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  *死* | 死* | *死
to die / impassable / uncrossable / inflexible / rigid / extremely / damned
life or death
to kill
Damn it! / damned / wretched
to infuriate / to be furious / to die from an excess of anger
jammed / stuck / frozen (computer)
to starve to death / to be very hungry
blockage / obstruction / infarction
to court disaster / also pr. [zuo1 si3]
go to hell! / drop dead!
to kill / to put to death
to court death / taking risks
sudden death (in medicine, sporting competitions etc)
facing death / at death's door
to die tragically / to meet with a violent death
myocardial infarction / heart attack
to freeze to death / to die off in winter
to checkmate (in chess) / to be about to die
to hound sb to death
to go all out for sth at risk of one's life
cerebral infarction
to drown
suspended animation / feigned death / to play dead
full to the point of bursting / (coll.) at most
an execution / to put sb to death
to burn to death
to kill with an explosion
to throttle / to choke to death
to throw away one's life
to kill / to cause death / to do sb to death
to pledge one's life
nearing death / on the point of demise / approaching extinction
to behead / capital punishment / desperate struggle / life-and-death
to fall to one's death
to hack to death / to kill with an ax
death by hanging / to hang oneself
to block (a road) / to plug (a hole) / to stop up
to stab to death
Geez! / Shoot! / No way!
bravery with no thought of personal safety (idiom); risking life and limb / undaunted by perils
to crush to death
to strangle
to crush to death
(of a ruler) to order sb to commit suicide
karoshi (loanword from Japanese), death from overwork
to nail securely / to execute by means of impalement / to crucify
from the cradle to the grave (idiom); to go through fire and water / brave / willing to risk life and limb
as if drunk or entranced (idiom); leading a befuddled existence / in a drunken stupor
to really hurt
to attempt suicide / to court death
greedy for life, afraid of death (idiom); craven and cowardly / clinging abjectly to life / only interested in saving one's neck
to just escape from calamity
to say definitely / to commit (to a proposition)
to die by violence
to beat to death
to fall ill and die / to die of illness
(neologism c. 2020) (slang) to die of embarrassment (figuratively)
(lit.) to wither in the light of day / (fig.) the bubble bursts as the reality becomes apparent (esp. of a much-anticipated first meeting with sb) / (of stocks) just as the favorable news is officially published, the stock price falls
to hard code (computing)
to feign death / to fake death
"he failed to complete his quest before death" (line from the poem "The Premier of Shu" 蜀相 by Du Fu 杜甫)
to electrocute / to die from an electric shock
to knock down and kill sb with a car / to run over sb / to run sb down
to suffer an unjust death
to hang (i.e. execute by hanging) / to strangle
half dead (of torment, hunger, tiredness etc) / (tired) to death / (terrified) out of one's wits / (beaten) to within an inch of one's life / (knock) the daylights out of sb
to brave death
rigid / unwavering / unbendable / firm (hold on sth) / tenacious
completely / utterly (dialect)
to deal a single fatal blow / (fig.) to totally repudiate sb because of a minor error
lit. to be born, to grow old, to get sick and to die / fig. the fate of humankind (i.e. mortality)
to wish one were dead (idiom) / (fig.) to be in seventh heaven
to meet death
to die in tragic circumstances
to drown
sudden death (play-off in sporting competition)
to execute by hanging / to hang oneself
lit. not to stop until one reaches the Yellow River (idiom) / fig. to persevere until one reaches one's goal / to keep going while some hope is left
give me liberty or give me death
to risk one's life
to strangle / to throttle / to stifle (opinions)
Decis (insecticide brand)
to die in a foreign land / to die abroad
serves you right for doing sth so stupid (Internet slang)
nothing sadder than a withered heart (idiom attributed to Confucius by Zhuangzi 莊子|庄子) / no greater sorrow than a heart that never rejoices / the worst sorrow is not as bad as an uncaring heart / nothing is more wretched than apathy
don't insist on only taking one road to Rome (idiom) / there's more than one way to skin a cat
to put to death
anemic necrosis
to kill / to beat to death
to be looked after in life and given a proper burial thereafter (idiom)
to die in violence
to stone to death
cannot avoid being killed / cannot escape death / to be mortal
to grieve to death / to die of a broken-heart
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