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  *白* | 白* | *白
white / snowy / pure / bright / empty / blank / plain / clear / to make clear / in vain / gratuitous / free of charge / reactionary / anti-communist / funeral / to stare coldly / to write wrong character / to state / to explain / vernacular / spoken lines in opera
clear / obvious / unequivocal / to understand / to realize
blank space
pale / wan
honest / forthcoming / to confess
  *白* | 白* | *白
surname Bai
black and white / right and wrong / monochrome
to explain oneself / to express / to reveal one's thoughts or feelings / declaration / confession
(slang) novice / greenhorn / fool / idiot / abbr. for 小白臉|小白脸, pretty boy
to be revealed / to come out (of the truth) / chalk (for whitening walls) / (old) wine cup
egg white / protein / albumen
Changbai Korean autonomous county in Baishan 白山, Jilin
spotlessly white / pure white
to announce publicly / to explain oneself / to reveal one's feelings / to confess / to declare one's love
dialogue (in a movie or a play)
Elizabeth (person name)
pure white
Li Bai (701-762), famous Tang Dynasty poet
aside (theater) / voice-over / background narration
snow white
pure / innocent
grizzled (hair)
to make sth clean and white / (fig.) to whitewash / to launder money
prologue of play / opening remarks / preamble (of speeches, articles etc)
in vain / to no purpose / for nothing / white
Dianbai county in Maoming 茂名, Guangdong
Taibai County in Baoji 寶雞|宝鸡, Shaanxi / Venus
the whole truth is revealed (idiom); everything becomes clear
spoken lines in opera
fibrous protein
frank / open / blunt
milky white / cream color
colored / ash-colored
stage monologue / soliloquy
to bleach / to whiten
to turn pale / to lose color / to go white
confession / to make clear one's position or intentions / to brag
for no reason / gratuitously
lit. to invert black and white (idiom); to distort the truth deliberately / to misrepresent the facts / to invert right and wrong
Bobai county in Yulin 玉林, Guangxi
to figure out how to do something
silver white
Manchurian wild rice , aka water bamboo, or its edible stem, which resembles a bamboo shoot
variant of 顯擺|显摆
black-or-white (e.g. good or bad, with no middle ground)
white of the eye
to rebuke / to reprimand
to offer an explanation / to plead innocence / to try to defend oneself
deathly white
to answer
not distinguishing red-green or black-white (idiom) / not to distinguish between right and wrong
(dialect) cabbage
Qu Qiubai (1899-1935), politician, Soviet expert of the Chinese communists at time of Soviet influence, publisher and Russian translator, captured and executed by Guomindang at the time of the Long March
grizzled / graying
to inform / to notify
Macbeth (name) / Macbeth, 1606 tragedy by William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚
open and candid (idiom); not hiding anything / ingenuous / openhearted / unselfish / magnanimous / broad-minded
to fill a gap (e.g. a gap in knowledge or blank space in a print layout) / to make some additional remarks / filler (in a newspaper or magazine)
perfectly clean / blameless / unimpeachable (idiom)
obscure / dubious / shady
impoverished / backward both economically and culturally
variant of 斑白
deathly pale
the rights and wrongs of a matter (idiom)
to enumerate what is black and yellow (idiom); to criticize sb behind his back to incite quarrels / also written 數黑論黃|数黑论黄
white (paint from dried fish guts) / marble white color of the dawn sky
simple / easy to understand
keratin (protein forming nails and feathers etc)
snow-white / spotless
to be suffused with white / to be discolored / to blanch
to reveal one's valuables inadvertently / to betray one's silver (money) when traveling
Qingbaijiang district of Chengdu city 成都市, Sichuan
pale / pallor
creamy white / ivory color
Yu Tianbai (1937-), novelist
to whiten (the skin or teeth)
to explain oneself
not distinguishing red-green or black-white (idiom) / not to distinguish between right and wrong
form of rhymed baihua 白話|白话 in Beijing opera
reverse type (white on black) / reversed-out (graphics) / highlighting (of selected text on a computer screen)
pure white / spotlessly white
not distinguishing black or white (idiom); not to distinguish between right and wrong
to confuse black and white / to say that black is white / fig. not to distinguish right from wrong
to answer
to propose / to suggest / to state a view
Ka'aba, sacred building in Mecca
casein (milk protein)
Song Bai (936-1012), Northern Song literary man
to leave a message / to leave some empty space in a work of art / to leave idle moments (in one's life, a theater play etc)
bright white
narrator / spoken parts in an opera

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