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to be familiar with / to know well
practiced / proficient / skilled / skillful
mature / ripe / to mature / to ripen / Taiwan pr. [cheng2 shou2]
Changshu county level city in Suzhou 蘇州|苏州, Jiangsu
mature and sophisticated woman
  *熟* | 熟* | *熟
cooked (of food) / ripe (of fruit) / mature (of seeds) / familiar / skilled / done / also pr. [shou2]
Changshu county level city in Suzhou 蘇州|苏州, Jiangsu
acquaintance / friend
cooked food / prepared food / deli food
to boil thoroughly / to cook thoroughly
adept / skilled
familiar-looking / to seem familiar
to be well acquainted with
what's frequently heard can be repeated in detail (idiom)
to learn by heart / to memorize
frequent visitor
mature reflection / after careful deliberations
to read and re-read sth until one is familiar with it
completely ripe / ripened / well-cooked
skillful / proficient
worked material / chamotte (refractory ceramic material)
with familiarity you learn the trick (idiom); practice makes perfect
deli / delicatessen
to be well acquainted with / to know well
sexual maturity
to swindle associates, friends or relatives
the rice is cooked / what's done is done / it's too late to change anything now (idiom)
familiar / close
asleep / sleeping soundly
lit. to drive a lightweight chariot on a familiar road (idiom) / fig. to do sth routinely and with ease / a walk in the park
unripe / immature
well cooked / to know thoroughly
to promote ripening of fruit
lit. an easy drive on a familiar path (idiom); fig. experience makes progress easy / a task that is so familiar one can do it with one's hand tied behind one's back
skilled person / an experienced hand
to pay no attention to a familiar sight / to ignore
precocious / early-maturing
medium rare (of steak)
to look familiar / familiar-looking
familiar road / beaten track
lit. ripe as a melon that rolls from its vine (idiom); fig. to know fluently / to know sth inside out / to know sth by heart
cultivated land / in Chinese medicine, preparation from rhizome of Chinese foxglove (Rehmannia glutinosa)
when the melon is ripe, it falls (idiom); problems sort themselves out in the fullness of time
to understand profoundly / well-versed / skillful / practiced / to have the knack
to cure / to mature
to be proficient in
underripe / half-cooked / (fig.) not mastered (of a technique) / clumsy / halting
to know sth fluently / well-versed
to stir-fry ingredients that have been cooked or partially cooked
to be a stranger in a strange land (idiom) / in an unfamiliar place without friends or family
medium well (of steak)
cooked food (ready to eat)
to get familiar with
ripening in autumn (of crops)
wrought iron
instant noodles
thoroughly cooked / well done (of steak)
silk raw material (prepared by boiling in soap)
slaked lime / hydrated lime
to sound familiar / familiar-sounding
abbr. for 生米煮成熟飯|生米煮成熟饭, lit. the raw rice is now cooked (idiom); fig. it is done and can't be changed / It's too late to change anything now.
pasteurized beer
the cooked duck flew away (proverb) / (fig.) to let a sure thing slip through one's fingers
everything is unfamiliar
careful thought
familiar words / known Chinese character
abandoned land
meiosis (in sexual reproduction)
to know a lot of people
medium (of steak)
lit. the raw rice is now cooked (idiom); fig. it is done and can't be changed / It's too late to change anything now. / also written 生米煮成熟飯|生米煮成熟饭
plaster of Paris / calcined gypsum
familiar road / well-trodden path
uncommon meaning of a common word
unfamiliar at first, but well accustomed soon enough (idiom)
familiar with one another
quite familiar with sth
rare (of steak)
unfamiliar at first but you get used to it / strangers are first meeting, but soon friends / an acquired taste
familiar road / well-trodden path
sexual intimacy

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