Dictionary content from CC-CEDICT De keizer is ver weg - boek met wilde avonturen in China

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success / to succeed / CL: , 個|个
qigong, a system of deep breathing exercises
Chenggong or Chengkung town in Taitung County 臺東縣|台东县, southeast Taiwan
  *功* | 功* | *功
meritorious deed or service / achievement / result / service / accomplishment / work (physics)
Wugong County in Xianyang 咸陽|咸阳, Shaanxi
martial art / military accomplishments / (Peking opera) martial arts feats
to do tai chi / to practice kung-fu (or other martial art) / to train (for dancing, acrobatics etc)
to render meritorious service (one the three imperishables 三不朽) / to make worthy contributions / to distinguish oneself
great merit / great service
outstanding military service
to celebrate a heroic deed
to give credit / to give sb his due / attribution
to act (in opera) / stage business
to take the credit for sb's achievement
to work to no avail (idiom)
(military) meritorious service
singing skill
to work hard while accomplishing little / to toil to no avail
to win instant success (idiom)
hard work / laborious effort / painstaking work
ten years of practice for one minute on the stage (idiom)
to claim credit for oneself
hidden merits
to rejoice in grandiose deeds / to strive to achieve extraordinary things
diligent / industrious (in one's studies) / to study hard / to make great effort
first class merit
to report a heroic deed / to mention sb in dispatches
to show off one's accomplishments (often derog.)
lit. cannot be done in one day (idiom) / fig. will take much time and effort to accomplish
brilliant (exploit) / meritorious (achievement)
amazing powers / miraculous skill
to evaluate the merit of sth
to claim credit for other people's achievements (idiom)
variant of 女紅|女红
success at one go / to succeed at the first attempt
analogous (evolutionary biology)
basic skills / fundamentals
political and military achievements (idiom)
Opportunity brings success. (idiom)
Falun Gong (Chinese spiritual movement founded in 1992, regarded as a cult by the PRC government)
to accumulate merit and virtue
to render meritorious military service
variant of 邀功
to request recognition for sb's merits / to recommend sb for promotion or an award
Koxinga (1624-1662), military leader
doctors like to treat those who are not sick so that they can get credit for the patient's "recovery" (idiom)

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