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[營養] yíngyǎng nutrition
nourishment
CL:種
>种[zhǒng]

Character Composition

Character Compounds

Word Compounds


        yíngdì, [營地], camp
        jīngyíng, [經營], to engage in (business etc)/to run/to operate
        yíng, [營], camp/barracks/battalion/to build/to operate/to manage/to strive for
        lùyíng, [露營], to camp out/camping
        yíngjiù, [營救], to rescue
        yíngyǎng, [營養], nutrition/nourishment/CL:種|种[zhǒng]
        yěyíng, [野營], to camp/field lodgings
        yíngyè, [營業], to do business/to trade
        xiàlìngyíng, [夏令營], summer camp
        jízhōngyíng, [集中營], concentration camp
        yíngxiāo, [營銷], marketing
        zhènyíng, [陣營], group of people/camp/faction/sides in a dispute
        yùnyíng, [運營], to operate/to be in operation/to be in motion/to do business/scheduled service (...
        yíngzào, [營造], to build (housing)/to construct/to make
        jūnyíng, [軍營], barracks/army camp
        dàběnyíng, [大本營], headquarters/base camp
        bīngyíng, [兵營], military camp/barracks
        nànmínyíng, [難民營], refugee camp
        zhāyíng, [紮營], to camp/to pitch camp/stationed/quartered/Taiwan pr. [zhá yíng]
        
        yíngfáng, [營房], barracks/living quarters
        sīyíng, [私營], privately-owned/private
        
        yíngyèé, [營業額], sum or volume of business/turnover
宿         sùyíngdì, [宿營地], location of camp
        
        yínglì, [營利], for profit/to seek profit
        jīngyíngzhě, [經營者], executive/manager/transactor
宿         sùyíng, [宿營], living quarters/accommodation/camp
        yíngshēng, [營生], to earn a living/a livelihood
        kǔxīnjīngyíng, [苦心經營], to build up an enterprise through painstaking efforts
        yíngyǎngyè, [營養液], nutrient fluid
        yíngyùn, [營運], running/operation (of airport, bus service, business etc)
        
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        yíngyǎngshī, [營養師], nutritionist/dietitian
        yíngyǎngxué, [營養學], nutrition
        ānyíngzhāzhài, [安營紮寨], to set up camp/Taiwan pr. [ān yíng zhá zhài]
        yíngyèyuán, [營業員], clerk/shop assistant/CL:個|个[gè]
        
        
        zhuānyíng, [專營], special trade/monopoly
        
        báyíng, [拔營], to strike camp
        
        yíngzhǎng, [營長], battalion commander
        liányíng, [聯營], joint venture/under joint management
        díyíng, [敵營], enemy camp
        zhuānyíngdiàn, [專營店], exclusive agency/franchised shop/authorized store
        yíngyǎngpǐn, [營養品], nourishment/nutrient
        Dōngyíng, [東營], Dongying prefecture level city in Shandong
        
        
        ānyíng, [安營], pitch a camp/camp
        guóyíng, [國營], state-run (company etc)/nationalized
        jiānyíng, [兼營], a second job/supplementary way of making a living
        
        
        cǎndànjīngyíng, [慘淡經營], to manage by painstaking effort (idiom)
        bùbùwéiyíng, [步步為營], to advance gradually and entrench oneself at every step/to consolidate at every ...
        mínyíng, [民營], privately run (i.e. by a company, not the state)
        jiédǎngyíngsī, [結黨營私], to gang up for personal interest (idiom)/to form a clique
        mínyínghuà, [民營化], privatization
        
        
        zìyíng, [自營], self-operated/to operate one's own business
        
        
        yínglěi, [營壘], army camp
        gōngyíng, [公營], public/publicly (owned, financed, operated etc)/run by the state
        
        yíngzhài, [營寨], barracks
        
        
        
        
        

        yǎng, [養], to raise (animals)/to bring up (children)/to keep (pets)/to support/to give birt...
        shōuyǎng, [收養], to adopt a child/adoption
        fǔyǎng, [撫養], to foster/to bring up/to raise
        lǐngyǎng, [領養], adoption/to adopt (a child)
        péiyǎng, [培養], to cultivate/to breed/to foster/to nurture/to educate/to groom (for a position)/...
        yíngyǎng, [營養], nutrition/nourishment/CL:種|种[zhǒng]
        yǎnghuo, [養活], to provide for/to keep (animals, a family etc)/to raise animals/to feed and clot...
        jiàoyǎng, [教養], to train/to educate/to bring up/to nurture/education/culture/upbringing/early co...
        yǎnglǎojīn, [養老金], pension
        yǎngyù, [養育], to rear/to bring up/to nurture
        yǎnglǎoyuàn, [養老院], nursing home
        
