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to follow lustfull desires恣欲 [zi4 yu4]
(cf. Book of Songs) How to fashion an ax handle? You need an ax, fig. to follow a principle, fig. to act as match-maker伐柯 [fa2 ke1]
(cf. Book of Songs) How to fashion an ax handle? You need an ax, fig. to follow a principle, fig. to act as match-maker操斧伐柯 [cao1 fu3 fa2 ke1]
(expresses contrast with a previous sentence or clause), standard, norm, rule, to imitate, to follow, then, principle则 [ze2]
(expresses contrast with a previous sentence or clause), standard, norm, rule, to imitate, to follow, then, principle則 [ze2]
(proverb) to follow local customs, When in Rome, do as the Romans do.走乡随乡 [zou3 xiang1 sui2 xiang1]
(proverb) to follow local customs, When in Rome, do as the Romans do.走鄉隨鄉 [zou3 xiang1 sui2 xiang1]
an arhat (Buddh.), a holy man who has left behind all earthly desires and concerns and attained Nirvana, abbr. for 阿羅漢|阿罗汉罗汉 [luo2 han4]
an arhat (Buddh.), a holy man who has left behind all earthly desires and concerns and attained Nirvana, abbr. for 阿羅漢|阿罗汉羅漢 [luo2 han4]
Arhat (Buddh.), a holy man who has left behind all earthly desires and concerns and attained Nirvana阿罗汉 [A1 luo2 han4]
Arhat (Buddh.), a holy man who has left behind all earthly desires and concerns and attained Nirvana阿羅漢 [A1 luo2 han4]
arrive, follow, heel踵 [zhong3]
comply with, follow皈 [gui1]
course of stars, follow precedent躔 [chan2]
direct, to enlighten, to follow, phonetic di as in Disney 迪斯尼 or disco 迪斯科迪 [di2]
direction, orientation, path to follow方向 [fang1 xiang4]
disaster and happiness do not follow rules; future blessings and misfortunes are unpredictable祸福无常 [huo4 fu2 wu2 chang2]
disaster and happiness do not follow rules; future blessings and misfortunes are unpredictable禍福無常 [huo4 fu2 wu2 chang2]
encore (follow up music performance)安可 [an1 ke3]
follow跟从 [gen1 cong2]
follow跟從 [gen1 cong2]
follow (an issue) closely, to pay close attention to,关注 [guan1 zhu4]
follow (an issue) closely, to pay close attention to,關注 [guan1 zhu4]
follow after跟着 [gen1 zhe5]
follow after跟著 [gen1 zhe5]
follow the prescribed order, keep to conventional ways按步就班 [an4 bu4 jiu4 ban1]
follow, follow up跟进 [gen1 jin4]
follow, follow up跟進 [gen1 jin4]
follow, pursue辿 [chan1]
follow, quick徇 [xun4]
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