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Pīnyīn
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each other / one another
HSK 5
Peter (name)
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  *彼* | 彼* | *彼
that / those / (one) another
the other shore / (Buddhism) paramita
Saint Petersburg (city in Russia)
know yourself, know your enemy (idiom, from Sunzi's "The Art of War" 孫子兵法|孙子兵法)
Montpellier (French town)
red spider lily (Lycoris radiata) / cluster amaryllis
lit. to attend to one thing and lose sight of another (idiom) / fig. to be unable to manage two or more things at once / cannot pay attention to one thing without neglecting the other
Airbnb
no better (or worse) than each other / both in the same boat
Peter Pan, the novel character
Saint Peter
First Epistle of Peter (in New Testament)
Second Epistle of Peter (in New Testament)
know yourself and know your enemy, and you will never be defeated (idiom, from Sunzi's "The Art of War" 孫子兵法|孙子兵法)
that was one thing, and this is another / times have changed
to make no distinction between what's one's own and what's another's (idiom) / to share everything / to be on very intimate terms
either this or that / one or the other
Perm, Russian city in the Urals
Petrovich (name)
to rise and fall in succession (idiom) / repeating continuously
Caterpillar Inc.
knowing the enemy and yourself will get you unscathed through a hundred battles (idiom, from Sunzi's "The Art of War")
up here, down there (idiom); to rise and fall in succession / no sooner one subsides, the next arises / repeating continuously / occurring again and again (of applause, fires, waves, protests, conflicts, uprisings etc)
to favour one and discriminate against the other
Petersburg (place name) / Saint Petersburg, Russia
rabbi (loanword)
to know the enemy and know oneself (idiom, from Sunzi's "The Art of War")
Abijah (biblical name)
to chorus sb else's lead (idiom); to chime in in agreement
William Bradley "Brad" Pitt (1963-), US actor and film producer
Pilates (physical fitness system) (Tw)
to chorus sb else's lead (idiom); to chime in in agreement
Petrograd, variant spelling of 彼得堡, Saint Petersburg
Petri dish
Pilate (Pontius Pilate in the Biblical passion story)


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