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to satisfy / to meet (the needs of) / satisfied / content
insufficient / lacking / deficiency / not enough / inadequate / not worth / cannot / should not
ample / complete / hundred percent / a pure shade (of some color)
adequate / sufficient / abundant
lit. draw legs on a snake (idiom); fig. to ruin the effect by adding sth superfluous / to overdo it
to stand / to have a footing / to be established / to base oneself on
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foot / to be sufficient / ample
national soccer team
to set foot in / to step into / to become involved for the first time
to stop (walking) / to halt
to bring up to full strength / to make up a deficiency / to fill (a vacancy, gap etc)
remarkable (progress, improvement, expansion etc)
feet and legs in silk stockings (especially in the massage context)
abbr. for 男子足球 men's soccer / abbr. for 男子足球隊|男子足球队 men's soccer team
rich / plentiful
perfectly contented (idiom) / perfectly satisfied
self-sufficiency / autarchy
to lose one's footing / to slip / to take a wrong step in life
excursion / hike / march
hands and feet / (fig.) brothers / retinue, henchmen, accomplices
content with one's situation / to know contentment (hence happiness)
one's every movement (idiom) / comportment / gestures
to squeeze in / to step in / to take part / to step between (two persons in a relationship)
everything is fine except for one small defect (idiom); the fly in the ointment
to be full (after eating)
Dazu suburban county in Chongqing municipality, formerly in Sichuan
to enter (a new market etc)
sexual gratification
by no means an isolated case / numerous
to beat one's chest and stamp one's feet (idiom)
lit. to assess the head and discuss the feet (idiom); minute criticism of a woman's appearance / fig. to find fault in minor details / to remark upon a person's appearance / nitpicking / overcritical / judgmental
congenital deficiency / inherent weakness
as close as one's hands and feet (idiom); loving one another as brothers / deep friendship / closely attached to one another
avaricious and insatiable (idiom); greedy and never satisfied
stamp (one's feet)
centipede / millipede
to scrape together enough (people, money etc)
lit. each household provided for, enough for the individual (idiom); comfortably off
lit. the three legs of a tripod / fig. three competing rivals
to learn is to know one's ignorance (the Book of Rites 禮記|礼记)
full / complete / all of
abundant / plenty
honorific: Your distinguished disciple / Your most brilliant pupil
lit. to assess the head and discuss the feet (idiom); minute criticism of a woman's appearance / fig. to find fault in minor details / nitpicking / overcritical
barefoot / barefooted
bound feet
every little move / every single movement
both feet / two-legged
World Cup (soccer) (Tw)
lit. on tiptoes / to look forward eagerly / to long for
self-sufficient / satisfied with oneself
The will is there, but not the strength (idiom, from Confucian Analects). / I really want to do it, but don't have the resources. / The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.
ambulatory leg (of a crab, lobster, spider etc)
the will is there, but not the strength (idiom) / the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak
as close as brothers (idiom); deep friendship
to walk on tiptoe / to step on sb's foot / to join (a trade, profession etc) / to associate with (a certain group of people)
to stamp one's foot (in anger)
with callouses on hands and feet (idiom) / to work one's fingers to the bone
fully / no less than / as much as / extremely
lit. each household provided for, enough for the individual (idiom); comfortably off
elite soldiers, ample provisions (idiom); well-prepared forces / preparations for war are in an advanced state
to wash one's feet
to make idle remarks about a woman's appearance (idiom)
to regard sb as a brother (idiom)
to set foot on (a foreign land etc) / to tread / (fig.) to enter (a new sphere)
lit. legs on a snake / sth superfluous
high-arched feet
one talented person is enough for the job (idiom)
to stamp the feet (formal writing)
lack of sleep / sleep deficit
feet with calluses / fig. a long and hard march
to forbid sb to go out / to confine to one location (e.g. student, soldier, prisoner, monk etc) / to ground (as disciplinary measure) / to gate / to curfew / restriction on movement / ban on visiting a place / out of bounds / off limits / caveat
(coll.) to look every bit the big star
gastropod (class of mollusks including snails)
matted hair and bare feet / unkempt
too frightened to move or speak

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