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        rěnshòu, to bear/to endure
        rěn, to bear/to endure/to tolerate/to restrain oneself
        cánrěn, [殘忍], cruel/mean/merciless/ruthless
        róngrěn, to put up with/to tolerate
        rěnbuzhù, cannot help/unable to bear
        rěnnài, to show restraint/to repress (anger etc)/to exercise patience
        rěnxīn, to have the heart to do sth/to steel oneself to a task
        nányǐrěnshòu, [難以忍受], hard to endure/unbearable
        rěnwúkěrěn, [忍無可忍], more than one can bear (idiom); at the end of one's patience/the last straw
        cǎnbùrěndǔ, [慘不忍睹], spectacle too horrible to endure (idiom); tragic sight/appalling scenes of devas...
        rěnqìtūnshēng, [忍氣吞聲], to submit to humiliation (idiom); to suffer in silence/to swallow one's anger/to...
        rěnnàilì, patience/fortitude
        rěntòng, to suffer/fig. reluctantly
        jiānrěn, [堅忍], persevering
        yǐnrěn, [隱忍], to bear patiently/to endure silently/to forbear
        rěnràng, [忍讓], to exercise forbearance/patient and accommodating
        rěnrǔfùzhòng, [忍辱負重], to endure humiliation as part of an important mission (idiom); to suffer in sile...
        rěndōng, honeysuckle/Lonicera japonica
        rěnjùnbùjīn, cannot help laughing/unable to restrain a smile
        bùrěn, cannot bear to/disturbed
        jiānrěnbùbá, [堅忍不拔], fortitude
        yúxīnbùrěn, [於心不忍], can't bear to
        rěntònggēài, [忍痛割愛], to resign oneself to part with what one treasures
        bùkānrěnshòu, unbearable
        kěróngrěn, tolerable
        tūnshēngrěnqì, [吞聲忍氣], see 忍氣吞聲|忍气吞声[rěn qì tūn shēng]
        hángòurěnrǔ, to bear shame and humiliation (idiom)
        hánrěnchǐrǔ, [含忍恥辱], to eat humble pie/to accept humiliation/to turn the other cheek
        qiángrěn, [強忍], to resist (with great difficulty)
        qiángrěnbēitòng, [強忍悲痛], to try hard to suppress one's grief (idiom)
        rěnjùn, smiling
        rěngòutōushēng, to bear humiliation to save one's skin (idiom)
        rěndezhù, to refrain/to be able to endure it
        rěnzhě, ninja
        RěnzhěShénguī, [忍者神龜], Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, US comic book series, first appeared in 1984, also...
        RěnzhěGuī, [忍者龜], Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Tw)/see 忍者神龜|忍者神龟[Rěn zhě Shén guī]
        rěnchǐ, [忍恥], to endure humiliation
        rěnrǔtōushēng, to bear humiliation to save one's skin (idiom)
        rěnrǔhángòu, to eat humble pie/to accept humiliation/to turn the other cheek
        rěnrǔqiúquán, to endure humiliation to preserve unity
饿         rěnjīáiè, [忍飢挨餓], starving/famished
        cǎnbùrěnwén, [慘不忍聞], too horrible to endure (idiom); tragic spectacle/appalling scenes of devastation
        wúfǎrěnshòu, [無法忍受], intolerable
        shìkěrěn,shúbùkěrěn, if this can be tolerated, what cannot? (idiom)/enough is enough
        wēnliángrěnràng, [溫良忍讓], submissive/accommodating
        HuǒyǐngRěnzhě, Naruto, manga and anime series
        àibùrěnshì, [愛不忍釋], to love sth too much to part with it (idiom)
        mùbùrěnjiàn, [目不忍見], lit. the eye cannot bear to see it (idiom); a scene too pitiful to behold
        mùbùrěnshì, [目不忍視], lit. the eye cannot bear to see it (idiom); a scene too pitiful to behold
        yǐnrěnbùfā, [隱忍不發], to keep one's emotions inside oneself/to restrain one's emotions
        yǐnrěnbùyán, [隱忍不言], to keep one's emotions inside oneself/to restrain one's emotions
        língróngrěn, zero tolerance

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