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        jiān, double/twice/simultaneous/holding two or more (official) posts at the same time
        jiānzhí, [兼職], to hold concurrent posts/concurrent job/moonlighting
        jiāngù, [兼顧], to attend simultaneously to two or more things/to balance (career and family, fa...
        jiānróng, compatible
        jiānbìng, [兼併], to annex/to take over/to acquire
        jiānjù, to combine/to have both
        jiānyǒu, to combine/to have both
        jiānbèi, [兼備], have both
        jiānrèn, to hold several jobs at once/concurrent post/working part-time
        jiānéryǒuzhī, to have both (at the same time)
        ruǎnyìngjiānshī, [軟硬兼施], use both carrot and stick/use gentle methods and force/an iron hand in a velvet ...
        pǐnxuéjiānyōu, [品學兼優], excelling both in morals and studies (idiom); top marks for studies and for beha...
        jiānyíng, [兼營], a second job/supplementary way of making a living
        rìyèjiānchéng, to travel day and night
        jiānróngbìngbāo, [兼容並包], to include and monopolize many things/all-embracing
        bùjiānróngxìng, incompatibility
        gōngsījiāngù, [公私兼顧], to adequately take into account both public and private interests
        jiānyōu, [兼優], an all-rounder/good at everything
        jiānróngxìng, compatibility
        jiānchāi, to moonlight/side job
        jiānbìngyǔshōugòu, [兼並與收購], mergers and acquisitions (M&A)
        jiānshōubìngxù, [兼收並蓄], incorporating diverse things (idiom)/eclectic/all-embracing
        jiānshī, using several (methods)
        jiānài, [兼愛], "universal love", principle advocated by Mozi 墨子[Mò zǐ], stressing that people s...
        jiānchéng, to travel at double speed/to make all haste
        jiānxù, to contain two things at a time/to mingle/to incorporate
        jiānkè, [兼課], to teach classes in addition to other duties/to hold several teaching jobs
        nèiwàijiānxiū, [內外兼修], (of a person) beautiful inside and out
        sījiāndǎo, [司兼導], driver-guide
        wánquánjiānróng, completely compatible
        décáijiānbèi, [德才兼備], having both integrity and talent (idiom)
        ēnwēijiānshī, to employ both kindness and severity (idiom)
        cáijiānwénwǔ, talent in both military and civil field (idiom)
        diàncíjiānróngxìng, [電磁兼容性], electromagnetic compatibility
        xiānghùjiānróng, mutually compatible
        tǒngchóujiāngù, [統籌兼顧], an overall plan taking into account all factors
        shēnjiān, holding two jobs simultaneously
        yúyǔxióngzhǎngbùkějiāndé, [魚與熊掌不可兼得], lit. the fish and the bear's paw, you can't have both at the same time (idiom, f...

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