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qían (abbreviated form of 錢) money; cash, a unit of weight, a Chinese family name
qían (Cant.) to pull out
qían to clamp, tie down or pin down
qían (same as 虔) to act with reverence, devout; sincere
qían act with reverence; reverent
qían (same as 犍) castrated bull; ox, name of a political division in ancient China; today's Sichuan Province, a kind of animal (looks like an ox)
gān qían tangerine, loose-skinned orange
qían in front, forward; preceding
gān qían (Cant.) to clean; dried up
qían lock, latch; stamp, seal
gǎn qían pursue, follow; expel, drive away
cén qían zàn river in Shaanxi; murky torrent
qían pincers, pliers, tongs; to compress
qían jǐan money, currency, coins
jìan jīan chán qían gradually
gān qían dry; first hexagram; warming principle of the sun, penetrating and fertilizing, heavenly generative principle (male)
qían zhǎi traces or marks of incomplete or damage
qían to bear on the shoulders
qían jìan carry
qían hán lock, latch; stamp, seal
jīn qían muscles; tendons
xún qían tán nettle
jǐan qían a bundle, to bind; bondage, a smal bundle of, term of measurement; 10 bundle of rice plants
䨿 qían bad; evil; wicked; vice; wickedness
qían star
jìan qían tendons
qían to help each other, to shoulder; to take upon oneself
qían ān pincers, pliers, tongs
chān qían tīe zhān qín tweezers
jīan qían jǐan a bullock; a fabulous monster
jìan chán jīan qían gradually
qían tweezers, pliers, tongs, pincers
jìn qían (the large seal; a type of Chinese calligraphy) (same as 紟) a sash, to tie, a kind of cloth or textiles, lapel of a Chinese dress, a single coverlet
qían money, currency, coins
qían hide; hidden, secret, latent
qían (same as 鉗) pincers; tweezers; tongs
qían hide; hidden, secret, latent
qían black; Guizhou
qían jǐan money, currency, coins
xún qían reheat food
qían xún smoke, fumes; tobacco, opium; (Cant.) to singe
cùi jiǎo qían (non-classical form of 橇) a sledge for transportation over mud or snow
zhēn qían needle, pin, tack; prick; inject
qían sad; mournful; grieved, to worry about, to think with one's eyes closed, to close the eyes
cén qían qín starting to put forth ears, a kind of grain
qían xín big iron pot, caldron
xún qían tán nettle
qían hide, conceal, secrete; hidden
yàn qían xún flame; brilliant, blazing
qían xían to lift up or off; to raise high, to unveil
qían name of a variety of grass, a kind of vegetable, a variety of nettle, urtica

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