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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 a gift on Chinese New Year's Eve
money / currency
  *钱* | 钱* | *钱
surname Qian
to earn money / moneymaking
large sum of money / old Chinese type of coin of high denomination
to save money
to spend money
copper coin (round with a square hole in the middle, used in former times in China)
to make money
to make money by selling sth
lit. to dredge for money / to make money by reprehensible means / to fish for a quick buck
to borrow money; to lend money
to pay
valuable / costly / expensive
to pay up / to shell out / to hand over the money to cover sth
variant of 佣錢|佣钱
to pay / to spend money / to fork out
to launder money
to deposit money / to save money
to withdraw money
to burn joss paper / (fig.) to flush money down the toilet
to lose money / to pay for damages
to pay money
to collect money from sb / to give money to sb
(coll.) (neologism c. 2006) to raise money then misappropriate it
salary / wages
to refund money
to gamble
dirty money
silver money (in former times)
to change money / to sell
lit. the body is the revolution's capital / fig. good health is a prerequisite for work (Mao Zedong's saying)
ritual money made of paper burnt for the Gods or the dead
hot money, money flowing from one currency to another in the hope of quick profit
foreign money / flat silver (former coinage) / also written 銀元|银元
surplus money
joss paper made to resemble paper money
fare / transport costs
monthly payment
tip / gratuity / monetary reward / bonus
interest (on a loan etc)
tip / gratuity / money for tea
tip given on a happy occasion (traditional)
usury / high interest loan (in former times)
rent / same as 租金
to be penniless
(coll.) to grab money / to rake in money
security deposit / earnest money (real estate) / good-faith deposit
shortage of money
to collect money / to raise funds (for charity)
payment to a porter
commission / brokerage
to get money / to accumulate money
to fine
money spent in vain / wasted money
to spend big (on sth) / to pour a lot of money into sth
to raise money
to raise enough money to do sth / to pool money / to club together (to do sth)
to have money left / remaining money
(dialect) to make money
two bits / a small amount of money
inflation / salary raise
variant of 稱錢|称钱
to bear part of the cost
to pay extra; to pay more
to earn a fortune
pocket money / allowance
of little value
to spend money recklessly / to squander
gift money (on the occasion of a wedding etc)
wasted money / pointless expense
cent / penny
copper coin of the Ming and Qing Dynasties
payment to a porter
coin minted in the reign of Emperor Ling of Han 漢靈帝|汉灵帝, with a square hole in the middle and four lines radiating out from each corner of the square (hence the name 四出文)
liverwort (Marchantia polymorpha)
Chinese unit of weight equivalent to 5 grams
room charge in a hotel / accommodation expenses
quick buck
charges for a room / house rental
to give change
a loss / to lose money
small sum of money / loose change / Cantonese equivalent of 零錢|零钱
to scatter money / to give to charity
round coin with a square hole in the middle, used in former times in China
to be in a position to (take on a challenge, etc)
well-off / wealthy
money laundering
to squander money / to spend extravagantly
secret purse / secret stash of money
(coll.) rich / well-heeled
(coll.) to gamble

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