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  *颐* | 颐* | *颐
cheek / lower cheek / chin / jaw / to nourish
Summer Palace in Beijing
to nourish / to nurture / to strengthen
lit. to nurture one's years (idiom) / fig. to enjoy one's later years
Zhou Dunyi (1017-1073), Song dynasty neo-Confucian scholar
lit. to order people by pointing the chin (idiom); to signal orders by facial gesture / arrogant and bossy
to order with the chin / to indicate what one wants by facial gesture
Cheng Yi (1033-1107), Song neo-Confucian scholar
to move the jaw / to munch / to masticate
to smile / to laugh
to chew on a large slab (idiom); a large mouthful is hard to chew / to tuck into a great meal
lit. to order people by pointing the chin (idiom); to signal orders by facial gesture / arrogant and bossy
variant of 夥頤|夥颐
to take care of one's spirit and keep fit (idiom)
(literary) very many / wow! (an exclamation of surprise and admiration)
to gorge oneself / to eat heartily (idiom)


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