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        bìxū, [必須], to have to/must/compulsory/necessarily
        bìyào, necessary/essential/indispensable/required
        bùbì, need not/does not have to/not necessarily
        bì, certainly/must/will/necessarily
        bìxū, to need/to require/essential/indispensable
        hébì, there is no need/why should
        bìrán, inevitable/certain/necessity
        wèibì, not necessarily/maybe not
        bìdìng, to be bound to/to be sure to
        wùbì, [務必], must/to need to/to be sure to
        xiǎngbì, presumably/probably/in all likelihood/surely
        bìjiāng, [必將], inevitably
        bìxūpǐn, necessity/essential (thing)
        bìbèi, [必備], essential
        bùbìyào, needless/unnecessary
        bìjīng, [必經], unavoidable/the only (road, entrance etc)
        bìbùkěshǎo, absolutely necessary/indispensable/essential
        shìbì, [勢必], to be bound to/undoubtedly will
        fēnmiǎobìzhēng, [分秒必爭], seize every minute and second (idiom); not a minute to lose/every moment counts
        bìyàoxìng, necessity
        shìzàibìxíng, [勢在必行], circumstances require action (idiom); absolutely necessary/imperative
        yǒuqiúbìyìng, [有求必應], to grant whatever is asked for/to accede to every plea
        chēdàoshānqiánbìyǒulù, [車到山前必有路], When we get to the mountain, there'll be a way through (俗话 common saying). fig. ...
        bìyàotiáojiàn, [必要條件], requirement/necessary condition (math)
        Hūbìliè, Khubilai Khan (1215-1294), grandson of Genghis Khan 成吉思汗, first Yuan dynasty emp...
        shìbìgōngqīn, [事必躬親], to attend to everything personally
        bìxiūkè, [必修課], required course/compulsory course
        bìděi, must/have to
        wùjíbìfǎn, [物極必反], when things reach an extreme, they can only move in the opposite direction (idio...
        bìxiū, a required course
        zìbùbìshuō, [自不必說], to not need dwell on (idiom)
        bìyóuzhīlù, the road one must follow or take/the only way
        zīzhūbìjiào, [錙銖必較], to haggle over every cent (idiom)
        bìbùkěquē, see 必不可少[bì bù kě shǎo]
        sānrénxíng,zébìyǒuwǒshī, [三人行,則必有我師], If three walk together, one of them can teach me sth (Confucius)
        sānrénxíng,bìyǒuwǒshī, [三人行,必有我師], lit. if three walk together, one can be my teacher (idiom, from the Analects of ...
        liǎnghǔxiāngzhēng,bìyǒuyīshāng, [兩虎相爭,必有一傷], if two tigers fight, one must get injured (idiom); if you start a war, someone i...
        liǎnghǔxiāngdòu,bìyǒuyīshāng, [兩虎相鬥,必有一傷], When two tigers fight, one will get injured (idiom). If it comes to a fight, som...
        shìbìyǒuzhào, future events always have an omen (idiom)
        rénwúyuǎnlǜ,bìyǒujìnyōu, [人無遠慮,必有近憂], He who gives no thought to far-flung problems soon finds suffering nearby (idiom...
        shìzàibìdé, [勢在必得], to be determined to win (idiom)
        āibīngbìshèng, [哀兵必勝], an army burning with righteous indignation is bound to win (idiom)
        duōxíngbùyìbìzìbì, [多行不義必自斃], persisting in evil brings about self-destruction (idiom)
        dàkěbùbì, need not/unnecessary
        xiǎoshíliǎoliǎo,dàwèibìjiā, [小時了了,大未必佳], being bright at an early age does not necessarily bring success upon growing up ...
        bìbùkěshǎozǔchéng, [必不可少組成], absolute necessity/sine qua non
        BìhuóBìtuò, BHP Billiton (Anglo-Australian mining corporation)
        Bìyìng, [必應], Bing (search engine)
        bìgōngbìjìng, variant of 畢恭畢敬|毕恭毕敬[bì gōng bì jìng]
        bìyǒuzhòngxiè, [必有重謝], (we) will be very grateful (if …)
        bìsǐzhīzhèng, terminal illness/incurable condition (also fig.)
        bìránwángguó, [必然王國], realm of necessity (philosophy)
        bìránjiéguǒ, [必然結果], inevitable outcome/inescapable consequence
        bìjīngzhīlù, [必經之路], the road one must follow or take/the only way/same as 必由之路[bì yóu zhī lù]
        BìshèngKè, [必勝客], Pizza Hut
        jìyǒujīnrìhébìdāngchū, [既有今日何必當初], see 早知今日何必當初|早知今日何必当初[zǎo zhī jīn rì hé bì dāng chū]
        zǎozhījīnrìhébìdāngchū, [早知今日何必當初], if I (you, she, he...) had known it would come to this, I (you, she, he...) woul...
        zhìzhěqiānlǜ,bìyǒuyīshī, [智者千慮,必有一失], lit. a wise person reflecting a thousand times can still make a mistake (idiom);...
        yǒuqíshī,bìyǒuqítú, [有其師,必有其徒], As the teacher, so the pupil. (idiom)
        yǒuqífùbìyǒuqízǐ, like father, like son (idiom)
        yǒubǎohébìrénqiánkuā, [有寶何必人前誇], There is no need to boast about one's treasures. (idiom)
        yǒusuǒdébìyǒusuǒshī, there is no gain without a loss (idiom)/there is no such thing as a free meal
        wèibìjiàndé, [未必見得], not necessarily/that's not sure
        yùshànqíshì,bìxiānlìqíqì, To do a good job, an artisan needs the best tools (idiom). Good tools are prereq...
        shēnghuóbìxūpǐn, life's necessities
        kòngxuéláifēngwèibìwúyīn, [空穴來風未必無因], wind does not come from an empty cave without reason/there's no smoke without fi...
        SūbìlìěrHú, [蘇必利爾湖], Lake Superior, one of the Great Lakes 五大湖[Wǔ dà hú]
        DǒngBìwǔ, Dong Biwu (1886-1975), one of the founders of the Chinese communist party
        yánbìxìn,xíngbìguǒ, one must be a man of his word and resolute in his work (proverb)
        yīndébìyǒuyángbào, [陰德必有陽報], hidden merits will have visible rewards (idiom)
        fēibìyào, inessential/unnecessary
        fēibìxū, inessential

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