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[爐火純青] lúhuǒchúnqīng lit. the stove fire has turned bright green (allusion to Daoist alchemy) (idiom)
fig. (of an art, a technique etc) brought to the point of perfection

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        bìlú, [壁爐], fireplace
        wēibōlú, [微波爐], microwave oven/CL:臺|台[tái]
        lúzi, [爐子], stove/oven/furnace
        lú, [爐]/[鑪], stove/furnace, variant of 爐|炉[lú]
        chūlú, [出爐], to take out of the furnace/fresh out of the oven/fig. newly announced/recently m...
        huǒlú, [火爐], stove
        kǎolú, [烤爐], oven (PRC)
        guōlú, [鍋爐], boiler
        
        lúhuǒ, [爐火], the fire of a stove
        nuǎnlú, [暖爐], space heater/radiator
        rónglú, [熔爐], smelting furnace/forge
        
        lúzào, [爐灶], stove
        lìngqǐlúzào, [另起爐灶], lit. to set up a separate kitchen (idiom); to start from scratch/back to square ...
        lúhuǒchúnqīng, [爐火純青], lit. the stove fire has turned bright green (allusion to Daoist alchemy) (idiom)...
        diànlú, [電爐], electric stove/hot plate
        xiānglú, [香爐], a censer (for burning incense)/incense burner/thurible
        
        
        
        
        
        
        huílú, [回爐], to melt down/to remelt (metals)/fig. to acquire new education/to bake again
        gāolú, [高爐], blast furnace
        gǔfēnglú, [鼓風爐], a blast furnace (in modern times)/a draft assisted furnace for smelting metals
        
        liànjiāolú, [煉焦爐], coking furnace
        
        kāilú, [開爐], to open a furnace/to start up a furnace
        
        sīlú, [司爐], stoker (worker operating a coal fire, esp. for a steam engine)
        
        
        
        hōnglú, [烘爐], oven

        Huǒ/huǒ, surname Huo, fire/urgent/ammunition/fiery or flaming/internal heat (Chinese medi...
        huǒchē, [火車], train/CL:列[liè],節|节[jié],班[bān],趟[tàng]
        kāihuǒ, [開火], to open fire
        huǒzāi, [火災], fire (that burns buildings etc)
        huǒjiàn, rocket/CL:枚[méi]
        zháohuǒ, [著火], to ignite/to burn
        huǒjī, [火雞], turkey
        fāhuǒ, [發火], to catch fire/to ignite/to detonate/to get angry
        huǒyàn, blaze/flame
        huǒjù, a torch/CL:把[bǎ]
        dàhuǒ, conflagration/large fire/CL:場|场[cháng]
        Huǒxīng/huǒxīng, Mars (planet), spark
        huǒhuā, spark/sparkle
        zònghuǒ, [縱火], to set on fire/to commit arson
        huǒshān, volcano
        huǒlì, fire/firepower
        huǒtuǐ, ham/CL:個|个[gè]
        diǎnhuǒ, [點火], to ignite/to light a fire/to agitate/to start an engine/ignition/fig. to stir up...
        huǒchēzhàn, [火車站], train station
        rěhuǒ, to stir up the fire/fig. to provoke and offend people/to ruffle feathers
        nǎohuǒ, [惱火], to get angry/irritated/to annoy/to aggravate/annoying
        qǐhuǒ, to catch fire/to cook/to get angry
        huǒchái, match (for lighting fire)/CL:根[gēn],盒[hé]
        nùhuǒ, rage/fury/hot anger
        jūnhuǒ, [軍火], weapons and ammunition/munitions/arms
        huǒyào, [火藥], gunpowder
        dǎhuǒjī, [打火機], lighter/cigarette lighter
        fànghuǒ, to set on fire/to commit arson/to create a disturbance
        huǒbào, fiery (temper)/popular/flourishing/prosperous/lively
        fánghuǒqiáng, [防火牆], firewall/CL:堵[dǔ]
        huǒbǎ, torch/CL:把[bǎ]
        gōuhuǒ, bonfire
        huǒrè, [火熱], fiery/burning/fervent/ardent/passionate
        tínghuǒ, to cease fire/ceasefire
        lièhuǒ, raging inferno/blaze
        mièhuǒ, [滅火], to extinguish a fire/firefighting
        huǒjǐng, fire alarm
        shēnghuǒ, to make a fire/to light a fire
        huǒhuà, to cremate/to incinerate
        jiāohuǒ, firefight/shooting
        zǒuhuǒ, to go off accidentally/to catch fire
        huǒshāo, [火燒], to set fire to/to burn down/burning hot/baked cake
        zònghuǒfàn, [縱火犯], arsonist
        yānhuǒ, [煙火], smoke and fire/fireworks
        jiùhuǒ, fire fighting
        wánhuǒ, to play with fire
        fánghuǒ, to protect against fire
        huǒshì, [火勢], intensity of a fire/lively/flourishing
        shīhuǒ, to catch fire/on fire/fire (alarm)
        xīhuǒ, (of fire, lamp etc) to go out/to put out (fire)/(fig.) to die down/(of a vehicle...
        yínghuǒchóng, [螢火蟲], firefly/glowworm/lightning bug
        yànhuǒ, fireworks
        huǒlú, [火爐], stove
        
