Dictionary content from CC-CEDICT De keizer is ver weg - boek met wilde avonturen in China

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to put in order / to tidy up / to pack / to repair / (coll.) to sort sb out / to fix sb
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to pick up / to collate or arrange / ten (banker's anti-fraud numeral)
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to ascend in light steps
to pick up / to gather
to pick up / to collect
irremediable / unmanageable / out of hand / hopeless
to pocket a lost article / (fig.) to correct others' errors / to remedy omissions (in a text etc)
Shide, Tang Buddhist poet who lived at the Guoqing Temple on Mt Tiantai 天台山
to find / to pick up / to collect
to pick up money and not hide it (idiom); to return property to its owner
to pick up bits / to collect scrap material / tidbits / gleanings (used as gossip)
to glean / to collect scraps / to eke out a meager living
to pick up what others say (idiom); to pass off other people's opinions as one's own / to parrot
lit. so numerous that one could just bend down and pick them up (idiom) / fig. extremely common; easily available
to clear up / to tidy up / to pick up / to repair
to remedy omissions and correct errors (idiom)
lit. no one picks up lost articles in the street (idiom) / fig. honesty prevails throughout society
picked up items (i.e. lost property)
lit. no one picks up lost articles in the street (idiom) / fig. honesty prevails throughout society
"Dawn Blossoms Plucked at Dusk", a collection of autobiographical essays by Lu Xun 魯迅|鲁迅
to tidy up (dialect)
pickup (electro-acoustic transducer)
once it gets started there's no stopping it
to pick up cress / fig. sth easy to do / a piece of cake
to plagiarize (idiom)
to find / to pick up / to obtain
to go up or down stairs step by step
to walk slowly up a flight of steps (idiom)
to clear up the mess / to pick up the pieces
when everybody gathers fuel, the flames are higher (idiom) / the more people, the more strength
to pick up (a theme etc) / to regain (confidence) / to revive (a custom, friendship etc)

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