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to open / to start / to turn on / to boil / to write out (a prescription, check, invoice etc) / to operate (a vehicle) / carat (gold) / abbr. for Kelvin, 開爾文|开尔文 / abbr. for 開本|开本, book format
public / to publish / to make public
to convene (a conference or meeting) / to convoke / to call together
to open / to show (a ticket) / to turn on / to switch on
to unfold / to carry out / to be in full swing / to launch
to depart / to leave
to separate / to part
Nankai district of Tianjin municipality 天津市
to let go / to release
to pull open / to pull apart / to space out / to increase
to uncover / to open
inseparable / inevitably linked to
to break / to sever / to turn off (electric switch)
to open wide
to untie / to undo / to solve (a mystery)
to separate
to avoid / to evade / to keep away from
to push open (a gate etc) / to push away / to reject / to decline
blooming / in full flower
to open wide / unrestrictedly
to open up
to strip sb of their Party membership and government job (開除黨籍開除公職|开除党籍开除公职)
to open up / to spread / to extend
to release / to let go / to loosen / to untie / to come loose
to dismantle / to disassemble / to open up (sth sealed) / to unpick
to boil
to shake off / to get rid of
to split open
to throw out / to get rid of
to open (one's eyes)
to leave / to walk away / to beat it / to move aside
imaginative / to have one's mind buzzing with ideas
to stay out of (hot water, trouble, awkward situation etc) / to avoid (sb)
to reopen / to start again
to get over (a shock, bereavement etc) / to avoid dwelling on unpleasant things / to accept the situation and move on
to separate / to disperse
to spread out / to unfold
to boil (food)
(dialect) to step aside / Get out of the way!
running in opposite direction (buses, trains, ferries etc)
to push aside / to part / to brush away
to move away
to reopen
to cleave / to split open / to spread open (fingers, legs)
to lift open / to tear open
cannot figure out / to be unable to take a lighter view / to take things too hard / to be depressed / to fret over trifles
to disregard / to leave aside
to get out of the way / to step aside
to stagger (times)
to unscrew / to twist off (a lid) / to turn on (a faucet) / to switch on (by turning a knob) / to turn (a door handle) / to wrench apart
to pull apart / to pry open with the hands
Fengkai county in Zhaoqing 肇慶|肇庆, Guangdong
(dialect) boss's son / rich man's son / young master
to boil (of liquid) / boiling hot / Get out! / Go away! / fuck off (rude)
to imagine the wildest thing / to indulge in fantasy
to saw
besides / except / to get rid of (sb) / (math.) to divide
to move (sth) aside / to step aside / to move over (when sitting on a bench) / to shift (one's gaze)
(of news) to spread / to get around
to disperse
to get sth open by tapping or striking it / (figuratively, when followed by sth like ∼的大門|的大门) to open the door to ~ / to gain access to ~
to burst forth
impossible to separate / impossible to disentangle / cannot take time out
to pry open / to lever open
grinning from ear to ear (idiom) / beaming with happiness
to pry open or apart / to spread (sth) open with both hands
to spread out after being diluted or melted / to dissolve into a liquid
to split / to cut open
to have financial difficulties / unable to make ends meet
to break up / to divide property and live apart / to start on a new (path)
first awakening of love (usually of a girl) (idiom)
to come to accept an unpleasant fact / to get over sth / to cheer up
smile spread across the face (idiom); beaming with pleasure / all smiles / joy written across one's face
murky darkness suddenly opens (idiom); a sudden flash of insight and all is clear
to get out of the way
to withdraw
to diverge / to branch off the road / to change (the subject)
to stretch out
ratio seventy to thirty / thirty percent failure, seventy percent success
to push aside (clothing, curtain etc) to reveal something / to toss aside
to dig into / to cut a mine into
to be wide open
dog hole wide open (idiom); fig. gap caused by missing teeth (used mockingly)
to be popular / to be getting on well / much in demand
to cast or put aside / to forget for a while
one man can hold the pass against ten thousand enemies (idiom)
to not take to heart / to be free of worried thoughts / to adopt a lighthearted perspective / lighthearted
lit. sincerity splits open metal and metal (idiom); if you put your heart to it, you can break up metal and rocks / With a will, you can achieve anything.
to send (sb) away / to change the subject / to open (an umbrella etc)
to open one's eyes wide at the sight of profit (idiom); thinking of nothing but personal gain / money-grubbing
semiovert / more or less open
to reverse a vehicle / to drive backwards
be unpopular / won't work
to break open
lit. sincerity splits open metal and metal (idiom); if you put your heart to it, you can break up metal and rocks / With a will, you can achieve anything.
to feel embarrassed
to be too embarrassed for words (idiom)
perturbative expansion (physics)

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