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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]
        Rén/rèn, surname Ren/Ren County 任縣|任县[Rén Xiàn] in Hebei, to assign/to appoint/to take up...
        qiánrèn, predecessor/ex-/former/ex (spouse etc)
        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/(job) appointment/CL:紙|纸[zhǐ]
        rènyì, any/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/previous (incumbent)/predecessor
        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/regardless of
        xiànrèn, [現任], to occupy a post currently/current (president etc)/incumbent/(coll.) current boy...
        zérènxīn, [責任心], sense of responsibility
        rènqī, term of office/CL:屆|届[jiè]/tenure (entire period in office)
        liánrèn, [連任], to continue in (a political) office/to serve for another term of office
        zhòngrèn, heavy responsibility
        jìrèn, [繼任], to 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)
        jiērèn, to take over (as minister, manager etc)
        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 hold a teaching position
        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 work hard without complaint (idiom)
        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 (sth happen)/to allow (sb to do sth)/to submit to/to yield
        zérènrén, [責任人], responsible person/coordinator
        lìrèn, [歷任], (of one person) to hold the successive posts of/(of several persons) the success...
        rènkè, [任課], to give classes/to work as a teacher
        xīnguānshàngrènsānbǎhuǒ, (of a newly appointed official) to make bold changes on assuming office (idiom)
        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
        hòurèn, [後任], successor/(attributive) future
        shírèn, [時任], then (as in "the then chairman")
        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
        bùxìnrèndòngyì, [不信任動議], motion of no confidence (against the government, in parliamentary debates)
        bùxìnrèntóupiào, vote of no-confidence
        bùxìnrènàn, no-confidence motion
        zhuānrèn, [專任], full-time/to appoint sb to a specific task
        wéijǐrèn, [為己任], to make it one's business/to take upon oneself to
        rènyīge, [任一個], any one of (a list of possibilities)
        RénqiūShì, Renqiu county level city in Cangzhou 滄州|沧州[Cāng zhōu], Hebei
        rènshì, appointment to an important post
        rènrén, to appoint (sb to a post)
        rèncóng, [任從], at one's discretion
        rènlìng, to allow (sth to happen)
        rènxiá, [任俠], chivalrous/helping the weak for the sake of justice
便         rènbiàn, as you see fit/to do as one likes
        rènmiǎn, to appoint and dismiss
        rènnèi, [任內], period in office
        rènwulán, [任務欄], taskbar (computing)
        RénXiàn, [任縣], Ren county in Xingtai 邢台[Xíng tái], Hebei
        rèntīng, [任聽], to allow (sb to act arbitrarily)/to let sb have his head
        rènmìngzhuàng, [任命狀], certificate of appointment (to government office)
        rènjiù, to take the blame
        Rènchéng, Rencheng district of Jining city 濟寧市|济宁市, Shandong
        Rènchéngqū, [任城區], Rencheng district of Jining city 濟寧市|济宁市, Shandong
        RénĀn, Ren An (-c. 90 BC), Han Dynasty general, also called Ren Shaoqing 任少卿
        rènsuǒ, one's office/place where one holds a post
        rènqì, [任氣], to act on impulse
        rènzhíqījiān, [任職期間], term of office/while holding a post
        rèndàn, [任誕], dissipated/unruly
使         rènxiánshǐnéng, [任賢使能], to appoint the virtuous and use the able (idiom); appointment on the basis of ab...
        RénDáhuá, [任達華], Simon Yam Tat-Wah (1955-), Hong Kong actor and film producer
        rènzhòng, a load/a heavy burden
        rènsuí, [任隨], to allow (sb to have his head)/to let things happen
        qǐyèshèhuìzérèn, [企業社會責任], corporate social responsibility (CSR)
        hòurèn, -elect/designate/(i.e. elected or appointed but not yet installed)
        chōngrèn, to fill a post/to act as
        fùzhǔrèn, deputy director/assistant head
        lìbùshèngrèn, [力不勝任], not to be up to the task (idiom)/incompetent
        shòurèn, appointment (to a job)/to be appointed (to high office)/to accept an appointment...
        kěxìnrèn, trusty
        WúRènchén, [吳任臣], Wu Renchen (1628-1689), Qing dynasty polymath and historian, author of History o...
        duōrènwuchǔlǐ, [多任務處理], multitasking (computing)
        fùnǚzhǔrèn, [婦女主任], director of the local committee of the Women's Federation
        wěirèntǒngzhì, [委任統治], mandate (territory administration)
        KǒngShàngrèn, Kong Shangren (1648-1718), Qing dramatist and poet, author of The Peach Blossom ...
        SòngRènqióng, [宋任窮], Song Renqiong (1909-2005), general of the People's Liberation Army
        chángrènlǐshìguó, [常任理事國], permanent member state (of UN Security Council)
        zǒngtǒngrènqī, [總統任期], presidential term of office/presidency
        Jiéěrrènsīkè, [捷爾任斯克], Dzerzhinsk, Russian city
        shòurèn, appointment (to a job)/to be appointed (to high office)/to accept an appointment...
        tírèn, to promote and appoint
        fàngrènzhèngcè, laissez-faire policy/non-interference
        wúrèn, [無任], extremely (pleased, grateful etc)
        wúrèngǎnjī, [無任感激], deeply obliged
        yǒuzérèn, [有責任], liable/responsible
        mòrèn, (of the holder of an official post which no longer exists) the last (incumbent)
        mínshìzérèn, [民事責任], civil liability (law)
        fǎlǜzérèn, [法律責任], legal responsibility/liability
        pàirèn, to set apart/to assign sb to a job
        tèrèn, special appointment
        TèbiéRènwulián, [特別任務連], Special Duties Unit, Hong Kong special police
        zhīrénshànrèn, expert at appointing people according to their abilities (idiom)/to put the righ...
        jìrènzhě, [繼任者], successor
        shèngrènnénglì, [勝任能力], competency
        róngrèn, [榮任], to be appointed or elevated to a post
        lìrèn, [蒞任], to attend/to take office/to be present (in administrative capacity)
        cíhuìpànduànrènwu, [詞彙判斷任務], lexical decision task (psychology)
        fùyǒuzérèn, [負有責任], at fault/blamed for/responsible (for a blunder or crime)
        fùzérèn, [負責任], to take responsibility/to bear responsibility/to be responsible
        zérènzhì, [責任制], system of job responsibility
        zǒumǎdàorèn, [走馬到任], to ride to take up an official appointment (idiom); to take on a job with alacri...
        zǒumǎfùrèn, [走馬赴任], to ride to take up an official appointment (idiom); to take on a job with alacri...
        ZhàoYuánrèn, [趙元任], Yuen Ren Chao (1892-1982), Chinese-American linguist
        lúnrèn, [輪任], rotating appointment (e.g. presidency of EU)
        círèn, [辭任], to resign (a position)
        liándàizérèn, [連帶責任], to bear joint responsibility for sth/joint liability (law)
退         tuìrèn, to retire/to leave one's position
        táobìzérèn, [逃避責任], to evade responsibility/to shirk
        fēiyìrénrèn, [非異人任], to bear one's own responsibilities and not pass them to others (idiom)

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