)
(mine) galleries and pits
Fujii (Japanese surname)
wishing well
ceiling (architecture)
to leave home / to abandon one's family
Ishii (Japanese surname)
Arai (Japanese surname)
Arai (Japanese surname)
Sakai (Japanese surname and place name)
to dodge a pit only to fall into a well (idiom) / out of the frying pan into the fire
Yuching township in Tainan county 台南縣|台南县, Taiwan
lit. face thirst and dig a well (idiom); fig. not to make adequate provision / to act when it is too late
Wangfujing neighborhood of central Beijing, famous for shopping
wolf trap (trou de loup), medieval defensive trap consisting of a concealed pit with sharp spikes
orderly / tidy
Shitanjing subdistrict of Dawukou district 大武口區|大武口区 of Shizuishan city 石嘴山市, Ningxia
to jump into a well (to drown oneself, esp. of ladies in fiction)


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