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[任勞任怨] rènláorènyuàn to undertake a task despite criticism (idiom); to bear the burden of office willingly

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        rènhé, any/whatever/whichever/whatsoever
        rènwu, [任務], mission/assignment/task/duty/role/CL:項|项[xiàng],個|个[gè]
        
        xìnrèn, to trust/to have confidence in
        zérèn, [責任], responsibility/blame/duty/CL:個|个[gè]
        zhǔrèn, director/head/CL:個|个[gè]
        Rèn/rèn, surname Ren, to assign/to appoint/to take up a post/office/responsibility/to let...
        qiánrèn, predecessor/ex-/former
        dānrèn, [擔任], to hold a governmental office or post/to assume office of/to take charge of/to s...
        shèngrèn, [勝任], qualified/competent (professionally)/to be up to a task
        rènmìng, to appoint and nominate/(job) appointment/CL:紙|纸[zhǐ]
        rènyì, arbitrary/at will/at random
        fàngrèn, to ignore/to let alone/to indulge
        zérèngǎn, [責任感], sense of responsibility
        rènxìng, willful/headstrong/unruly
        xiàrèn, next office holder/next to serve
        shàngrèn, to take office
        xīnrèn, newly-appointed/newly elected/new (in a political office)
        rènzhí, [任職], to hold an office or post
        rènyóu, to let (sb do sth)/to allow
        xiànrèn, [現任], at the present/to hold an office/to occupy a post
        zérènxīn, [責任心], sense of responsibility
        rènqī, term of office
        liánrèn, [連任], to continue in (a political) office/to serve for another term of office
        zhòngrèn, heavy responsibility
        jìrèn, [繼任], succeed sb in a job/successor
        jiùrèn, to take office/to assume a post
        wěirèn, to appoint
        xìzhǔrèn, chairman of department/dean/CL:位[wèi],個|个[gè]
        rènpíng, [任憑], no matter what/despite/to allow (sb to act arbitrarily)
        
        bānzhǔrèn, teacher in charge of a class
        chūrèn, to take up a post/to start in a new job
        tīngzhīrènzhī, [聽之任之], to take a laissez-faire attitude
        rènjiào, to teach/to coach/to work as teacher
        fàngrènzìliú, to let sb do whatever they want/to indulge/to give free reins to/to let things s...
        rènrénzǎigē, to get trampled on (idiom)/to be taken advantage of
        diàorèn, [調任], to transfer/to move to another post
        
        
        
        liúrèn, to remain in office/to hold on to one's job
        
        Rèntiāntáng, Nintendo
        xièrèn, to leave office
        rènxuǎn, [任選], to choose arbitrarily/to take whichever one fancies
        shǒurèn, first person to be appointed to a post
        jiānrèn, to hold several jobs at once/concurrent post/working part-time
        rènyìqiú, free kick
        zǒumǎshàngrèn, [走馬上任], to ride to take up an official appointment (idiom); to take on a job with alacri...
        
        lírèn, [離任], to leave office/to leave one's post
        rènláorènyuàn, [任勞任怨], to undertake a task despite criticism (idiom); to bear the burden of office will...
        pìnrèn, to appoint (to a position)/appointed
        chángrèn, permanent
        rènzhòngdàoyuǎn, [任重道遠], a heavy load and a long road/fig. to bear heavy responsibilities through a long ...
        tīngrèn, [聽任], to let things happen/laissez-faire
        zérènrén, [責任人], responsible person/coordinator
        
        
        lìrèn, [歷任], to hold jobs successively/appointed (from one job to another)
        rènkè, [任課], to give classes/to work as teacher
        
        
        
        xīnguānshàngrènsānbǎhuǒ, the new boss cracks the whip three times/a new broom sweeps clean/fig. vigorous ...
        fùrèn, to travel to take up a new post
        
        rènyòng, to appoint/to assign
        shēngrèn, to be promoted to
        
        rènrénwéiqīn, [任人唯親], to appoint people by favoritism (idiom); nepotism/corrupt appointment
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        rènqíng, to let oneself go/to do as much as one pleases
        
        
        
        
        
        wěirènshū, [委任書], letter of appointment
        
        
        
        zérènshìgù, [責任事故], accident occurring due to negligence
        
        rènqízìrán, to let things take their course (idiom)/to leave it to nature/laissez-faire
        rènrénwéixián, [任人唯賢], to appoint people according to their merits (idiom); appointment on the basis of...
        zìyóufàngrèn, laissez-faire
        
        

        xiàoláo, [效勞], to serve (in some capacity)/to work for
        láo/lào, [勞], toil, to console
        láojià, [勞駕], excuse me
        
        gōngláo, [功勞], contribution/meritorious service/credit
        Láolúnsī, [勞倫斯], Lawrence (person name)
        láodòng, [勞動], work/toil/physical labor/CL:次[cì]
        píláo, [疲勞], fatigue/wearily/weariness/weary
        Kèláosī, [克勞斯], Claus or Klaus (name)
        Màidāngláo, [麥當勞], MacDonald or McDonald (name)/McDonald's (fast food company)
        chóuláo, [酬勞], reward
        túláo, [徒勞], futile
        
        láogōng, [勞工], labor/laborer
        Láoāidé, [勞埃德], Lloyd (name)/Lloyd's (London-based insurance group)
        láolì, [勞力], work force/labor
        