        zhànhuǒ, [戰火], conflagration/the fire of war
        mièhuǒqì, [滅火器], fire extinguisher
        fùtāngdǎohuǒ, [赴湯蹈火], to go through water and tread on fire (idiom); not afraid of any difficulty
        
        
        huǒzhǒng, [火種], tinder/source of a fire/inflammable material/(fig.) spark (of a revolution etc)
        huǒduī, bonfire/to open fire
        huǒqì, [火氣], anger/internal heat (TCM)
        huǒzàng, to cremate
        huǒjiàntǒng, bazooka/rocket launcher
        
        huǒlièniǎo, [火烈鳥], flamingo
        shuǐshēnhuǒrè, [水深火熱], deep water and scorching fire/abyss of suffering (idiom)
        pàohuǒ, artillery barrage/gunfire
        cháihuo, firewood
        huǒshàngjiāoyóu, [火上澆油], to pour oil on the fire (idiom); fig. to aggravate a situation/to enrage people ...
        dǎohuǒsuǒ, [導火索], a fuse (for explosive)
        huǒhòu, heat control/maturity/crucial moment
        guǐhuǒ, will-o'-the-wisp/jack-o'-lantern
        huǒguāng, flame/blaze
        huǒchǎng, [火場], the scene of a fire
        huǒshānkǒu, volcanic crater
        
        huǒkēng, pit of fire/fig. living hell
        dǎdehuǒrè, [打得火熱], to carry on intimately with (idiom); ardent relationship (esp. between lovers)/b...
        huǒchēpiào, [火車票], train ticket
        huǒlàlà, painful heat/scorching/painful heat/rude and forthright/provocative/hot/sexy
        dēnghuǒ, [燈火], lights
        huǒpào, [火砲], cannon/gun/artillery, cannon/gun/artillery
        huǒshí, flint (stone)
        huǒqiāng, [火槍], firearms (in historical context)/flintlock (old powder and shot firearm)
        jūnhuǒkù, [軍火庫], arsenal
        shíwànhuǒjí, [十萬火急], most urgent/post-haste/express
        
        huǒsù, at top speed/at a tremendous lick
线         Huǒxiàn/huǒxiàn, [火線], FireWire (IEEE 1394 data-transfer interface), firing line (battle)/live electric...
线         dǎohuǒxiàn, [導火線], a fuse (for explosives)/fig. proximate cause/the last straw
        huǒqì, firearm/CL:架[jià]
        
        yěhuǒ, wildfire/(spreading like) wildfire/bush fire/farm fire (for clearing fields)
        dǎhuǒshí, flint
        
        huǒlóng, [火龍], fiery dragon
        huǒmiáo, flame
        lúhuǒ, [爐火], the fire of a stove
        huǒguō, [火鍋], hotpot
        huǒchētóu, [火車頭], train engine/locomotive
        
        hónghuǒ, [紅火], prosperous
        
        huǒhuāsāi, spark plug
        huǒjiànpào, rocket artillery
        huǒhóng, [火紅], fiery/blazing
        huǒmàosānzhàng, to get really angry
        huǒjiàndàn, [火箭彈], rocket (artillery)
        pēnhuǒqì, [噴火器], flamethrower
        
        
        
        kǎohuǒ, to warm oneself at a fire
        
        shànghuǒ, to get angry/to suffer from excessive internal heat (TCM)
        xīngxingzhīhuǒ, a single spark (idiom); an insignificant cause can have a massive effect
        gānhuǒ, irascibility/irritability/(TCM) inflammation of the liver
        
        
        shènghuǒ, [聖火], sacred fire/Olympic flame
        màohuǒ, to get angry/to burn with rage
        mínghuǒ, flame/open fire
        yǐnhuǒshāoshēn, [引火燒身], to invite trouble
        yínghuǒ, [螢火], light of firefly/fairy light
        
        qùhuǒ, to reduce internal heat (TCM)
        rúhuǒrútú, lit. white cogon flower like fire (idiom); fig. a mighty army like wildfire/daun...
        huǒpén, brazier/fire pan/hibachi
        chènhuǒdǎjié, to loot a burning house/to profit from sb's misfortune (idiom)
        huǒyǎnjīnjīng, lit. fiery eyes and golden pupils/discerning eyes (idiom)
        huǒbào, variant of 火爆[huǒ bào]
        lúhuǒchúnqīng, [爐火純青], lit. the stove fire has turned bright green (allusion to Daoist alchemy) (idiom)...
        fēngfēnghuǒhuǒ, [風風火火], bustling/energetic
        
        huǒshàngjiāyóu, to add oil to the fire (idiom); fig. to aggravate a situation/to enrage people a...
        
