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  *天* | 天* | *天
day / sky / heaven
today / at the present / now
HSK 1
to chat / to gossip
HSK 3
every day / everyday
every day
space flight
HSK 6
tomorrow
HSK 1
spring (season) / CL: 個|个
yesterday
HSK 1
summer / CL: 個|个
several days
on that day
the same day
winter / CL: 個|个
blue sky
autumn / CL: 個|个
culmination (astronomy)
daytime / during the day / day / CL: 個|个
to be in defiance of the natural order
whole day
flying Apsara (Buddhist art)
final day
that day / the other day
next day / the morrow
the past few days
all day long / whole day
the day after tomorrow / acquired (not innate) / a posteriori
whole sky
a few days before
skyscraping / towering into the sky
the Ninth Heaven / the highest of the heavens
the day before yesterday
Heaven / Providence / God / the day before / the sky above / to fly to the sky / to take off and fly into space / to die / to pass away
Sunday / CL: 個|个
today / this day
half of the day / a long time / quite a while / midair / CL: 個|个
clear sky / sunny day
Lotte (South Korean conglomerate)
carefree / happy-go-lucky / optimistic
firmament
to soar / to rocket
outdoors / al fresco / in the open
lit. to fill the whole sky / everywhere / as far as the eye can see
God / Heavens
Chaotian district of Guangyuan city 廣元市|广元市, Sichuan
to have an audience with the Emperor / to be presented at court / to look skyward / to look up
inborn / innate / natural
Wu Zetian (624-705), Tang empress, reigned 690-705
clear sky / blue sky / upright and honorable (official)
rainy day / rainy weather
cloudy day / overcast sky
the hottest period of the year / see 三伏天
clear sky
three periods forming the hottest periods of summer, from mid-July to mid-August, namely: 初伏 (mid-July), 中伏 (late July to early August), 末伏 (mid-August)
(coll.) all day long / all the time
HSK 6
reach high to the sky / tall / of great height
half the sky / women of the new society / womenfolk
reaching the sky / for days on end / incessantly
lit. to ascend to heaven / to die
paradise / heavenly or beautiful place / fairyland
Bao Qingtian, fictional nickname of Bao Zheng 包拯 (999-1062), Northern Song official renowned for his honesty
the Western Paradise (Buddhism)
another day / some other time / to find another day (for appointment etc) / to take a rain check
bright sunny day / blazing hot day
in full swing (idiom) / (in a) frenzy / buzzing with activity
regardless of the law and of natural morality (idiom); maverick / undisciplined and out of control
to face upwards / to look up to the sky
old name for Shenyang 瀋陽|沈阳 in modern Liaoning province
to chat
lit. to reverse the rotation of the sky / fig. to reverse a desperate situation
Food is the God of the people. (idiom); People view food as the primary need. / Food first, ethical niceties second
the next day / on alternate days
roseroot / Rhodiola rosea
broad daylight
to undergo change in weather / restoration of reactionary rule or the previous regime
Xingtian, headless giant hero of Chinese mythology decapitated by the Yellow Emperor 黃帝|黄帝
lit. to view the sky from the bottom of a well (idiom); ignorant and narrow-minded
lit. like the sun at noon (idiom) / fig. to be at the peak of one's power, career etc
Nirvana (in Buddhist scripture) / Lord Brahma (the Hindu Creator)
daily (law) / per diem
(coll.) to get one's just deserts / to serve sb right / to get one's share of (good or bad things) / every dog has its day
morning
cold weather / cold season
man of Qǐ fears the sky falling (idiom); groundless fears
reckless / extremely daring
reaching heaven in a single bound (idiom); (esp. with negative: don't expect) instant success
place of charm and beauty / scenery of exceptional charm / completely different world
supremely honorable and righteous
freezing weather / frosty sky
Sunday
man can conquer nature (idiom); human wisdom can prevail over nature
four legs facing the sky (idiom); flat on one's back
(coll.) a long time
most of the day
(coll.) every day
lit. to hide the sky with one hand / to hide the truth from the masses
(of enemies) cannot live under the same sky / absolutely irreconcilable
overpowering (of a stench)
to create a big disturbance
human life is beyond value (idiom)

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