        shànyǎngfèi, [贍養費], alimony/child support/maintenance allowance
        yǎngjiā, [養家], to support a family/to raise a family
        jìyǎng, [寄養], to place in the care of sb (a child, pet etc)/to foster/to board out
        wèiyǎng, [餵養], to feed (a child, domestic animal etc)/to keep/to raise (an animal)
        bǎoyǎng, [保養], to take good care of (or conserve) one's health/to keep in good repair/to mainta...
        liáoyǎng, [療養], to get well/to heal/to recuperate/to convalesce/convalescence/to nurse
        
        yǎnglǎo, [養老], to provide for the elderly (family members)/to enjoy a life in retirement
        yǎngfù, [養父], foster father/adoptive father
        sìyǎng, [飼養], to raise/to rear
        xiūyǎng, [休養], to recuperate/to recover/to convalesce
        gōngyǎng/gòngyǎng, [供養], to supply/to provide for one's elders/to support one's parents, to make offering...
        xiūyǎng, [修養], accomplishment/training/self-cultivation
        yǎngchéng, [養成], to cultivate/to raise/to form (a habit)/to acquire
        yǎngzǐ, [養子], adopted son/foster son
        
        péiyǎngmǐn, [培養皿], Petri dish
        
        yǎngmǔ, [養母], foster mother/adoptive mother
        yǎngjīchǎng, [養雞場], chicken farm
        fǔyǎngfèi, [撫養費], child support payment (after a divorce)
        yǎngnǚ, [養女], adopted daughter
        zīyǎng, [滋養], to nourish
        jiāoshēngguànyǎng, [嬌生慣養], pampered and spoiled since childhood
        
        shànyǎng, [贍養], to support/to provide support for/to maintain
        jìngyǎng, [靜養], to convalesce/to recuperate/to fully relax
        yǎngfèn, [養分], nutrient
        yǎngbìng, [養病], to recuperate/to convalesce/to take care of one's health after illness
        sìyǎngyuán, [飼養員], zookeeper/stockman/breeder (of livestock, dogs or poultry etc)
        shēngyǎng, [生養], to bring up (children)/to raise/to bear
        
        yíngyǎngyè, [營養液], nutrient fluid
        yǎngjīngxùruì, [養精蓄銳], to preserve and nurture one's spirit (idiom); honing one's strength for the big ...
        sùyǎng, [素養], (personal) accomplishment/attainment in self-cultivation
        yǎngzhí, [養殖], to cultivate/cultivation/to further/to encourage
        xùnyǎng, [馴養], to domesticate/to raise and train
        fúyǎng, [扶養], to foster/to bring up/to raise
        
        
        yíngyǎngshī, [營養師], nutritionist/dietitian
        
        yǎngshén, [養神], to rest/to recuperate/to regain composure
        yǎngliào, [養料], nutriment/nourishment
        
        yíngyǎngxué, [營養學], nutrition
        yǎngzūnchǔyōu, [養尊處優], to live like a prince (idiom)
        yǎnghù, [養護], to maintain/to conserve/curing (concrete etc)
        fàngyǎng, [放養], to breed (livestock, fish, crops etc)/to grow/to raise
        
        
        yǎngshēng, [養生], to maintain good health/to raise a child or animal/curing (of concrete etc)
        
        péiyǎngyè, [培養液], culture fluid (in biological lab.)
        tiáoyǎng, [調養], to take care of (sb's health)/to nurse
        xiūyǎngshēngxī, [休養生息], to recover/to recuperate
        
        yíyǎng, [頤養], to look after one's health/to keep fit
        hányǎng, [涵養], to conserve (e.g. water)/self-restraint/self-possession
        
        huànyǎng, [豢養], to keep (an animal)/to look after the needs of (a person or an animal)/(fig.) to...
        yǎngshēngzhīdào, [養生之道], the way of maintaining good health
        gūxīyǎngjiān, [姑息養奸], to tolerate is to nurture an evildoer (idiom); spare the rod and spoil the child
        yíngyǎngpǐn, [營養品], nourishment/nutrient
        
        zìyǎng, [自養], self-sustaining/economically independent (of state aid, foreign subsidy etc)
        
        péiyǎngjī, [培養基], culture medium
        
        
        
        
        
        yǎngyán, [養顏], to nourish one's skin/to maintain a youthful appearance
        
        
        
        tāoguāngyǎnghuì, [韜光養晦], lit. to cover light and nurture in the dark (idiom); to conceal one's strengths ...
        
        
        
        tóngyǎngxí, [童養媳], child bride/girl adopted into a family as future daughter-in-law
        yǎngzhíyè, [養殖業], cultivation industry

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