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to shift; to relocate; to transfer / (fig.) to shift (attention); to change (the subject etc) / (medicine) to metastasize
  *移* | 移* | *移
to move / to shift / to change / to alter / to remove
displacement (vector)
to migrate / to move
it is easier to change mountains and rivers than to alter one's character (idiom) / you can't change who you are / Can the leopard change his spots?
unswerving / unflinching
translation (geometry)
to drift
displacement / deviation / offset
to drift
It is hard to change one's essential nature (idiom). You can't change who you are. / Can the leopard change his spots? (Jeremiah 13:23)
to wander / to shift around / to waver / to vacillate
lit. the Big Dipper 北斗星 has turned and the stars have moved / time flies / also written 星移斗轉|星移斗转
to move (house) / to relocate / removals
to slip / to drift
(of time) to elapse or pass / (of a situation) to develop or evolve
to tow / (computing) to drag
migration (geology)
(sediment) transport
steadfast / inalienable
red shift (astronomy)
blue shift (astronomy)
continental drift
mass transfer (in LED panel manufacturing)
(medicine) metastasis
rivers and mountains are easy to change, man's character much harder
intangible changes / unnoticed transformation / changes behind the scenes
established and irrefutable (idiom)
network migration
not shaken by poverty / to preserve one's ambitions although destitute

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