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HSK
to treasure / to value / to cherish
HSK 5
pearl / CL: 顆|颗
HSK 6
precious
HSK 6
rare / precious and uncommon
HSK 6
collection / to collect (valuables)
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  *珍* | 珍* | *珍
precious thing / treasure / culinary delicacy / rare / valuable / to value highly
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  *珍* | 珍* | *珍
variant of
to cherish
to place great importance on / to treasure
extremely precious / valuable
pearl milk tea / tapioca milk tea / bubble milk tea
Li Shizhen (1518-1593), Ming botanist and pharmacologist, author of Compendium of Medical Herbs 本草綱目|本草纲目
a rare treasure / sth priceless and unique
Virgin (company)
pocket-sized / pocket (book etc)
Pearl Harbor (Hawaii)
perlite
a treasure
valuable object / curio
lit. as if enumerating one's family valuables (idiom) / fig. to be very familiar with a matter
rare treasure (idiom)
delicacy / dainties / rare foodstuff
Pearl of Great Price (Mormonism)
Gong Zizhen (1792-1841), Chinese man of letters, calligrapher and poet
eight-treasure decoction, tonic formula used in Chinese medicine
exotic delicacies / luxury foodstuff from distant locations
He Zizhen (1910-1984), Mao Zedong's third wife
rare / precious and odd
rare / strange
precious / extremely valuable / (honorific) Please take good care of yourself!
to value the broom as one's own (idiom); to attach value to sth because it is one's own / a sentimental attachment
abbr. for pearl milk tea 珍珠奶茶
Vientiane, capital of Laos (Tw)
Pearl S. Buck (1892-1973), American writer known for her novels on Asian cultures, Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize laureate
cabbage, rice and tofu soup
cendol, Southeast Asian iced sweet dessert
delicacy and fine taste (idiom); a wonderful treat
pocket stereo / walkman
oddity / news tidbits / strange and interesting item
chicken gizzard (cuisine)
a delicacy (food)
little person / midget / dwarf
delicacy and fine taste (idiom); a wonderful treat
Jane Austen (1775-1817), English novelist / also written 簡·奧斯汀|简·奥斯汀
rarities from the mountain and the sea (idiom); fig. a sumptuous spread of food delicacies
take good care of yourself! (idiom)
Ni Guizhen or Ni Kwei-Tseng (1869 - 1931), mother of Song Ailing 宋藹齡|宋蔼龄, Song Qingling 宋慶齡|宋庆龄 and Song Meiling 宋美齡|宋美龄
rare animals and birds
pocket book / paperback
Virginia (US state) (Hong Kong, Macau)
pearl oyster (genus Pinctada)
pocket dictionary
Li Ruzhen (c. 1763-c. 1830), Qing novelist and phonologist, author of fantasy novel Jinghua Yuan 鏡花緣|镜花缘 or Flowers in the Mirror
mother-of-pearl (used in ornamentation and in TCM)
variant of 珍饈|珍馐, delicacy / dainties / rare foodstuff


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