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just at (that time) / right in (that place) / right in the middle of (doing sth)
HSK 2
now / at present / at the moment / modern / current / nowadays
HSK 1
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  *在* | 在* | *在
(located) at / (to be) in / to exist / in the middle of doing sth / (indicating an action in progress)
HSK 1
to exist / to be / existence
HSK 5
place / location / (after a noun) place where it is located
hereto / here
to be in / to lie in / to consist in / to depend on / to rest with
HSK 5
to be employed / to be in post / on-the-job
together
(included) in it / among them
really / actually / indeed / true / real / honest / dependable / (philosophy) reality
HSK 4
up until now / to date
to have as its purpose / to be intended to / to aim to (do sth)
location / site
to care about / to mind
under / myself (humble)
located at / set up in a particular location
within China / during one's visit to China
to be situated at / to find oneself at
(in the expression 看在 ... 的份上|看在 ... 的分上) for the sake of ... / considering ...
ahead / formerly / in the past
local
near at hand / imminent / within sight
to be dead / to have passed away
to be with
to care about / equivalent of 在於|在于
HSK 5
as early as
free / unrestrained / comfortable / at ease
luckily / fortunately
hidden / potential / latent
inner / internal / intrinsic / innate
HSK 6
to be everywhere
outer / excluded
underneath
present participle (in English grammar)
to be present / to be on the scene
where? / what place?
before that / beforehand / previously
to be on the regular payroll / to be on the permanent staff
external / extrinsic
to be alive
beneath
on the throne / reigning (monarch)
to be at large (of a criminal)
(adverbial expression indicating that the attention of the subject of the verb is focused on what they are doing, not distracted by anything else) / just ...ing (and nothing else)
behind
to come first / previous / prior / beforehand / first / formerly
set up on high (idiom); not in touch with reality / aloof and remote
to take pleasure in sth (idiom)
to be present
circumstances require action (idiom); absolutely necessary / imperative
now / at the present
to be adept at sth / to be an expert in a trade or profession
to be unavoidable (idiom)
pressing in on one's eyelashes (idiom); imminent
to be almost within reach / to be close at hand
free and easy (idiom); carefree / leisurely
even now / until now / right up to the present
outdoors
aloft
indoors
vivid in one's mind (idiom)
during time / in this time
before then / up until that point
to be a believer (in a religion, esp. Islam)
underground
sitting (currently serving, e.g. board members)
to care about / to take seriously / to take to heart
to get together
(fig.) to hold in one's hands / to be within grasp
to be out of (political) office / to be out of power
in transit (of passengers, goods etc)
pendente lite / during litigation
at gunpoint
potential threat / potential menace
absent-minded / preoccupied / inattentive / with one's thoughts wandering
right under one's nose / right in front of one's eyes / close at hand / imminent
Moon Jae-in (1953-), Korean politician and human rights lawyer, president of Korea from 2017
to keep saying (sth) over and over
to possess / to be occupied or burdened with (work, a contract, a lawsuit)
to be nothing difficult / to be a cinch
reasonable / sensible
there are plenty of such people
to observe / to take it all in
to have one's ambitions elsewhere (idiom)
the problem is...
omnipresent
alongside / nearby
justice is to be found everywhere (idiom)
to pay attention to / to care about / to attach importance to
opposition party
after this / afterwards / next
the whole year must be planned for in the spring (idiom) / early planning is the key to success
in imminent peril (idiom) / on the brink of crisis
to harbor hard feelings
life is motion (popular saying with many possible interpretations) / Physical effort is vital for our bodies to function (Aristotle). / Life derives from physical exercise.
free and at leisure (idiom); unfettered / outside the reach of the law (of criminal) / at large
meanwhile / at the same time
existentialism

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