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taxi / (Tw) rental car
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to go out / to come out / to occur / to produce / to go beyond / to rise / to put forth / to happen / (used after a verb to indicate an outward direction or a positive result) / classifier for dramas, plays, operas etc
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variant of (classifier for plays or chapters of classical novels)
to appear / to arise / to emerge / to show up
to set off / to start (on a journey)
to be born
to show / to take out and show to others / to display
to publish
to attend / to participate / present
remarkable; outstanding
an exit / CL: 個|个 / to speak / to export / (of a ship) to leave port
a way out (lit. and fig.) / opportunity for advancement / a way forward / outlet (for one's products)
to offer for sale / to sell / to sell out or betray
future prospects / profit / to mature / to grow up
to be born of / to come from / family background / class origin
to come out / to appear / to arise
(after a verb, indicates coming out, completion of an action, or ability to discern or detect)
to make a move (in martial arts or figuratively)
to produce an item / output / items that are produced
to go on an official or business trip
to come and go / to roam about (mostly unseen) / (of a ghost) to haunt (a place) / (of a criminal) to stalk (the streets) / (of the sun) to rise and set
to go on a tour / to have an outing
to sell / to offer for sale / to put on the market
to go out somewhere (relatively short trip) / to set off on a journey (longer trip)
to appear (in a show etc) / an appearance (on stage etc)
(military) to go off to war / (sports) to compete
to exert oneself
to rent
to get out of a predicament / to stick out / to take the initiative / remaining odd fraction after a division / a little more than
to bleed; bleeding / (fig.) to spend money in large amounts
publishing house
to go out
to dispose of / to spend (money) / to undertake a task
source (esp. of quotation or literary allusion) / origin / where sth comes from
to go abroad; to leave the country
cashier / to receive and hand over payment / to lend and borrow books
to officially launch (a policy, program etc) / to appear on stage / to appear publicly / (of a bar girl) to leave with a client
to go out and come in / entrance and exit / expenditure and income / discrepancy / inconsistent
to take out of the furnace / fresh out of the oven / fig. newly announced / recently made available
to leave a country or region / outbound (tourism)
to come from
to make a mistake / error
due to / to stem from
to start one's career / (of an entertainer) to make one's debut
(of a performer) to come onto the stage to perform / (of an athlete) to enter the arena to compete / (fig.) to enter the scene (e.g. a new product) / (of an examinee etc) to leave the venue
to leave hospital / to be discharged from hospital
to have an accident / to meet with a mishap
to leave home / to go off / to run away
to discharge water / to appear out of the water / to break the surface
to run away / to flee (the country)
to excel the common (idiom); surpassing / preeminent / outstanding
well-known for sth / to become well known / to make one's mark / to lend one's name (to an event, endeavor etc)
to issue (document, certificate etc) / to provide
to leave the factory (of finished goods)
to sally / to attack
to produce (by natural growth, or by manufacture, mining etc) / to yield / to turn out / produce / products
to bid
to draw up the theme (for discussion)
to go into battle / to campaign (military)
to go out to sea / (neologism) to expand into overseas markets
to remove manure from a cowshed or pigsty etc (for use as fertilizer) / to muck out
to take up a post; to start in a new job
to be derailed; to go off the rails / (fig.) to overstep the bounds / (fig.) to have an extramarital affair
to take money or valuables out of storage / to recover / to ship goods / to extract (chemicals from solution)
to go abroad as ambassador / to be sent on a diplomatic mission
to stand out / outstanding
to transfer (one's property or rights to sb else)
to appear personally / to step in / to step forth / to show up
to dig up / to appear in an excavation / unearthed / to come up out of the ground
to leave the mountain (of a hermit) / to come out of obscurity to a government job / to take a leading position
spellbound / entranced / lost in thought
to perspire / to sweat
to send off (player for a foul) / to knock out (i.e. to beat in a knock-out tournament) / to eliminate / to call out / to kill off / to pull out of (a competition) / to retire (a runner in baseball) / out (i.e. man out in baseball)
to start out on a trip / to dispatch troops
to yield interest, profit etc / to exhale (Buddhism)
due to / to stem from / to go beyond (also fig. beyond reason, expectations etc) / to go against (expectations)
to send troops
extraordinary / exceptional / unusual
to pay
to leave home (to become a Buddhist monk or nun)
unexpected (idiom) / surprising
to get married (of woman)
to appear on camera / to play a role in a film
to speak / words
to lend / to put out a loan
to be released from prison
to do sth when least expected (idiom); to catch sb off guard
to exceed all expectations / to come as a surprise
to go out / to leave for another place
(sports) to go out of bounds / to go over the line / to qualify for the next round of competition / (Tw) (fig.) to make the grade / to achieve success
to appear in court
to overstep the bounds of what is proper / to take sth too far / (of a measuring device) to go off the scale
to visit a patient at home (of a doctor) / house call
trade surplus / favorable balance of trade
turned out other than expected (idiom); unexpected
to put forward plans and ideas (also derogatory) / to give advice (idiom)
to give vent to anger
to finish apprenticeship / to graduate / to send out troops (under a commander)
to leave harbor / departure (at airport)
to catch an enemy off guard with a surprise attack (idiom, from Sunzi's "The Art of War" 孫子兵法|孙子兵法)

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