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        zhīyuán, to provide assistance/to support/to back
        jiùyuán, to save/to support/to help/to assist
        yuánzhù, to help/to support/to aid/aid/assistance
        hòuyuán, [後援], reinforcement/back-up/supporting force
        zēngyuán, to reinforce
        yuán, to help/to assist/to aid
        yuánjiù, to come to the aid of/to save/to rescue from danger/to relieve
        gūlìwúyuán, [孤立無援], isolated and without help
        qiúyuán, to ask for help
        yuánbīng, reinforcement
        wàiyuán, external help/foreign aid
        yuányǐn, to quote/to cite/to recommend (one's friend's, associates etc)
        shēngyuán, [聲援], to support (a cause)
        pānyuán, to climb up (a rope etc)/climbing (plant)
        àoyuán, [奧援], hidden ally/powerful support/support/backup
        réndàojiùyuán, humanitarian aid
        jūnshìyuánzhù, [軍事援助], military aid
        wéichéngdǎyuán, [圍城打援], to besiege and strike the relief force (idiom); strategy of surrounding a unit t...
        bèiyuán, [備援], backup (Tw)
        yìngyuán, [應援], (originally) to provide assistance/(more recently) to show one's support (for a ...
        dànjìnyuánjué, [彈盡援絕], out of ammunition and no hope of reinforcements (idiom); in desperate straits
        jìshùyuánzhù, [技術援助], technical assistance
        kàngMěiyuánCháo, Resist US, help North Korea (1950s slogan)
        yuánjiāo, abbr. for 援助交際|援助交际[yuán zhù jiāo jì]
        yuánjiāomèi, prostitute (slang)/see also 援助交際|援助交际[yuán zhù jiāo jì]
        yuánjiāoxiǎojie, girl who engages in enjo-kōsai/see also 援助交際|援助交际[yuán zhù jiāo jì]
        yuánzhùzhīshǒu, a helping hand
        yuánzhùjiāojì, [援助交際], Enjo-kōsai or "compensated dating", a practice which originated in Japan where o...
        yuánzhùjīgòu, [援助機構], relief agency/emergency service/rescue organisation
        yuánshǒu, assistance/a helping hand/to lend a hand
        yuányòng, to quote/to cite
        yuánZàng, pro-Tibet/to support Tibet/to support Tibetan independence
        jiùyuánduì, [救援隊], rescue team
        wúyuán, [無援], without support/helpless
        pànyuán, domineering/tyrannical
        qǐngyuán, [請援], to request help/to appeal (for assistance)
        fánghuàjiùyuán, antichemical rescue
        zǔyuán, to block reinforcements
        chíyuán, [馳援], to rush to the rescue

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