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        xī, dusk/evening/Taiwan pr. [xì]
        wēizàidànxī, in imminent peril (idiom)/on the brink of crisis
        qiánxī, eve/the day before
        xīyáng, [夕陽], sunset/the setting sun
        Chúxī, lunar New Year's Eve
        Bīnxīfǎníyàzhōu, [賓夕法尼亞州], Pennsylvania
西         xīyángxīxià, [夕陽西下], the sun sets in the west (idiom)
        zhāoxī, morning and night/all the time
        yīzhāoyīxī, lit. one morning and one evening (idiom)/fig. in a short period of time/overnigh...
        zhāobùbǎoxī, at dawn, not sure of lasting to evening (idiom); precarious state/imminent crisi...
        xīzhào, glow of the setting sun
        Qīxī, double seven festival, evening of seventh of lunar seventh month/girls' festival...
        Qīxījié, [七夕節], Qixi Festival or Double Seven Festival on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month/gir...
        WànshèngjiéQiánxī, [萬聖節前夕], All Saints' Eve/Halloween
        zhǐzhēngdànxī, [只爭旦夕], see 只爭朝夕|只争朝夕[zhǐ zhēng zhāo xī]
        zhǐzhēngzhāoxī, [只爭朝夕], to seize every minute (idiom)/to make the best use of one's time
        mìngzàidànxī, to be at death's door (idiom)
        Shèngdànqiánxī, [聖誕前夕], Christmas eve
        xīyángchǎnyè, [夕陽產業], sunset industry/declining industry
        Bīnxīfǎníyà, [賓夕法尼亞], Pennsylvania
        BīnxīfǎníyàDàxué, [賓夕法尼亞大學], University of Pennsylvania
        xiǎochúxī, the day before New Year's Eve
        xīnniánqiánxī, New Year's eve
        yuèxī, Mid-autumn Festival on lunar 15th August
        zhāobùlǜxī, [朝不慮夕], at dawn, not sure of lasting to evening (idiom); precarious state/imminent crisi...
        zhāoqiánxītì, cautious and diligent all day long (idiom)
        zhāolìngxīgǎi, to make frequent or unpredictable changes in policy (idiom)
        Zhāohuāxīshī, "Dawn Blossoms Plucked at Dusk", a collection of autobiographical essays by Lu X...
        zhāoguòxīgǎi, [朝過夕改], to correct in the evening a fault of the morning (idiom)/to quickly amend one's ...
        zhāowénxīgǎi, [朝聞夕改], lit. heard in the morning and changed by the evening/to correct an error very qu...
        zhāoyōngxīsūn, lit. breakfast in the morning and supper in the evening (idiom)/fig. to do nothi...
        huāzhāoyuèxī, a beautiful day/cf Birthday of the Flowers on lunar 15th February and Mid-autumn...

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