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to go forward / to advance / to go in / to enter / to put in / to submit / to take in / to admit / (math.) base of a number system / classifier for sections in a building or residential compound
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to promote (an idea or cause) / to advance / boost
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to improve / to make better / CL: 個|个
HSK 5
advanced (technology) / to advance
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to make progress / to do better / fig. ambitious to improve oneself / to move forwards
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to impel / to carry forward / to push on / to advance / to drive forward
to enter
to recommend / to introduce (from outside)
to go forward / to forge ahead / to advance / onward
to put into
Wujin district of Changzhou city 常州市, Jiangsu
radical / extreme / extremist
to step in / to stride forward / to forge ahead
to follow / to follow up
to breach / to invade
less advanced / underdeveloped / lagging behind / the younger generation / the less experienced ones
to advance bravely / to endeavor
to advance together
to leap forward / to make rapid progress / a leap forward
to promote / to enhance / to further / to advance (a cause etc)
abreast of modern developments / to keep up with the times / progressive / timely
gradual progress / to go forward one stage at a time
to burst in
to purchase / to buy in (goods)
to set foot in / to tread (in or on) / to walk into
evolution / gradual forward progress
hyperfunction (medical)
in sequence, step by step (idiom); to make steady progress incrementally
fast-forward (media player)
"please come in"
to insert / to stick in / to plug in (an electronic device)
solid progress
to advance / forward motion
to get into / to dig into (studies, job etc) / to squeeze into
binary (math.)
progress step by step / gradual progress / to move forward (slowly)
progress / to advance
to make progress while ensuring stability
to rush in / to charge in
to gain entry by passing an exam / to be admitted to (a college etc)
Great Leap Forward (1958-1960), Mao's attempt to modernize China's economy, which resulted in economic devastation, and millions of deaths from famine caused by misguided policies
to go forward together (idiom); to undertake simultaneous tasks / going hand in hand
to forge ahead vigorously / to dedicate oneself to progress
to spill / to overflow (of water, crowds) / to crowd (into a space)
progressive (taxation etc)
to advance by leaps and bounds
to storm (a city etc) / to raid
to plunge into / to jump into
to break into / to force one's way into / to barge into
to add / to mix in / to incorporate
to make progress / progress
to fall into / to dip below a certain level
to drag in
to infiltrate / to sneak into
to advance singing loudly (idiom); triumphant progress
embedded / embedding
to plunge into / to run headlong into
to inhale / to breathe in
hyperthyroidism / abbr. to 甲亢
decimal / calculations to base 10
not improving / backward / below par
concave / recessed / dented
every day sees new developments (idiom) / to make constant progress
to sneak in / to infiltrate
to advance prematurely
antigen (medicine)
to advance boldly / to push ahead vigorously
to crawl forward
to advance / to rush forward
to get through by luck / to be promoted by a fluke
uneven / in disorder / everything sticking out
nuclear propulsion
wriggle
jet propulsion


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