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move back and forth, fiddle with摆弄 [bai3 nong4]
move back and forth, fiddle with擺弄 [bai3 nong4]
(in) return, reciprocation, payback, retaliation, to report back, to reciprocate回報 [hui2 bao4]
(in) return, reciprocation, payback, retaliation, to report back, to reciprocate回报 [hui2 bao4]
(one step) further, to move forward a single step, further (onwards)进一步 [jin4 yi1 bu4]
(one step) further, to move forward a single step, further (onwards)進一步 [jin4 yi1 bu4]
(set phrase) disturbance in the rear, trouble back home, family worries后顾之忧 [hou4 gu4 zhi1 you1]
(set phrase) disturbance in the rear, trouble back home, family worries後顧之憂 [hou4 gu4 zhi1 you1]
a basket carried on the back背篓 [bei1 lou3]
a basket carried on the back背簍 [bei1 lou3]
a flash-back (in novel or film)倒叙 [dao4 xu4]
a flash-back (in novel or film)倒敘 [dao4 xu4]
a form or theatrical double act, popular since Qing times, with one player seated stage front and acting out the poem or song of the second player hidden at the back (also written 雙黄|双黄), double reed (as used in oboe or bassoon), an oboe or bassoon双簧 [shuang1 huang2]
a form or theatrical double act, popular since Qing times, with one player seated stage front and acting out the poem or song of the second player hidden at the back (also written 雙黄|双黄), double reed (as used in oboe or bassoon), an oboe or bassoon雙簧 [shuang1 huang2]
a move (in chess)走子 [zou3 zi3]
a move, an action, in one move, at a stroke, in one go一举 [yi1 ju3]
a move, an action, in one move, at a stroke, in one go一舉 [yi1 ju3]
a pond, pool, wash, squander, sweep away, move, shake, dissolute荡 [dang4]
a pond, pool, wash, squander, sweep away, move, shake, dissolute蕩 [dang4]
a retained portion (of a sum of money), to hold back a percentage (of the takings)留成 [liu2 cheng2]
a retained portion (of a sum of money), to hold back a percentage (of the takings)留成儿 [liu2 cheng2 r5]
a retained portion (of a sum of money), to hold back a percentage (of the takings)留成兒 [liu2 cheng2 r5]
act, action, activity, move, movement举动 [ju3 dong4]
act, action, activity, move, movement舉動 [ju3 dong4]
answer back sarcastically反唇相譏 [fan3 chun2 xiang1 ji1]
answer back sarcastically反唇相讥 [fan3 chun2 xiang1 ji1]
at once, then, right away, only, (emphasis), to approach, to move towards, to undertake, already就 [jiu4]
attack by a hidden enemy, a stab in the back暗箭 [an4 jian4]
back脊背 [ji3 bei4]
back and lower of chariot, short, low輊 [zhi4]
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