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  *寒* | 寒* | *寒
cold / poor / to tremble
winter vacation
HSK 4
typhoid
bitter cold / severe winter
HSK 6
cold (climate) / frigid / very cold
wind chill / cold weather / common cold (medicine)
wintry
Han Han (1982-), PRC blogger, singer and professional rally driver
poor and humble family / my family (humble)
cold air
bitterly disappointed / frightened
high and cold (mountain area)
a nip in the air / chilliness
cold wave / CL:
poor / poverty-stricken / impoverished
coldproof / resistant to cold
cold food (i.e. to abstain from cooked food for 3 days around the Qingming festival 清明節|清明节) / the Qingming festival
poor / underprivileged / (of weather) crisp and clear
shiver
Cambrian geological period (541-485.4 million years ago)
Hanting district of Weifang city 濰坊市|潍坊市, Shandong
(bird species of China) Eurasian jackdaw (Coloeus monedula)
Lesser Cold, 23rd of the 24 solar terms 二十四節氣|二十四节气 6th-19th January
shiver all over though not cold / tremble with fear / shudder
wretched / poverty-stricken / unpresentable (for clothing, gifts etc)
a life of strenuous studies (idiom)
Great Cold, 24th of the 24 solar terms 二十四節氣|二十四节气 20th January-3rd February
to exchange conventional greetings / to talk about the weather
HSK 6
to fear / to be terrified
bitter cold
Hanting district of Weifang city 濰坊市|潍坊市, Shandong
cold weather, frozen ground (idiom); bitterly cold
cicada in winter / fig. mournful sound
cold air current / cold ocean current / cold stream
winter clothing
Hanlu or Cold Dew, 17th of the 24 solar terms 二十四節氣|二十四节气 8th-22nd October
my humble home
disillusioned / bitterly disappointed / terrified
cold snap during the spring
three feet of ice does not form in a single day (idiom); Rome wasn't built in a day
beset by hunger and cold (idiom) / starving and freezing / in desperate poverty
to warm oneself / to expel the cold (TCM)
pre-Cambrian, geological period before c. 540m years ago
polar climate
to enquire solicitously about sb's well-being (idiom) / to pamper
stomach cold (TCM)
affected by cold / to catch cold
alone and poor / humble / (Cantonese) miserly
to relieve cold
to defend against the cold / to keep warm
lit. without the lips, the teeth feel the cold (idiom); fig. intimately interdependent
to dispel cold (TCM)
fine hair on the human body
lower Cambrian series (geological strata from approx 530 million years ago)
it's lonely at the top (idiom)
a shiver
to glitter like frost and snow (idiom)
paratyphoid fever
salmonella typhimurium
bone chilling wind (idiom)
to keep quiet out of fear (idiom)
desolate and cold / frozen wastes
one day's sun, ten days' frost (idiom, from Mencius); fig. to work for a bit then skimp / sporadic effort / short attention span
the Cambrian explosion
variant of 寒磣|寒碜
typhus
of humble origin
hunger cries and cold roars (idiom); wretched poverty
to escape the cold by going on a winter holiday
the north frigid zone
one day's sun, ten days' frost (idiom, from Mencius); fig. to work for a bit then skimp / sporadic effort / lack of sticking power / short attention span
the Cambrian explosion
the Cambrian explosion
murine typhus fever
typhoid
(polite) my wife (old)
overcoat / down jacket / winter wear
cold and desolate
cold pillow and lonely bed (idiom); fig. cold and solitary existence
to exchange conventional greetings / to exchange pleasantries
as quiet as a cicada in winter (idiom)
to be scared out of one's wits
murine typhus
lit. broken tiles, cold hearth; fig. a broken-down house / poor and shabby dwelling
to be of humble origin (idiom)
lower Cambrian (geological period approx 530 million years ago)
polite set phrase / salutation / pleasantries
chilly weather / (loanword from Japanese) agar-agar
(bird species of China) Daurian jackdaw (Coloeus dauuricus)
ugly / shameful / to ridicule
lechery springs from warmth and nourishment, kleptomania springs from hunger and cold (idiom)
nine periods of nine days each after winter solstice, the coldest time of the year
murine typhus fever


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