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Pīnyīn
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to shift / to divert or distract (attention etc) / to change / to transform / metastasis (medicine) / to evacuate (people)
HSK 6
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  *移* | 移* | *移
to move / to shift / to change / to alter / to remove
unswerving / unflinching
to drift
to migrate / to move
to move (house) / to relocate / removals
translation (geometry)
to drift
displacement (vector)
steadfast / inalienable
migration (geology)
(of time) to elapse or pass / (of a situation) to develop or evolve
red shift (astronomy)
blue shift (astronomy)
to wander / to shift around / to waver / to vacillate
teleportation
to tow / (computing) to drag
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
displacement / deviation / offset
intangible changes / unnoticed transformation / changes behind the scenes
(sediment) transport
not shaken by poverty / to preserve one's ambitions although destitute
metastasis
continental drift
mass transfer (in LED panel manufacturing)
network migration
established and irrefutable (idiom)
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)
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?
to slip / to drift
rivers and mountains are easy to change, man's character much harder


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