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  *坎* | 坎* | *坎
pit / threshold / one of the Eight Trigrams 八卦, symbolizing water /
bumpy (of a road) / rough (of life) / to be down on one's luck / to be full of frustrations and dashed hopes
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  *埳* | 埳* | *埳
old variant of / pit / hole
Canberra, capital of Australia (Tw)
Cannes, France (Tw)
sleeveless jacket (usually cotton) / Chinese waistcoat
Campbell (name)
(dialect) just now
critical juncture / key moment
Canterbury
Campbell's dwarf hamster (Phodopus campbelli)
Cancún
Cantabria, Spanish autonomous region, capital Santander 桑坦德
Kampala, capital of Uganda
candela (unit of luminosity) / standard candle
karez, qanat or "horizontal well" (irrigation and water management system used in Xinjiang, Central Asia and Middle East)
Kandahar (town in Southern Afghanistan)
raised ground / bank
Cantabria in north Spain
The Canterbury Tales, collection of stories by Geoffrey Chaucer 喬叟|乔叟
Cantabrian mountain range in north Spain dividing Asturias from Castilla-Leon
Kandahar province of Afghanistan
erhua variant of 坎肩
full of trouble and misfortune (usu. referring to someone's life)
Bay of Biscay (Spanish: Mare Cantabrico)
to meet with misfortune
potholed and bumpy road (idiom); fig. full of disappointment and dashed hopes


Tip: Pinyin can be entered with or without tone numbers, e.g. 'nihao' or 'ni3hao3'.
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