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  *钱* | 钱* | *钱
coin / money / CL: 筆|笔 / unit of weight, one tenth of a tael 兩|两
change (of money) / small change / pocket money
capital / (fig.) asset / advantage / the means (to do sth)
money given to children as new year present
  *钱* | 钱* | *钱
surname Qian
to earn money / moneymaking
purse / wallet
well-off / wealthy
to save money
money / currency
to spend money
to make money
cent / penny
to borrow money / to lend money
valuable / costly / expensive
to charge / to demand payment
Qiantang River that loops around Hangzhou 杭州 in Zhejiang Province 浙江省
rich person / the rich
to pay
to pay money
copper coin (round with a square hole in the middle, used in former times in China)
variant of 佣錢|佣钱
wealth / money
to pay up / to shell out / to hand over the money to cover sth
large sum of money / old Chinese type of coin of high denomination
to deposit money / to save money
pocket money / allowance
shortage of money
to lose money / to pay for damages
a legendary tree that sheds coins when shaken / a source of easy money (idiom)
of little value
to burn joss paper / (fig.) to flush money down the toilet
to earn a fortune
to pay / to spend money / to fork out
to refund money
to launder money
wasted money / pointless expense
to withdraw money
to make money by selling sth
old-style money shop (a type of private bank that first appeared in the Ming dynasty, flourished in the Qing, and was phased out after 1949) / (in recent times) informal financial company, often operating at the edges of what is legal
to collect money from sb / to give money to sb
Qian Xuesen (1911-2009), Chinese scientist and aeronautical engineer
Qiantang River that loops around Hangzhou 杭州 in Zhejiang Province 浙江省
piggy bank / coin bank / money box
(coll.) (neologism c. 2006) to raise money then misappropriate it
salary / wages
secret purse / secret stash of money
wallet / Taiwan pr. [qian2 jia2]
lit. to dredge for money / to make money by reprehensible means / to fish for a quick buck
to gamble
to give change
to spend money recklessly / to squander
land tax / money and grain (given as tax or tribute)
to get money / to accumulate money
to raise money
ritual money made of paper burnt for the Gods or the dead
Chinese unit of weight equivalent to 5 grams
Qian Zhongshu (1910-1998), literary academic and novelist, author of the 1947 novel Fortress Beseiged 圍城|围城
pocket money / allowance / spending money
hot money, money flowing from one currency to another in the hope of quick profit
money laundering
money and things of value
money is omnipotent (idiom) / with money, you can do anything / money talks
dirty money
gift money (on the occasion of a wedding etc)
silver money (in former times)
to change money / to sell
to raise enough money to do sth / to pool money / to club together (to do sth)
tip / gratuity / monetary reward / bonus
lit. the body is the revolution's capital / fig. good health is a prerequisite for work (Mao Zedong's saying)
to fine
rich and powerful (idiom)
donations to a temple
to open one's eyes wide at the sight of profit (idiom); thinking of nothing but personal gain / money-grubbing
Qian Qi (c. 710-780), Tang Dynasty poet
charges for a room / house rental
to be in a position to (take on a challenge, etc)
to squander money / to spend extravagantly
to have money and time / to be part of the leisure class / the idle rich
lit. one hand exchanges the cash, the other the goods (idiom) / fig. to pay for what you want in cash / simple and direct transaction
foreign money / flat silver (former coinage) / also written 銀元|银元
tidal bore of Qiantang river
much capital, good business (idiom); fig. good trading conditions
high quality at bargain price
to have money left / remaining money
erhua variant of 錢串|钱串
Roger Yonchien Tsien (1952-), US Chinese chemist and 2008 Nobel laureate
surplus money
not worth a penny / utterly worthless
inflation / salary raise
variant of 稱錢|称钱
money extorted as a right of passage / illegal toll / (old) paper money thrown along the way of a funeral procession
joss paper made to resemble paper money
copper coin of the Ming and Qing Dynasties
fare / transport costs

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