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HSK
to be convinced (that sth is true) / to believe / to accept sth as true
HSK 3
text message / SMS
HSK 4
to have confidence in oneself / self-confidence
HSK 4
to be convinced / to be sure / to firmly believe / to be positive that / definite news
HSK 6
superstition / to have a superstitious belief (in sth)
HSK 6
prestige / reputation / trust / credit with the people
HSK 6
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  *信* | 信* | *信
letter / mail / CL: / to trust / to believe / to profess faith in / truthful / confidence / trust / at will / at random
Weixin or WeChat (mobile text and voice messaging service developed by Tencent 騰訊|腾讯)
telecommunications
genuine / honest / in good faith / honesty / integrity
to break a promise
to correspond (by letter etc) / to communicate / communication
trustworthy
incoming letter / to send us a letter
China Telecom (Chinese company providing mobile phone service)
private correspondence / personal letter / (computing) personal message (PM) / to message sb
to easily trust / gullible / naïve
to believe firmly / without any doubt
to keep promises
letter / epistle
Hisense (brand)
to write a letter
hard to believe / incredible
to believe (what sb claims) (usually used in the negative) / (math.) confidence (interval etc)
to communicate / to carry out communications
China Mobile (PRC state telecommunications company)
to post a letter
data communication
recommendation letter
to examine the reliability / reliable / credit reporting
to believe firmly
to reply / to write back / letter written in reply / CL:
Ericsson (Swedish telecommunications company)
multimedia messaging service (MMS) (telecommunications)
congratulatory letter or message
to listen to information / to get the news / to believe what one hears
to extend credit (finance) / credit
open letter
trusted aide
to notify / to inform
mutual trust
Yangxin county in Binzhou 濱州|滨州, Shandong
to win the trust of
Chongxin county in Pingliang 平涼|平凉, Gansu
faithful and honest / loyal and sincere
to go back on one's word / to break one's promise / to be unfaithful / to be untrustworthy
Weixin county in Zhaotong 昭通, Yunnan
to dote on and trust
to have no news whatever
to speak and keep one's promise (idiom); as good as one's word
letter (to or from) home
oral message
Yu Xin (513-581), poet from Liang of the Southern dynasties 南朝梁朝 and author of Lament for the South 哀江南賦|哀江南赋
to send word / to deliver a letter
to falsely believe / to be mislead / to fall for (a trick etc)
to eliminate superstition (idiom)
to believe firmly / devout in one's faith
(of a business operator) to inflate one's reputation by dishonest means (e.g. posting fake reviews)
message
official seal / legally binding seal
selective listening / to hear what one wants to hear
(computing) near-field communication (NFC)
to reply to a letter
letter sent by express mail
according to belief / it is believed that
to take a letter / to send word
to obtain confessions by compulsion / confession under duress
ordinary mail (as opposed to air mail etc)
to trust
Huang Xin, character in The Water Margin
Confucian moral injunctions of fidelity / piety to one's parents, respect to one's older brother, loyalty to one's monarch, faith to one's male friends
Thaksin Shinawatra (1949-), Thai businessman and politician, prime minister 2001-2006
to convert (to another religion)
to break faith
(old) menstruation / period
lost letter / letter containing news of sb's death
attached with the letter
fateful news / news of sb's death
to receive no news whatsoever about sb
blackmail
airmail letter
an impact detonator
Han Xin (-196 BC), famous general of first Han emperor Liu Bang 劉邦|刘邦
a detonator
without proof one can't believe it (idiom)
mail to be delivered by a specified time
Don't spread abroad the shame of the family, don't believe rumors lightly. (idiom) / Don't wash your dirty linen in public, don't listen to others' gossip.
a letter of condolence
David Clive Wilson, Baron Wilson of Tillyorn (1935-), British diplomat and China expert, Governor of Hong Kong 1986-1992
registered letter
cover letter / job application
unbelievable / incredible
landline (fixed-line) telecommunications
digital communications
to text / to send SMS messages
piety / devotion (to a religion) / pious (believer) / devout
who would believe it! / what rubbish!


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