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HSK
to continue / to proceed with / to go on with
HSK 4
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  *继* | 继* | *继
to continue / to follow after / to go on with / to succeed / to inherit / then / afterwards
to inherit / to succeed to (the throne etc) / to carry on (a tradition etc)
HSK 6
in succession / following closely
relay (electronics)
to relay / to repeat
then / afterwards
heir / successor
to succeed sb in a job / successor
successor
right of inheritance
repeater
to succeed to the throne
successor
adoption (e.g. of a nephew as a son) / to inherit
to follow the past and herald the future (idiom); part of a historical transition / forming a bridge between earlier and later stages
stepmother
stepfather
step-parents
Qi Jiguang (1528-1588), military leader
stepchildren / adopted children
one falls, the next follows (idiom); stepping into the breach to replace fallen comrades / advancing wave upon wave
to advance dauntlessly in wave upon wave (idiom)
night and day (idiom); continuous strenuous effort
stepdaughter / CL: 個|个,
to have qualified successors to carry on one's undertaking
stepson
stepfamily / (old) stepmother / to marry
relay station
(literary) to carry on / to inherit / to succeed
to adopt / to give for adoption (usually to a childless relative)
to follow in the steps of one's predecessor
frame relay
to follow in the steps of
later / afterwards
to have no qualified successors to carry on one's undertaking
second wife (of a widower)
Sun Jihai (1977-), Chinese footballer, played for Manchester City (2002-2008)
to take up sb's mantle / to follow in sb's steps
inheritress
metadata
to become adopted as heir
to continue / to continue a family line / posterity / heir
to succeed on the throne
Xu Jiyu (1795-1873), Chinese geographer
lit. to restore the state and revive old families (idiom) / fig. to restore sth that has been destroyed or forgotten
second wife (of a widower)
frame relay (telecommunications)
to burn the midnight oil (idiom); to work continuously night and day
multiport repeater


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