        Kèláodé, [克勞德], Claude (name)
        yīláoyǒngyì, [一勞永逸], to get sth done once and for all
        Kèláofúdé, [克勞福德], Crawford (town in Texas)
        láolèi, [勞累], tired/exhausted/worn out/to toil
        qínláo, [勤勞], hardworking/industrious/diligent
        láozuò, [勞作], work/manual labor
        
        Láodòngjié, [勞動節], International Labor Day (May Day)
        
        LáosīLáisī, [勞斯萊斯], Rolls-Royce
        láodònglì, [勞動力], labor force/manpower
        xīnláo, [辛勞], laborious
        cāoláo, [操勞], to work hard/to look after
        láogǎi, [勞改], abbr. for 勞動改造|劳动改造[láo dòng gǎi zào]/reform through labor/laogai (prison camp)
        dàiláo, [代勞], to do sth in place of sb else
        bùláoérhuò, [不勞而獲], to reap without sowing (idiom)
        
        
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        Shītèláosī, [施特勞斯], Strauss
        
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        túláowúgōng, [徒勞無功], to work to no avail (idiom)
        láojiàosuǒ, [勞教所], correctional institution/labor camp
        
        
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        kàoláo, [犒勞], to reward with food and drink/to feast (sb)/presents of food etc made to troops/...
        láoyì, [勞役], forced labor/corvée (labor required of a serf)/animal labor
        
        láodòngzhě, [勞動者], worker/laborer
        
        yǒuláo, [有勞], (polite) thank you for your trouble (used when asking a favor or after having re...
        
        
        
        
        
        
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        láoxīn, [勞心], to work with one's brains/to rack one's brains/to worry
        
        
        láokǔ, [勞苦], labor/toil
        
        
        
        bùcíláokǔ, [不辭勞苦], spare no effort
        láojiào, [勞教], reeducation through labor
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        láolù, [勞碌], tiring
        
        
        
        
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        wèiláo, [慰勞], to show appreciation (by kind words, small gifts etc)/to comfort
        
        
        
        
        
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        láosǔn, [勞損], strain (medicine)
        
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        hànmǎgōngláo, [汗馬功勞], lit. to ride a laboring horse to great deeds/fig. a heroic contribution
        chīkǔnàiláo, [吃苦耐勞], hardworking and enduring hardships (idiom)
        láodùn, [勞頓], fatigued/wearied (literary)
        
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        túláowúyì, [徒勞無益], futile endeavor (idiom)
        
        láomó, [勞模], model worker
        
        
        láodònggǎizào, [勞動改造], reeducation through labor/laogai (prison camp)
        
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        duōláoduōdé, [多勞多得], work more and get more
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        láoérwúgōng, [勞而無功], to work hard while accomplishing little/to toil to no avail
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        láodòngmófàn, [勞動模範], model worker
        
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        nǎolìláodòng, [腦力勞動], mental labor/intellectual work
        
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        láoyìjiéhé, [勞逸結合], to strike a balance between work and rest (idiom)
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        Lāwénkèláo, [拉文克勞], Ravenclaw (Harry Potter)
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        láozī, [勞資], labor and capital/labor and management
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        Bùláoēn, [布勞恩], Browne (person name)
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        kǔláo, [苦勞], toil/hard work
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        ànláofēnpèi, [按勞分配], distribution according to work
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        néngzhěduōláo, [能者多勞], abler people do more work (idiom); It is because you are so capable that we (or ...
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        yǐyìdàiláo, [以逸待勞], to wait at one's ease for the exhausted enemy/to nurture one's strength and bide...
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        bàoyuàn, to complain/to grumble/to harbor a complaint/to feel dissatisfied
        ēnyuàn, gratitude and grudges/resentment/grudges/grievances
        yuànhèn, to hate/hate/grudge
        yuàn, to blame/to complain
        mányuàn, to complain/to grumble (about)/to reproach/to blame
        yuànyán, complaint
        yuànqì, [怨氣], grievance/resentment/complaint
        wúyuànwúhuǐ, [無怨無悔], no complaints/to have no regrets
        yuàntiānyóurén, (idiom) to blame the gods and accuse others
宿         sùyuàn, an old grudge/old scores to settle
        jīyuàn, [積怨], grievance/accumulated rancor
        āiyuàn, grief/resentment/aggrieved/plaintive
        rènláorènyuàn, [任勞任怨], to undertake a task despite criticism (idiom); to bear the burden of office will...
        yuànshēngzàidào, [怨聲載道], lit. cries of complaint fill the roads (idiom); complaints rise all around/disco...
        jiéyuàn, [結怨], to arouse dislike/to incur hatred
        yōuyuàn, hidden bitterness, secret grudge
        chóuyuàn, hatred and desire for revenge
        
        mínyuàn, popular grievance/complaints of the people

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