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  *根* | 根* | *根
root / basis / classifier for long slender objects, e.g. cigarettes, guitar strings / CL: 條|条 / radical (chemistry)
HSK 5
Morgan (name)
bacon (loanword)
Hakone, city on the east coast of Japan southwest of Tokyo
root of tooth
to take root / to establish a base
lateral root (botany)
grass roots (lit. and fig.)
Copenhagen or København, capital of Denmark
fibrous roots
negative ion / acid radical
square root
ticket stub
tree roots
a strand of hair / pipe cleaner
the innermost depths of one's heart / (Buddhism) manas (the mind)
from the start / absolutely / entirely / simply
penis
air plant (Bryophyllum pinnatum) / to put down roots
Taiwan equivalent of 里根
to take root
real root (of a polynomial)
variant of 腳跟|脚跟
character root / word root / etymon
at the base / at the root / (of a leg) just below the crutch
stub
Schengen
Michigan, US state
Michigan, US state (Tw)
to trace sth back to its source / to get to the bottom of sth
to root out / to eliminate the roots / to cure once and for all
to return home (after a lifetime's absence) / to go back to one's roots
tuber of the kudzu vine (Pueraria lobata), used in Chinese medicine
branching root / rootlet
horseradish
money market / money
back of tongue / tongue root / dorsal
root tuber / tuberous root
Thuringia (state in Germany)
Bergen
a falling leaf returns to the roots (idiom); everything has its ancestral home / In old age, an expatriate longs to return home.
Heineken (Dutch brewing company) / see also 喜力
an incompletely cured illness / an old complaint / the root cause of trouble
Getting Home, 2007 PRC comedy-drama film directed by 張揚|张扬, starring 趙本山|赵本山
lit. a falling leaf returns to the roots (idiom) / fig. all things go back to their source eventually / in old age, an expatriate returns home
root of the trouble / cause of the ruin
square root
to gossip / to argue unnecessarily
foot of a wall
aerial root (botany)
hydroxide radical (-OH)
underlying cause of poverty
aerial root (botany)
radical of a compound word (in European language)
reed rhizome (used in TCM)
root of tooth
lifeblood / the thing that one cherishes most in life / (coll.) family jewels (male genitals)
uproot
fool / stupid
Morgan (name)
Groningen, province and city in the Netherlands
perennial root (botany)
indigo woad root / root of Isatis indigotica (used in TCM)
to cure completely
Francis Bacon (1561-1626), English Renaissance philosopher and early scientist
the root cause (of evil) / bane (Buddhism)
lit. to dig up the root / to get to the heart of (the matter)
surd (math.)
ipecac
An Jung-geun or Ahn Joong-keun (1879-1910), Korean independence activist, famous as assassin of Japanese prime minister ITŌ Hirobumi 伊藤博文 in 1909
Harlingen, the Netherlands
to eavesdrop / to listen in secret to sb's conversations
Francis Bacon (1561-1626), English Renaissance philosopher and early scientist
Erlangen (town in Bavaria)
acetyl radical CH3COO-
taproot (main root growing vertically down)
(math.) root of unity
Scheveningen, resort in Den Haag (The Hague), Netherlands
Jurgen (name)
to cut weeds and eliminate the roots (idiom); to destroy root and branch / to eliminate completely
lit. cut grass and pull out roots (idiom); fig. to destroy root and branch / to eradicate
Reagan (name) / Ronald Reagan (1911-2004), US president (1981-1989)
a double root of an equation
short-stem Ardisia (Ardisia brevicaulis)
cubic root (math)
conjugate surd (math.)
succulent root (botany)
fig. a tree may grow a thousand zhang high, but its leaves return to their roots (proverb) / fig. everything has its ancestral home / in old age, an expatriate returns home


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