|to live in a cave||穴居 [xue2 ju1]|
|(experienced action marker), to cross, to go over, to pass (time), to celebrate (a holiday), to live, to get along, excessively, too-, surname Guo||过 [guo4]|
|(experienced action marker), to cross, to go over, to pass (time), to celebrate (a holiday), to live, to get along, excessively, too-, surname Guo||過 [guo4]|
|(of enemies) cannot live under the same sky, absolutely irreconcilable||不共戴天 [bu4 gong4 dai4 tian1]|
|(set phrase) to live apart from parents after marriage||独立门户 [du2 li4 men2 hu4]|
|(set phrase) to live apart from parents after marriage||獨立門戶 [du2 li4 men2 hu4]|
|(to live together until the) white hairs of old age; to live to a ripe old age in conjugal bliss, until death do us part||白头偕老 [bai2 tou2 xie2 lao3]|
|(to live together until the) white hairs of old age; to live to a ripe old age in conjugal bliss, until death do us part||白头到老 [bai2 tou2 dao4 lao3]|
|(to live together until the) white hairs of old age; to live to a ripe old age in conjugal bliss, until death do us part||白頭偕老 [bai2 tou2 xie2 lao3]|
|白頭到老 [bai2 tou2 dao4 lao3]|
|a cave||洞窟 [dong4 ku1]|
|a Daoist immortal, a supernatural entity, (in modern fiction) fairy, elf, leprechaun etc, fig. lighthearted person, (used in advertising: Live like an immortal 活神仙似)||神仙 [shen2 xian1]|
|a flashy lifestyle, to live it up||生活闊綽 [sheng1 huo2 kuo4 chuo4]|
|a flashy lifestyle, to live it up||生活阔绰 [sheng1 huo2 kuo4 chuo4]|
|A live horse tied to a dead banyan tree -- to tie up resources and (personnel) in a useless project||活馬綁在死榕樹 ,埋沒人才|
|A person has to continue breathing to continue to live.||人要不斷的呼吸才會活。|
|agree, harmonious union, peace, live in harmony||和合 ,協合|
|Bali Island, 峇厘, now written 巴厘, cave||峇 [Ba1]|
|be disappointing, fail to live up to expectations||不争气 [bu4 zheng1 qi4]|
|be disappointing, fail to live up to expectations||不爭氣 [bu4 zheng1 qi4]|
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