        huǒshānhuī, volcanic ash
        rèhuǒcháotiān, [熱火朝天], in full swing (idiom)/(in a) frenzy/buzzing with activity
        huǒchéngyán, igneous rock (geology)/volcanic rock
        huǒqiáng, [火牆], firewall
        
        bōhuǒgùn, [撥火棍], poker
        huǒshānyán, volcanic rock
        
        xiānghuǒ, incense burning in front of a temple/burning joss sticks
        huǒshé, tongue of flame
        
        
        huóhuǒshān, active volcano
        huíhuǒ, to temper (iron)/to flare back/flareback (in a gas burner)/(of an engine) to bac...
        huǒshānxué, [火山學], volcanology
        guòhuǒ, [過火], to go too far (in word or deed)/over the top
        huǒyànshān, Mountain of Flames of legend/fig. insurmountable obstacle/Mountain of Flames in ...
        huǒzàngchǎng, [火葬場], crematorium
        hòuyuànqǐhuǒ, [後院起火], a fire in one's backyard/conflict close to home
        géànguānhuǒ, [隔岸觀火], to watch the fires burning across the river/to delay entering the fray until all...
        
        diànhuǒhuā, [電火花], electric spark
        
        
        
        shāohuǒ, [燒火], to light a fire for cooking
        huǒqián, [火鉗], fire tongs
        xīnguānshàngrènsānbǎhuǒ, the new boss cracks the whip three times/a new broom sweeps clean/fig. vigorous ...
        fēnghuǒ, fire beacon (to give alarm)
        jièhuǒ, to borrow a light (for a cigarette)
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        Huǒhú, Firefox (web browser)
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        shānhuǒ, wildfire/forest fire
        
        
        
        xīnjíhuǒliǎo, to burn with anxiety
        
        huǒzhù, column of flame
        
        huǒshāoyún, [火燒雲], nuée ardente/hot cloud of volcanic ash
        
        
        shíhuǒjī, [食火雞], cassowary (genus Casuarius), large flightless bird native to northeastern Austra...
        
        
        
        
        huǒzhú, [火燭], fire and candles/household things that burn
        
        huǒshāohuǒliáo, [火燒火燎], restless with anxiety/unbearably hot and anxious
        
        
        
        xiāohuǒshuān, fire hydrant
        bīnghuǒ, fire and ice/combination of sharply contrasting or incompatible elements
        
        
        
        
        línhuǒ, forest fire
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        HuǒTàn/huǒtàn, Fo Tan (area in Hong Kong), live coal/ember/burning coals
        huǒyǎn, pinkeye
        
        
        
        wēihuǒ, a low fire (for roasting)
        
        
        
        huǒshāndǎo, [火山島], volcanic island
        dāogēnghuǒzhòng, [刀耕火種], slash and burn (agriculture)
        
        
        
        
        

        chún, [純], pure/simple/unmixed/genuine
        chúncuì, [純粹], pure/unadulterated/purely/completely
        chúnjié, [純潔], pure/clean and honest/to purify
        dānchún, [單純], simple/pure/unsophisticated/merely/purely
        chúnshǔ, [純屬], to be purely/pure and simple/sheer/outright
        chúnjìng, [純淨], pure/clean/unmixed
        chúnzhēn, [純真], sincere
        chúnzhèng, [純正], pure/unadulterated/(of motives etc) honest
        chúndù, [純度], purity
        chúnzhǒng, [純種], purebred
        
        chúnjīn, [純金], pure gold
        chúnqíng, [純情], pure and innocent/a pure heart
        qīngchún, [清純], fresh and pure
        
        
        
        chúnpǔ, [純樸], variant of 淳樸|淳朴[chún pǔ]
        chúnshú, [純熟], skillful/proficient
        lúhuǒchúnqīng, [爐火純青], lit. the stove fire has turned bright green (allusion to Daoist alchemy) (idiom)...
        
        
        tíchún, [提純], to purify
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        chúnyīn, [純音], pure tone
        
        
        chúnjiǎn, [純鹼], sodium carbonate NáCǑ/soda ash/same as 碳酸鈉|碳酸钠
        
        chúnlì, [純利], net profit
        ZhāngChúnrú, [張純如], Iris Chang (1968-2004), Chinese American historian and author of the Rape of Nan...
        
