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  *底* | 底* | *底
background / bottom / base / end (of the month, year etc) / remnants / (math.) radix / base
HSK 4
thorough / thoroughly / complete
HSK 5
finally / in the end / when all is said and done / after all / to the end / to the last
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  *底* | 底* | *底
(equivalent to as possessive particle)
the end of the year / year-end
bottom line; the limit of what one is prepared to accept / (sports) baseline / (sewing) under thread / spy; informer; plant
end of the month
ground or first floor / bottom (of a pile) / lowest rung (of society)
seabed / seafloor / bottom of the ocean
Loudi prefecture-level city in Hunan
base / pedestal / foundation
to fill sb in (on the details of sth) / to put all one's cards on the table
to lay a foundation (also fig.) / to make a first sketch / to eat sth before drinking / to apply an undercoat
the location below sth / afterwards
chassis
fundus of the eye (containing the choroid, retina, optic nerve etc) / inside the eye / right in front of one's eyes / in full view as a panorama
inside information / concrete details
Detroit, Michigan
cards in one's hand / (fig.) undisclosed strength or information / hidden trump
bottom / bottom side / bottom surface
lung capacity / lung power / stamina / confidence
basic salary / base pay / salary floor
to hide (as an undercover agent) / an insider (in a gang of thieves) / a mole
valley floor / (fig.) lowest ebb / all-time low
in the final analysis / in the end
soles of the feet
training in the basic skills / knowledge of the fundamentals
sole (of a shoe)
foundation / grounding / background / what lies at the bottom of sth / root / cause
to put sth on the bottom / to eat sth to tide oneself over until mealtime / to lay the foundation / to come last in the rankings
inside information / the ins and outs of the matter / how things stand / what's up
the back cover of a book
to have a clear view (of a situation) / to fish for information / fact-finding
base / foundation / bottom
in this world / under the sun
family property / patrimony
underwater
negative / photographic plate
hysteria (loanword) / hysterical
answer to a riddle
ordinary members of theatrical troupe
primer
in the final analysis / ultimately
subterranean / underground
so deep one cannot see to the bottom / limitless
to reveal / to expose
the bottom of a pot or pan / hotpot broth
to take drastic measures to deal with a situation / to pull the carpet from under sb
flat bottomed / low heeled
platform shoes
water so clear you can see the bottom
bottomless pit
basilar artery (central artery of the brain)
base fertilizer
Normandy, France
to disclose inside information / to divulge secret details
the frog at the bottom of the well (idiom) / fig. a person of limited outlook and experience
radix / base (math.)
after all / in the final analysis / ultimately
Socrates (469-399 BC), Greek philosopher / José Sócrates (1957-), prime minister of Portugal (2005-2011)
base (of a triangle) / base line / hem line (of skirt)
to go to the bottom of things (idiom)
criminal record
to keep a copy / copy kept for archiving / to put aside a portion (of a money sum)
to dig up roots and inquire at the base (idiom); to get to the bottom of sth
to get to the heart of the matter
Nicodemus, prominent Jew of the time of Christ, mentioned in the Gospel of John
base number (of a tender) / starting price (for auction)
shop fittings
erhua variant of 墊底|垫底
to let out a secret
lowest limit / bottom line
to break even / to guarantee a minimum (salary etc)
background
(photography) negative / photographic plate / (printing) plate / block
to sketch / to draft / to lay the foundation
deductible (the part of an insurance claim paid by the insured) / (UK English) excess
to reveal the inside story / to expose sb's secrets
bottom of one's heart
Hippocrates (c. 460 BC - c. 370 BC), Greek physician, father of Western medicine
Norman (people)
in front of one's eyes / in full view as a panorama / right now
muladhara, the root or Saturn chakra, residing in the coccyx
Gangdisê mountain range in southwest Tibet
(literary) end / limit
Normandy peninsula
Irrawaddy or Ayeyarwaddy River, the main river of Myanmar (Burma)
(literary) to quell an insurgency / (Tw) to settle (a matter)
(finance) to snap up undervalued stocks / bargain-hunting; bottom-fishing
lit. to examine roots and inquire at the base (idiom); to get to the bottom of sth
to divulge the inside story
a fish at the bottom of the pot (idiom) / in a desperate situation
a photographic plate
lit. to examine roots and inquire at the base (idiom); to get to the bottom of sth
lit. to examine roots and inquire at the base (idiom); to get to the bottom of sth
where will it stop?
Mordechai (name)
plinth / base / substrate

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