|peaceful, tranquil, calm, composed, free from worry||安宁 [an1 ning2]|
|peaceful, tranquil, calm, composed, free from worry||安寧 [an1 ning2]|
|(idiom) not worry about conditions or responsibilities, but rather take it all; all round contract||大包大揽 [da4 bao1 da4 lan3]|
|(idiom) not worry about conditions or responsibilities, but rather take it all; all round contract||大包大攬 [da4 bao1 da4 lan3]|
|(saying) a hundred flowers bloom; let the arts have free expression||百花齊放 [bai3 hua1 qi2 fang4]|
|(saying) a hundred flowers bloom; let the arts have free expression||百花齐放 [bai3 hua1 qi2 fang4]|
|(set phrase) unhurried, composed, leisurely||不慌不忙 [bu4 huang1 bu4 mang2]|
|abandon oneself to wanton ways, indulge in debauchery out of one's own free will||自甘墮落|
|administrate, to control, to direct, put in order, govern, regulate, to cure, treat (a disease), to research, peaceful and orderly||治|
|air, sky, empty, free time, in vain||空 [kong1]|
|allay sorrow and dissipate worry||消愁解悶|
|An interval of time is worth an ounce of gold (俗谚 common saying); free time is to be treasured||一寸光阴一寸金 [yi1 cun4 guang1 yin1 yi1 cun4 jin1]|
|An interval of time is worth an ounce of gold (俗谚 common saying); free time is to be treasured||一寸光陰一寸金 [yi1 cun4 guang1 yin1 yi1 cun4 jin1]|
|anguish, to worry||煩惱|
|ant on a hot pan -- one in extreme anxiety, restless or fidgeting due to deep worry||熱鍋上的螞蟻|
|anxiety, worry||悒 [yi4]|
|anxious, worried, uneasy, to worry, to be anxious, worry||担心 [dan1 xin1]|
|anxious, worried, uneasy, to worry, to be anxious, worry||擔心 [dan1 xin1]|
|appeal to emotion, give free rein to emotion||感情用事|
|apprehensive, always fear or worry about something||心虛|
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