        

        Qīng/qīng, abbr. for 青海[Qīng hǎi], Qinghai Province, nature's color/green or blue/greenish ...
        qīngshàonián, adolescent/youth/teenager
        qīngwā, frog/CL:隻|只[zhī]/(slang) ugly guy
        qīngnián, youth/youthful years/young person/the young
        qīngchūn, youth/youthfulness
        qīngchūnqī, puberty/adolescence
        
        niánqīng, youthful
        qīnglài, [青睞], to favor/to think highly of/one's good graces
        Qīngdǎo, [青島], Qingdao, subprovincial city in Shandong
        lìqīng, [瀝青], asphalt/bitumen/pitch
        qīngméisù, [青黴素], penicillin, penicillin
        qīngméizhúmǎ, [青梅竹馬], lit. green plums and hobby-horse (idiom)/fig. innocent children's games/childhoo...
        Qīngshān/qīngshān, Qingshan district of Wuhan city 武漢市|武汉市[Wǔ hàn shì], Hubei/Qingshan district of ...
        qīngtóng, [青銅], bronze (alloy of copper 銅|铜 and tin 錫|锡[xī])
        chángqīngténg, ivy
        Qīngwǎtái, [青瓦臺], Blue House (Cheong Wa Dae 청와대), residence of the president of South Korea in Seo...
        
        píngbùqīngyún, [平步青雲], to rapidly go up in the world/meteoric rise (of a career, social position etc)
        dōngqīng, holly
        qīngcài, green vegetables/Chinese cabbage
        xiǎoqīngnián, young person/youngster
        bíqīngliǎnzhǒng, [鼻青臉腫], a bloody nose and a swollen face/badly battered
        qīngcǎo, grass
        
        qīngguāngyǎn, glaucoma
        chuíqīng, to show appreciation for sb/to look upon sb with favor
        shāqīng, [殺青], to put the last hand to (a book, a film etc)/to finalize/to kill-green (a step i...
        wànniánqīng, [萬年青], Nippon lily (Rohdea japonica)
        qīngniánrén, young person/the young
        qīngchūndòu, acne
        míngchuíqīngshǐ, lit. reputation will go down in history (idiom); fig. achievements will earn ete...
        
        
        
        qīngshǐ, annal/historical record/CL:筆|笔[bǐ]
        qīngsè, cyan/blue-green
        qīngdòu, green soybean/green peas
        qīngjiāo, Capsicum annuum/green pepper
        qīngtiān, clear sky/blue sky/upright and honorable (official)
        chángqīng, evergreen
        
        
        qīngjīn, veins/blue veins
        lúhuǒchúnqīng, [爐火純青], lit. the stove fire has turned bright green (allusion to Daoist alchemy) (idiom)...
        qīngyú, [青魚], black carp (Mylopharyngodon piceus)/herring/mackerel
        
        
        qīngniántuán, [青年團], youth corps/youth wing of a political party
        qīngyún, [青雲], clear sky/fig. high official position/noble
        QīngLóng, [青龍], Azure Dragon, one of the four symbols of the Chinese constellations, also known ...
        
        qīngsī, [青絲], fine black hair/dried plum (sliced, as cake ingredient)
        
        tiěqīng, [鐵青], ashen
        qīngcuì, fresh and green/verdant
        qīngtái, moss/lichen
        qīngyúnzhíshàng, [青雲直上], rising straight up in a clear sky (idiom); rapid promotion to a high post/meteor...
        qīnghóngzàobái, [青紅皂白], the rights and wrongs of a matter (idiom)
        qīngtóngqì, [青銅器], bronze implement/refers to ancient bronze artifacts, from c. 2,000 BC
        Qīngtián, Qingtian county in Lishui 麗水|丽水[Lí shuǐ], Zhejiang
        
        diànqīng, indigo
        wūqīng, [烏青], bluish black/bruise/bruising/CL:塊|块[kuài]
        qīnghuā, blue and white (porcelain)
        
        qīnghuācí, blue and white porcelain
        qīngzhuàngnián, [青壯年], the prime of one's life
        
        
        
        
        qīngcōng, [青蔥], scallion/green onion/verdant/lush green
        
        
        
        
        zàngqīng, see 藏青色[zàng qīng sè]
        zhīqīng, educated youth (sent to work in farms during cultural revolution)
        
        tàqīng, lit. tread the green; go for a walk in the spring (when the grass has turned gre...
        
        qīngkē, highland barley (grown in Tibet and Qinghai)/qingke barley
        qīngcí, celadon (pottery)
        
        
        Qīngsēn, Aomori prefecture at the far north of Japan's main island Honshū 本州[Běn zhōu]
        qīngsōng, pine
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        qīngsuàn, garlic shoots and leaves
        
        
        
        JiāngQīng, Jiang Qing (1914-1991), Mao Zedong's fourth wife and leader of the Gang of Four
        
        
        

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