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  *愈* | 愈* | *愈
the more...(the more...) / to recover / to heal / better
  *愈* | 愈* | *愈
variant of / to heal
healing efficacy / healing effect
to close up / to heal (of wound) / to keep one's lips sealed
to get well / to heal / to recuperate / to convalesce / convalescence / to nurse
(of a wound) to heal
miraculous hands of a healer / highly skilled person / brilliant move in chess or weiqi (go) 圍棋|围棋
medical expertise / art of healing
  *瘉* | 瘉* | *瘉
to heal
to pacify / to calm down / to be cured / to be healed
to heal / therapy
healing / to heal / to make healthy again
to cast off (in knitting) / to sew a finishing hem / to close up (of wound) / to heal
to flatten / to smooth down / to unwrinkle / (fig.) to soothe (emotional wounds) / to heal (scars)
to help the dying and heal the injured
art of healing / medical skill
to heal a wound / to recuperate (from an injury)
healer / physician / medical man / doctor (esp. of TCM)
Healing sutra / Bhaisajyaguru sutra
arts of healing, divination, horoscope etc / supernatural arts (old)
  *瘳* | 瘳* | *瘳
to convalesce / to recover / to heal
to forget past pains once the wound has healed (idiom)
to cause a wound to close up and heal
completely / totally recovered / healed
to heal the breach (Cantonese)
Reiki (palm healing)

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