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


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  *支* | 支* | *支
to support / to sustain / to erect / to raise / branch / division / to draw money / classifier for rods such as pens and guns, for army divisions and for songs or compositions
HSK 5
expenditures / expenses / CL: 筆|笔, 項|项 / to spend money / (coll.) to pay wages
HSK 6
branch (of company, river etc) / to branch / to diverge / to ramify / to subdivide
the ten Heavenly Stems 十天干 and twelve earthly branches 十二枝 / sexagenary cycle
cash flow / financial balance / income and expenditure
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  *支* | 支* | *支
surname Zhi
(banking) to overdraw / to take out an overdraft / an overdraft / to overspend (i.e. expenditure in excess of revenue) / (old) to draw one's wage in advance / (fig.) to exhaust (one's enthusiasm, energy etc) / to damage a natural resource through overuse
clade (biology)
a gun / guns in general
to pay in advance / to get payment in advance
the 12 earthly branches , , , , , , , , , , , , used cyclically in the calendar and as ordinal numbers I, II etc
overjoyed (idiom); as pleased as punch
balance of payments
to overspend
the Yuezhi, an ancient people of central Asia during the Han dynasty (also written 月氏)
to be unable to endure
to advance funds
to get an advance on one's pay
(textiles) yarn count (unit indicating the fineness of a yarn) / (sometimes used loosely to mean thread count)
de-Sinicization and rejection of Han culture
cecum
abbr. for 印度支那
the 12 earthly branches , , , , , , , , , , , (used cyclically in the calendar and as ordinal number)
to save on expenditure
language branch
the 12 earthly branches , , , , , , , , , , , (used cyclically in the calendar and as ordinal numbers)
variant of 大月氏
military spending
lit. a single post cannot prop up a falling house (idiom) / fig. one is helpless alone
Balochi (ethnic group of Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan)
public expenditure
Utrecht
Utrecht, city in Netherlands
to reduce spending / to cut spending


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