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        zhújiàn, [逐漸], gradually
        jiànjiàn, [漸漸], gradually
        jiān/jiàn, [漸], to imbue, gradual/gradually
        rìjiàn, [日漸], to progress (or increase, change etc) day by day/more (or better etc) with each ...
        xúnxùjiànjìn, [循序漸進], in sequence, step by step (idiom); to make steady progress incrementally
        jiànjìn, [漸進], progress step by step/gradual progress/to move forward (slowly)
        fángwēidùjiàn, [防微杜漸], to nip in the bud (idiom)
        jiànbiàn, [漸變], gradual change
        dùjiānfángméng, [杜漸防萌], to nip in the bud
        jiàndòngrénzhèng, [漸凍人症], amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), aka motor neurone disease (MND)
        jiànruò, [漸弱], to fade out/gradually weakening/diminuendo/decrescendo
        jiànkuài, [漸快], to speed up gradually/faster and faster/(music) accelerando
        jiànmàn, [漸慢], to slow down gradually/slower and slower/(music) decelerando/ritardando
        Jiànxīnshì, [漸新世], Oligocene (geological epoch from 34m-24m years ago)
        jiànxīntǒng, [漸新統], Oligocene system (geology)
        jiàncì, [漸次], gradually/one by one
        jiànxī, [漸稀], to thin out gradually/to become fainter and fainter
        jiànxíngjiànyuǎn, [漸行漸遠], gradually proceed, gradually get further apart
        jiànqū, [漸趨], to become more and more/to gradually become
        jiànjìn, [漸近], approximation
        jījiàn, [積漸], gradually
        zhújiànzēngjiā, [逐漸增加], to increase gradually/to build up
        zhújiànfèiqì, [逐漸廢棄], to abandon gradually

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