|arrange things well in packing, so as to fit well into each other and take up as little room as possible, cut cloth carefully so that there is no waste, by arranging the patterns to fit well, to rob Peter to pay Paul||補來補去 ,東挪西借|
|(a measure of width of cloth)||筘 [kou4]|
|(Buddhist or Daoist) to fast, to abstain from meat or wine, room, building||斋 [zhai1]|
|(Buddhist or Daoist) to fast, to abstain from meat or wine, room, building||齋 [zhai1]|
|(hemp), surname Ju, sack cloth||苴 [ju1]|
|(main) hall, large room||堂 [tang2]|
|(saying) carefully; cautiously||小心翼翼 [xiao3 xin1 yi4 yi4]|
|(saying) very carefully and meticulously||无微不至 [wu2 wei1 bu4 zhi4]|
|(saying) very carefully and meticulously||無微不至 [wu2 wei1 bu4 zhi4]|
|(set phrase) to break up the whole into pieces, to take care of things one by one||化整为零 [hua4 zheng3 wei2 ling2]|
|(set phrase) to break up the whole into pieces, to take care of things one by one||化整為零 [hua4 zheng3 wei2 ling2]|
|(various things) such as, such as (the following)||諸如 [zhu1 ru2]|
|(various things) such as, such as (the following)||诸如 [zhu1 ru2]|
|a bolt (of cloth)||疋 [pi3]|
|a dissecting room||解剖室 [jie3 pou1 shi4]|
|a downpour, rain bucketing down, fig. to be overwhelmed (with work or things to study)||倾盆大雨 [qing1 pen2 da4 yu3]|
|a downpour, rain bucketing down, fig. to be overwhelmed (with work or things to study)||傾盆大雨 [qing1 pen2 da4 yu3]|
|a grain, a granule, classifier for small round things (peas, bullets, peanuts, pills, grains etc)||粒 [li4]|
|A man and a woman unless related by blood or marriage should not touch hands when giving and taking things (according to the code of conduct before the republican era)||男女授受不親|
|a room in a Buddhist monastery, a temple||禅房 [chan2 fang2]|
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