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to meet / to see each other / CL:
what one has seen and heard / knowledge / one's experience
opinion / view / understanding
to see what is right and act courageously (idiom, from Analects); to stand up bravely for the truth / acting heroically in a just cause
experienced and knowledgeable (idiom)
  *见* | 见* | *见
to see / to meet / to appear (to be sth) / to interview
  *见* | 见* | *见
to appear / also written 現|现
to see
to be witness to / witness / evidence
to gain first-hand knowledge of sth / to experience for oneself / knowledge / experience / insight
gift given to sb when meeting them for the first time
please forgive me
meet and greet
to learn on the job / to be on probation
to seem / to appear / (in a negative or interrogative sentence) to be sure
upon seeing this, ... / in response, ...
to have the desired effect
to hear what was said
(coll.) to bleed (esp. vaginal bleeding) / to suffer a financial loss
to mock / to be ridiculed / to incur ridicule through one's poor performance (humble)
opinion / view / insight
eyewitness (to an incident) / witness (to a legal transaction)
to counter every move / to be full of tricks
not fit to be seen by / should not be exposed to / can't bear to see
opinions differ (idiom)
to excel at (typically used after the area of expertise) / Example: 以研究見長|以研究见长 to be known for one's research
absurd / strange / (interj.) curse it! / to hell with it!
lit. to see a gap and stick in a needle (idiom); fig. to make use of every second and every inch
apprentice / probationer / cadet
to see profit and forget morality (idiom); to act from mercenary considerations / to sell one's soul for gain
see the opportunity and act (idiom); to act according to circumstances / to play it by ear / to use one's discretion
to keep one's calm in the face of the unexpected / not to wonder at strange sights
(lit.) to wither in the light of day / (fig.) the bubble bursts as the reality becomes apparent (esp. of a much-anticipated first meeting with sb) / (of stocks) just as the favorable news is officially published, the stock price falls
to have an audience (with the emperor)
your visit (honorific) / you honor me with your visit
(coll.) every day
I have been enlightened by your teaching (humble)
see a worthy, think to imitate (idiom, from Analects); emulate the virtuous / Follow the example of a virtuous and wise teacher.
(measurement) (after a length) square (as in "10 feet square")
seeing riches provokes evil designs
to meet one's Maker / to die
(formal, tactful) (of an elder) to pass away
to change at once on seeing sth different (idiom); loving fads and novelty / never satisfied with what one has
to quit while one is ahead (idiom) / to know when to stop
payable at sight / payable to bearer
to see profit and remember morality (idiom); to act ethically / not tempted by riches
to appear in the news / in the papers
to treat sb with the formal courtesy accorded to a host or a guest
to mind / to take offense
one tiny clue reveals the general trend (idiom); small beginnings show how things will develop
to neglect one's friends when smitten with a new love
to forget loyalty when in love / hoes before bros
to die / lit. to visit Marx / to pass away
lit. see the wind and set the helm (idiom); fig. to act pragmatically / to be flexible and take advantage of the situation
to be touched by a scene / to adapt to the situation
to open one's eyes wide at the sight of profit (idiom); thinking of nothing but personal gain / money-grubbing
to translate sth into action / to put sth into action
to see the world / to broaden one's horizons
please forgive me
(fig.) adaptable / able to deal with various kinds of people and situations / (derog.) insincere / two-faced
medical intern
loved / respected (honorific)
to possess limited experience and knowledge (idiom)
lit. seeing others go hunting, one is excited by memories of the thrill of the hunt (idiom) / fig. seeing others do what one loves to do, one is inspired to try it again
lit. see the wind and set the helm (idiom); fig. to act pragmatically / to be flexible and take advantage of the situation
lit. see the wind and set your sails (idiom); fig. to act pragmatically / to be flexible and take advantage of the situation
medical intern
lit. see the wind and assume it will rain (idiom); fig. gullible / to believe whatever people suggest
Antiaris toxicaria (botany)
lit. to squeeze into every crack (idiom) / fig. to make the most of every opportunity
to take the bull by the horns (idiom)
to put into effect (idiom)

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