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rest / to rest
other / (sth or sb) else / the rest
to be in / to lie in / to consist in / to depend on / to rest with
the rest / the others / remaining / remainder / apart from them
  *歇* | 歇* | *歇
to rest / to take a break / to stop / to halt / (dialect) to sleep / a moment / a short while
  *趴* | 趴* | *趴
to lie on one's stomach / to lean forward, resting one's upper body (on a desktop etc) / (Tw) percent
to work and rest
  *落* | 落* | *落
to fall or drop / (of the sun) to set / (of a tide) to go out / to lower / to decline or sink / to lag or fall behind / to fall onto / to rest with / to get or receive / to write down / whereabouts / settlement
  *休* | 休* | *休
to rest / to stop doing sth for a period of time / to cease / (imperative) don't
  *枕* | 枕* | *枕
pillow / to pillow / to rest one's head on (Taiwan pr. [zhen4] for this sense)
to rest / to relax / to take a break
  *栖* | 栖* | *栖
to perch / to rest (of birds) / to dwell / to live / to stay
  *托* | 托* | *托
prop / support (for weight) / rest (e.g. arm rest) / thanks to / to hold in one's hand / to support in one's palm / to give / to base / to commit / to set / torr (unit of pressure)
  *息* | 息* | *息
breath / news / interest (on an investment or loan) / to cease / to stop / to rest / Taiwan pr. [xi2]
  *憩* | 憩* | *憩
to rest
solely engrossed in one thing / just (one thing, no need to worry about the rest) / simply / by all means / please feel free / do not hesitate (to ask for sth)
to rest / to go to sleep / to rest in peace / (history) Parthia
to rest for a bit / to take a breather
completely secure / a sure thing / rest assured
to retire / to leave work and rest (euphemism for compulsory retirement of old cadres)
to lean on / to rest against / to rely on / support / backing / back of a chair
to strike a balance between work and rest (idiom)
capital / assets / savings / nest egg / (fig.) reputation / laurels (to rest upon) / old edition of a book / (tree) trunk
unrelenting / without stopping to rest
to be cut off from the rest of the world (idiom)
to rest and reorganize (military)
to have a rest / to stay for the night / to go to bed / to sleep
to rest / to recuperate / to regain composure
whereabouts / place to settle / reliable source (of funds etc) / (of responsibility for a matter) to rest with sb / settlement / solution
to stop on the way for a rest
to compensate for working on a holiday by resting on a workday / to compensate for resting on a workday by working on a holiday
to sleep peacefully (idiom) / (fig.) to rest easy / to be free of worries
to rest one's chin in one's hand
eternal rest (i.e. death)
hand gesture in traditional dances (joined thumb and middle finger, the rest extended)
things like this (idiom); and so on / and the rest / etc
to feel unconcerned and let matters rest (idiom)
  *呬* | 呬* | *呬
to rest
  *唞* | 唞* | *唞
to take a rest (Cantonese)
  *棳* | 棳* | *棳
small pillars that support the roof, those which rest on the main beam
complete rest (after an illness)
to accompany a deceased person to his last resting place / to hold a funeral
(fig.) guarantee of financial support for the rest of one's life
postal kiosk / (old) rest shelter for couriers
to wait for dawn, one's head resting on a spear (idiom) / fully prepared and biding one's time before the battle
to sleep soundly / (fig.) to rest easy / to be free of worries
another name for Mt Tai 泰山 in Shandong as principal or ancestor of the Five Sacred Mountains 五嶽|五岳 / Mt Tai as resting place for departed souls
buried and at rest (idiom); Resquiescat in pacem (RIP)
satisfied with one's accomplishment and arrogant as a result (idiom); resting on one's laurels and despising others
  *塈* | 塈* | *塈
(literary) to plaster / to pick up / to rest
(literary) to rest / to recuperate
chin rest (e.g. for a violin)
grasp this fundamental point and all the rest will follow (idiom)
work and rest
lit. rising and lying down, working and resting (idiom) / fig. everyday life / daily routine / to go about one's daily life
to let matters rest
to stop for a rest
to rest / to take a break
that's right / sure! / rest assured! / that's good / can't go wrong
lit. spare valor for sale (idiom); fig. after former successes, still ready for more work / not resting on one's laurels
to eat without working (idiom) / to take one's pay and not care about the rest
Toushoudaiji, the temple in Nara, Japan founded by Tang dynastic Buddhist monk Jianzhen or Ganjin 鑒真和尚|鉴真和尚 and his last resting place
to have a break / to rest
at ease / to feel relieved / to set one's mind at rest / to keep one's mind on sth
to let the dough rest (after mixing it)
eternal rest (i.e. death)
take the cream, discard the dross (political and educational slogan) / keep what is good, discard the rest / You need to be selective when studying. / In modernizing the country, don't accept uncritically all foreign ideas.
He who never wrongs others does not fear the knock in the night. / Rest with a clear conscience.
overweight from overwork (the supposition that white collar workers become fat as a consequence of factors associated with being under pressure at work, including irregular diet, lack of exercise and inadequate rest)
to let the dough rest (after mixing it)
lit. either don't do it, or don't rest (idiom) / fig. if you do it at all, you may as well go the whole hog / in for a penny, in for a pound
He who never wrongs others does not fear the knock in the night. / Rest with a clear conscience.
without stopping to sleep or have a rest (idiom)
rest for now / stop (usually imperative form)
to cease fire / armistice / rested troops
rest (music)
good people are at peace with themselves, (but) there is no rest for the wicked
lit. cannot rest or eat in peace (idiom) / fig. extremely worried and troubled
the master leads you to the door, the rest is up to you / you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink
however strong you are, there is always someone stronger (idiom) / there is always sth more to learn / never be satisfied to rest on your laurels / there is no room for complacency
with one's heart at ease and one's spirit at rest (idiom)
(literary) to put down one's burden / to rest / to stay (at an inn etc)
rest area
lit. cut sleeve (idiom); fig. euphemism for homosexuality, originating from History of Western Han 漢書|汉书: emperor Han Aidi (real name Liu Xin) was in bed with his lover Dong Xian, and had to attend a court audience that morning. Not wishing to awaken Dong Xian, who was sleeping with his head resting on the emperor's long robe sleeve, Aidi used a knife to cut off the lower half of his sleeve.
to rest weapons and loosen armor (idiom); to relax from fighting
to put down weapon and let soldiers rest (idiom); to relax from fighting
lit. hundred foot pole, progress still further (idiom); fig. much accomplished, still some work to do / to continue to further successes / not to rest on one's laurels
equally true for (all the rest) / the same thing applies (for everyone)
to make a rest stop at a hotel / to put sth into storage
lit. the flame of a burning piece of firewood passes on to the rest (idiom) / fig. (of knowledge, skill etc) to be passed on from teachers to students, one generation to another
lit. to rest and fly together (idiom) / fig. to live in each other's pockets / to be inseparable
to put sth to rest / calm down a bit!
to drift without a resting place (idiom) / roving / errant / vagrant / erratic
Longkan Shoujian, Chinese character dictionary from 997 AD containing 26,430 entries, with radicals placed into 240 rhyme groups and arranged according to the four tones, and the rest of the characters similarly arranged under each radical

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