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charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *为* | 为* | *为
as (in the capacity of) / to take sth as / to act as / to serve as / to behave as / to become / to be / to do / by (in the passive voice)
HSK 3
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *为* | 为* | *为
because of / for / to
HSK 3
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *为* | 为* | *为
variant of 為|为 / as (i.e. in the capacity of) / to take sth as / to act as / to serve as / to behave as / to become / to be / to do
HSK 3
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *为* | 为* | *为
variant of 為|为, because of / for / to
HSK 3
why? / for what reason?
HSK 2
in order to / for the purpose of / so as to
HSK 3
to serve as the norm / ...shall prevail (as standard for rules, regulations, price etc)
to rely mainly on / to attach most importance to
why
dialectal equivalent of 為什麼|为什么
for this reason / with regards to this / in this respect / in order to do this / to this end
used in the construction ...為例|以...为例, "to take ... as an example"
until / (used in combination with words like or in constructs of the form ...為止|到...为止)
to conduct oneself / behavior / conduct / personal character
for sb / for others' interest
to make it one's business / to take upon oneself to
Serve the People!, CCP political slogan
to attach most importance to
to feel embarrassed or awkward / to make things difficult (for someone) / to find things difficult (to do or manage)
HSK 6
(to be done) by (a certain date) / lasting (a certain time)
HSK 6
to do whatever one pleases
head / be headed by
to make a living
timewise / pertaining to time
(Internet slang) why?
for the sake of / for the purpose of
in order to / because of / for the sake of
to serve as a model for others (idiom) / to be a worthy teacher
to associate with / to keep company with
already too late
it is not too late (idiom)
the benevolent man cannot be rich (idiom, from Mencius). It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven (Matthew 19:24).
it is not too late (idiom)
to break the law and commit crimes (idiom); malefactor / evildoer / to perpetrate outrages
premature / too soon
to act as accomplice to the tiger / to help a villain do evil (idiom)
doing good deeds brings the greatest joy (idiom)
the rich man cannot be benevolent (idiom, from Mencius). It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven (Matthew 19:24).
to start on virtue but give up (idiom); to fail to carry things through / lack of sticking power / short attention span
to start on virtue but give up (idiom); to fail to carry things through / lack of sticking power / short attention span
the benevolent man cannot be rich and vice versa (idiom, from Mencius). It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven (Matthew 19:24).


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