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HSK
to repair / to fix / to prune / to trim / (coll.) to sort sb out / to fix sb
HSK 4
to amend / to alter / to modify
HSK 5
to decorate / interior decoration / to fit up / to renovate
HSK 5
maintenance (of equipment) / to protect and maintain
HSK 5
to restore / to renovate / restoration / (computing) to fix (a bug)
HSK 6
accomplishment / training / self-cultivation
HSK 6
to build / to construct
HSK 6
to revise
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surname Xiu
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to decorate / to embellish / to repair / to build / to write / to cultivate / to study / to take (a class)
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dried meat / private teacher's remuneration / withered / variant of
(at a school) to take as an elective / an elective / elective (subject)
to decorate / to adorn / to dress up / to polish (a written piece) / to qualify or modify (grammar)
to do research work / to engage in advanced studies
to revise / to amend
to mend
(of an academic course) required / compulsory
(of Taoists) to practice austerities / to practice asceticism
to promise to keep sth in good repair / guarantee / warranty
optional course (in school)
slender / lanky / tall and thin
Asura, malevolent spirits in Indian mythology
to overhaul / to examine and fix (a motor) / to service (a vehicle)
to undertake advanced studies / to take a refresher course
to repair in a rush / rush repairs
to devote oneself to spiritual development (esp. Buddhism or Daoism) / to devote oneself to perfecting one's art or craft
revised edition / revised version
auto repair
to cultivate one's moral character / (fashion) slim-fit / body-hugging
required course / compulsory course
Asura, malevolent spirits in Indian mythology
to prune / to trim
to retouch images / image retouching
to renovate / to repair (a building)
amendment / revised draft
overhaul
to reconstruct / to repair / to revamp / to revise / to retake a failed course
nun or sister (of the Roman Catholic or Greek Orthodox churches)
to repair a bike (car etc)
refurbishment / renovation
to repair a road
guarantee period / warranty period
to minor in / minor
revision history (of a document, web page etc)
rhetoric
(education) to major in / major
to study at school
to rebuild (house or road) / to overhaul
to build
Ouyang Xiu (1007-1072), Northern Song dynasty prose writer and historian
Xiushui county in Jiujiang 九江, Jiangxi
Xiuwen county in Guiyang 貴陽|贵阳, Guizhou
to repair / to refurbish / to renovate / to refit / to mend / to rebuild
to spruce up / to renovate / to tend (a garden) / to groom (one's hair) / to finish (a rough surface) / to trim (a lawn) / to touch up (a photo)
to study on one's own / self-study
Yongxiu county in Jiujiang 九江, Jiangxi
to practice Daoism
to repair (sth broken) / to restore (sth damaged) / to establish friendly relations with / (literary) to do meritorious deeds
monastery / convent
repair shop
revised edition (of a book)
(of a person) beautiful inside and out
revised draft / new version (of a document)
Xiuwu county in Jiaozuo 焦作, Henan
Xiushui county in Jiujiang 九江, Jiangxi
member of religious order / frater
to make friends again / to renew old cordial relations
to compile and edit
Yongxiu county in Jiujiang 九江, Jiangxi
Xiuwen county in Guiyang 貴陽|贵阳, Guizhou
to revise
to study / to practice
Xiuwu county in Jiaozuo 焦作, Henan
to achieve Buddhahood through one's efforts and insight / to obtain a positive outcome after sustained efforts / to come to fruition
to restore (an ancient temple)
pedicure
lit. repair the plank road by day while secretly crossing the Wei River 渭河 at Chencang (idiom, refers to a stratagem used by Liu Bang 劉邦|刘邦 in 206 BC against Xiang Yu 項羽|项羽 of Chu) / fig. to feign one thing while doing another / to cheat under cover of a diversion
revise / revised
disrepair
to practice Zen (esp. meditation)
to build / to repair
to practice (an activity) / to perform
(grammar) modifier / qualifier / adjunct
voicing (adjustment of timbre, loudness etc of organ or other musical instrument)
genetic modification
Thucydides (c. 455 - c. 400 BC), Greek historian, author of the History of the Peloponnesian War
to amend the constitution
Danny Lee Sau-Yin (1953-), Hong Kong actor and director
not care about one's appearance (idiom) / slovenly in dress and manner
tinker
lit. to practice austerities to become a Daoist immortal / practice makes perfect
Rudolf Clausius (1822-1888), German physicist and mathematician
undecorated / unvarnished / no frills
water conservancy / irrigation works
to touch up / to make even
revisionism
Odysseus
old and in a state of disrepair (idiom) / dilapidated
rhetoric
monasticism

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