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Pīnyīn
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property / assets / estate / CL: 筆|笔
HSK 5
to produce / to manufacture / to give birth to a child
HSK 5
property / assets
HSK 6
heritage / legacy / inheritance / bequest / CL: 筆|笔
HSK 6
minerals
HSK 6
to produce in abundance / to be rich in
HSK 6
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  *產* | 產* | *產
to give birth / to reproduce / to produce / product / resource / estate / property
real estate
estate
real estate / the property market (e.g. houses)
real estate / immovable property / immovables
domestically produced
to mass-produce
special local product / (regional) specialty
to go bankrupt / to become impoverished / bankruptcy
agriculture products / farm produce
to stop production
aquatic / produced in sea, rivers or lakes
Nissan, Japanese car make / also transliterated 尼桑
to manufacture in bulk / mass production
marine / produced in sea
family property
fixed assets
staple / name-brand product
to put into production / to put into operation
cultural heritage
to produce (by natural growth, or by manufacture, mining etc) / to yield / to turn out / produce / products
Cesarean section
to have a miscarriage / miscarriage / to fail / to fall through
made in China / home-grown (talent)
to mass produce
middle class / bourgeois
stillbirth
to increase production
to produce less / to reduce output / lower yield
original production / native to (of species)
intellectual property (Tw)
pregnancy and childbirth / obstetrics and gynecology
difficult birth / (fig.) difficult to achieve
movable property / personal property
products / produce / natural resources
(of an expectant mother) to be in labor
communist (adjective) / communism / to collectivize ownership of property
(UNESCO) World Cultural Heritage
(UNESCO) Intangible Cultural Heritage
annual production
produced locally / local product (with distinctive native features)
prolific / fertile / high yield
Zi Chan (?-522 BC), statesman and philosopher during the Spring and Autumn period
to induce labor (childbirth)
to miscarry / a miscarriage / an abortion
to give birth without complications / easy childbirth / safe delivery / natural birth (without surgical operation)
high yield / bumper crop
estate / lands
to help a mother give birth
premature birth / premature labor
local specialty
to be present during childbirth
current asset
to transfer (from production to other duties) / to take leave (for study or other job) / to dispose of property / to transfer assets (to avoid liability)
Cesarean section
not to do anything productive / to idle away one's time
to lose a family fortune (idiom)
to face childbirth / about to give birth / refers esp. to the onset of regular contractions
to change production / to move over to new products
abortion
high yielding
to declare bankruptcy
public property
heritage / historical legacy
to reproduce / reproduction
perinatal
low yield
yield per unit area
to induce labor / to expedite childbirth
crop failure / property left with no-one to inherit / sterilization
co-production / cooperative production
shortfall in production
meager estate / small means
to expand production / to reproduce on an extended scale
to make a production contract
to exceed a production goal
small-scale production
to sell one's estate
to assess / to estimate (value of property, yield of harvest etc)
partly released from productive labor / partly released from one's regular work
traitor's property / breech delivery
heavy water production


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