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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
to correspond (by letter etc) / to communicate / communication
text message / SMS
HSK 4
genuine / honest / in good faith / honesty / integrity
to be convinced (that sth is true) / to believe / to accept sth as true
HSK 3
trustworthy
China Telecom (Chinese company providing mobile phone service)
incoming letter / send a letter here
to have confidence in oneself / self-confidence
HSK 4
to examine the reliability / reliable / credit reporting
Hisense (brand)
letter / epistle
to write a letter
to keep promises
private correspondence / personal letter / (computing) personal message (PM) / to message sb
to break a promise
to believe firmly / without any doubt
to text / to send SMS messages
recommendation letter
to easily trust / gullible / naïve
to post a letter
mutual trust
to reply / to write back / letter written in reply / CL:
Weixin county in Zhaotong 昭通, Yunnan
prestige / reputation / trust / credit with the people
HSK 6
hard to believe / incredible
multi-media messaging service (MMS) (telecommunications)
to be convinced / to be sure / to firmly believe / to be positive that / definite news
HSK 6
Ericsson (Swedish telecommunications company)
superstition / to have a superstitious belief (in sth)
HSK 6
China Mobile (PRC state telecommunications company)
to believe firmly
cover letter / job application
to extend credit (finance) / credit
Yangxin county in Binzhou 濱州|滨州, Shandong
Han Xin (-196 BC), famous general of first Han emperor Liu Bang 劉邦|刘邦
data communication
trusted aide
to communicate / to carry out communications
open letter
to listen to information / to get the news / to believe what one hears
to believe (what sb claims) (usually used in the negative) / (math.) confidence (interval etc)
unbelievable / incredible
registered letter
Chongxin county in Pingliang 平涼|平凉, Gansu
to win the trust of
landline (fixed-line) telecommunications
faithful and honest / loyal and sincere
(computing) near-field communication (NFC)
to send word / to deliver a letter
to believe firmly / devout in one's faith
digital communications
to notify / to inform
letter (to or from) home
message
(old) menstruation / period
according to belief / it is believed that
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 go back on one's word / to break one's promise / to be unfaithful / to be untrustworthy
to speak and keep one's promise (idiom); as good as one's word
to have no news whatever
official seal / legally binding seal
who would believe it! / what rubbish!
to falsely believe / to be mislead / to fall for (a trick etc)
to obtain confessions by compulsion / confession under duress
to dote on and trust
Thaksin Shinawatra (1949-), Thai businessman and politician, prime minister 2001-2006
to eliminate superstition (idiom)
ordinary mail (as opposed to air mail etc)
selective listening / to hear what one wants to hear
letter by express mail
to reply to a letter
to convert (to another religion)
to take a letter / to send word
to trust
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
to break faith
attached with the letter
Huang Xin, character in The Water Margin
lost letter / letter containing news of sb's death
to receive no news whatsoever about sb
fateful news / news of sb's death
airmail letter
blackmail
an impact detonator
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
piety / devotion (to a religion) / pious (believer) / devout
David Clive Wilson, Baron Wilson of Tillyorn (1935-), British diplomat and China expert, Governor of Hong Kong 1986-1992


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