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to put to use / to apply / practical / applied (science, linguistics etc) / application / practical use / (computing) app
to use / to employ / to apply / to make use of
practical / functional / pragmatic / applied (science)
to adopt / to employ / to use
to be applicable
  *用* | 用* | *用
to use / to employ / to have to / to eat or drink / expense or outlay / usefulness / hence / therefore
to trust / credit (commerce) / trustworthiness / creditworthiness
to try something out / on probation
home-use / domestic / family expenses / housekeeping money
to exploit / to make use of / to use / to take advantage of / to utilize
common (use) / interchangeable
in common usage
to act on / to affect / action / function / activity / impact / result / effect / purpose / intent / to play a role / corresponds to English -ity, -ism, -ization / CL: 個|个
useful / serviceable / effective / handy / easy to use
to start using / (computing) to enable (a feature)
cost / expenditure / expense / CL: 筆|笔, 個|个
to prohibit the use of sth / prohibition on use
special / dedicated
to use / to put to use
public / for public use
to transfer (for a specific purpose) / to allocate / (computing) to invoke (a command, an application etc)
daily expenses / of everyday use
to hire (an employee) / to accept (a manuscript) for publication
(for) civilian use
to employ / to hire
food product / to use as food / edible
to choose for some purpose / to select and use
to quote / to cite / to recommend / to appoint / (computing) reference
to occupy
reserve / spare / alternate / backup
(for) military use / military application
drink / drinking or drinkable (water)
to misuse / to abuse
practical application
to stop using / to suspend / to discontinue / to disable
medicinal use / pharmaceutical
network application
to shift (funds) / to (legitimately) take funds set aside for one purpose in order to use them for another / to embezzle / to misappropriate
to falsely use (sb's identity etc)
to continue to use (old methods) / to apply as before / according to usage
multipurpose / having several uses
commons / public use
to copy a set pattern mechanically / to crib
to use habitually / habitual / customary
to take (medicine)
to embezzle / to defraud / to use illegitimately / to misappropriate
to enjoy (i.e. have the use or benefit of)
to be good at using (sth) / to put (sth) to good use
efficacious / useful
low cost
to lease / to hire / to rent (sth from sb)
to have an effect / to play a role / to be operative / to work / to function
to utilize / to put sth to use
to interact / interaction / interplay
to put in an important position
to change over to / to switch to / to use (sth different)
business application
to reuse
to appoint / to assign
useless / worthless
to borrow sth for another use / to borrow an idea for one's own use
to keep one's word / trustworthy
to reuse
usefulness / effectiveness / (economics) utility
to share / to use in common / suitable / fit for purpose / useable
to need sth urgently / urgently required
to exchange for (sth of equal value or utility) / to use in lieu / to redeem (a coupon etc) / to use to offset (an amount owed etc)
to promote / to reinstate (in a position or job)
to use (sth) on its own
to study sth to apply it / study for practical applications
to enjoy / to reap the benefits (of sth)
comfortable / feeling well
to put sb in powerful position / to empower
effective / to have impact
to expropriate / to commandeer
to use sth to the full / to make the best use of everything
synergy / cooperative interaction
to continue using / use together with sth / use next
to employ / to hire
to adapt for use for another purpose
client application
unfit for anything / no good / useless / (of a sick person) beyond hope
to stop using / to abandon / abandoned / deprecated
to apply (knowledge etc) creatively and flexibly / to use a word flexibly (e.g. a noun as an adjective)
recycle / to use in cyclic order
to misuse
to do two things at once (idiom) / to multitask / to divide one's attention
incidental expenses / sundries / pocket money
using a talented person in an insignificant position (idiom) / a sledgehammer to crack a nut
to implement / to use
reflex / reflection

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