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to hold / to contain / to grasp / to take hold of / a handle / particle marking the following noun as a direct object / classifier for objects with handle
handle
cángto conceal / to hide away / to harbor / to store / to collect
zàngstorehouse / depository / cache (computer) / Buddhist or Taoist scripture
ZàngTibet / Xizang 西藏
cǎi(bright) color / variety / applause / applaud / (lottery) prize
deof / structural particle: used before a noun, linking it to preceding possessive or descriptive attributive
aim / clear
really and truly
diébutterfly / CL:隻|只[zhi1]
飞舞fēi wǔto flutter / to dance in the breeze
square / frame / rule / (legal) case / style / character / standard / pattern / (classical) to obstruct / to hinder / (classical) to arrive / to come / (classical) to investigate / to study exhaustively
甘甜gān tiánsweet
歌唱gē chàngsing
花丛huā cóngcluster of flowers / inflorescence / flowering shrub
la(sentence-final particle, contraction of "了啊") / (follows after each item in a list of examples)
(onomat.) / (phonetic)
牧歌mù gēshepherd's song / pastoral
agate / cornelian
that / those / then / in that case / commonly pr. nei4 before a classifier, esp. in Beijing
variant of 哪|哪[na3]
你的nǐ deyour / yours
shàngon / on top / upon / first (of multiple parts) / previous / last / upper / higher / above / to climb / to go into / to go up / to attend (class or university)
shǎngsee 上聲|上声[shang3 sheng1]
闪烁shǎn shuòflicker / twinkling
sāngmulberry tree
献给xiàn gěipresent to / offer to
笑容xiào róngsmile / smiling expression / CL:副[fu4]
小鸟xiǎo niǎolittle bird / birdie / CL:隻|只[zhi1]
悠扬yōu yángmelodious / mellifluous
养育yǎng yùfoster / rear
zhuóoutstanding / surname Zhuo
zhōngwithin / among / in / middle / center / while (doing sth) / during / China / Chinese
zhònghit (the mark)

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