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  *来* | 来* | *来
to come / to arrive / to come round / ever since / next
afterwards / later
original / originally / at first / it goes without saying / of course
in the future / future / the future / CL: 個|个
original / former / originally / formerly / at first / so, actually, as it turns out
always / at all times / never (if used in negative sentence)
future / tomorrow / CL: 個|个 / approaching / coming / pending
since (a previous event)
always (previously)
recently / lately
always / throughout (a period of time) / (of) all-time
bitterness finishes, sweetness begins (idiom); the hard times are over, the good times just beginning
lit. proper behavior is based on reciprocity (idiom) / fig. to return politeness for politeness
apparently / it seems that
to come out / to appear / to arise
(after a verb, indicates coming out, completion of an action, or ability to discern or detect)
to stand up / to get up / also pr. [qi3 lai2]
(after a verb) indicating the beginning and continuation of an action or a state / indicating an upward movement (e.g. after ) / indicating completion / (after a perception verb, e.g. ) expressing preliminary judgment / also pr. [qi3 lai5]
dealings / contacts / to go back and forth
to come down / (completed action marker) / (after verb of motion, indicates motion down and towards us, also fig.) / (indicates continuation from the past towards us) / to be harvested (of crops) / to be over (of a period of time) / to go among the masses (said of leaders)
to bring / to bring about / to produce
to return / to come back
it may be assumed that
external / foreign / outside
this past year / over the last years
to arise abruptly / to arrive suddenly / happening suddenly
to welcome (a visitor or newcomer) / (fig.) to usher in
to be used for
to arrive / arrival; advent
to come in
to return / to come back
Malaya / Malaysia
to come (formal) / before / previously
to waken
firstly, ...
stretch a hand and grab it (idiom); very easy
tathagata (Buddha's name for himself, having many layers of meaning - Sanskrit: thus gone, having been Brahman, gone to the absolute etc)
awkward / embarrassed / cannot be accomplished
Huailai county in Zhangjiakou 張家口|张家口, Hebei
cyclamen (loanword)
conversely / in reverse order / in an opposite direction
in my opinion
secondly, ...
to attract / to incur
consistently; always (in the past and now)
to start over / to do sth all over again
from birth / by one's nature
to act recklessly / to mess around
Tailai county in Qiqihar 齊齊哈爾|齐齐哈尔, Heilongjiang
in the end / finally / as a result
from the beginning / always / to come of one's own accord
Huilai county in Jieyang 揭陽|揭阳, Guangdong
to come one after the other
lit. to return in a swirl of dust (idiom) / fig. to regroup and come back even stronger / to make a comeback
since ancient times / since times immemorial
to follow the past and herald the future (idiom); part of a historical transition / forming a bridge between earlier and later stages
to act arbitrarily regardless of the rules / to mess with sth / to make a hash of things / to cause trouble
to come thick and fast (idiom)
to hover between life and death (idiom) / to suffer terribly / within an inch of one's life
returning to our main topic,... / that said,... / again,... / in this connection / in passing / nevertheless,... / anyhow
to come prepared
extreme sorrow turns to joy (idiom)
refrain (from doing sth) / (coll.) Come on! / Give me a break! / Save it!
Opportunity knocks but once. (idiom)
since birth / for one's whole life
to get along well / compatible / also written 和得來|和得来
not worth it
to observe the past to foresee the future (idiom, taken loosely from Book of Songs); studying ancient wisdom gives insight into what is to come
variant of 原來|原来
in the past few days / lately
unable to get along together / incompatible
worth it / it pays to
to come over / to manage / to handle / to be able to take care of
Time that has passed will never come back. (idiom)
to rush over
(of a sound) to come through / to be heard / (of news) to arrive
lit. If the old doesn't go, the new will not come. / You can't make progress by clinging to old notions.
to come up / to approach / (verb complement indicating success)
to accept / to take / next / following
to be unaccustomed to certain food / to not be keen on certain food
since ancient times / it has ever been the case that / see also 自古以來|自古以来
Proletarier aller Länder, vereinigt euch! / Workers of the world, unite!
(literary) recently; lately; hitherto
to bring sth to sb (news etc)
Wulai township in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
He who comes is surely ill-intentioned, no-one well-meaning will come (idiom). / Be careful not to trust foreigners. / Beware of Greeks bearing gifts!
to get better / to improve / to get well
to come early / already / early
opportunity knocks but once (idiom)
thus / if this happens then
generally speaking / in general
returning to our main topic,... / that said,... / again,... / in this connection / in passing / nevertheless,... / anyhow
for the past few years
lit. storm clouds approach / troubles lie ahead (idiom)
Zhou Enlai (1898-1976), Chinese communist leader, prime minister 1949-1976

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