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        zhōngyú, [終於], at last/in the end/finally/eventually
        zuìzhōng, [最終], final/ultimate
        zhōng, [終], end/finish
        shǐzhōng, [始終], from beginning to end/all along
        zhōngdiǎn, [終點], the end/end point/finishing line (in a race)/destination/terminus/CL:個|个[gè]
        zhōngjié, [終結], end/conclusion/to come to an end/to terminate (sth)
        zhōngshēn, [終身], lifelong/all one's life/marriage
        zhōngzhǐ, [終止], to stop/to terminate (law)
        zhōngjí, [終極], ultimate/final
        zhōngshēng, [終生], throughout one's life/lifetime/lifelong
        zhōngjiū, [終究], in the end/after all is said and done
        línzhōng, [臨終], approaching one's end/with one foot in the grave
        gàozhōng, [告終], to end/to reach an end
        zhōngduān, [終端], end/terminal
        zhōngrì, [終日], all day long
        zìshǐzhìzhōng, [自始至終], from start to finish (idiom)
        zhōngdiǎnzhàn, [終點站], terminus/final stop on rail or bus line
        zhōngchǎng, [終場], end (of a performance or sports match)/last round of testing in the imperial exa...
        niánzhōng, [年終], end of the year
        yǒushǐyǒuzhōng, [有始有終], where there's a start, there's a finish (idiom); to finish once one starts sth/t...
        shǐzhōngrúyī, [始終如一], unswerving from start to finish (idiom)
        shànshǐshànzhōng, [善始善終], where there's a start, there's a finish (idiom); to finish once one starts sth/t...
        zhōngliǎo, [終了], to end
寿         shòuzhōngzhèngqǐn, [壽終正寢], to die of old age/to die in one's bed at a ripe old age
        zhōngnián, [終年], entire year/throughout the year/age at death
        bùkězhōngrì, [不可終日], to be unable to carry on even for a single day/to be in a desperate situation
        sòngzhōng, [送終], to pay one's last respects
        qīzhōng, [期終], end of a fixed term
        zhōngshěn, [終審], final ruling
        niánzhōngjiǎng, [年終獎], year-end bonus
        yǒushǐwúzhōng, [有始無終], to start but not finish (idiom); to fail to carry things through/lack of stickin...
        zhōngshēndàshì, [終身大事], major turning point of lifelong import (esp. marriage)
        shǐzhōngbùyú, [始終不渝], unswerving/unflinching
        cóngyīérzhōng, [從一而終], faithful unto death (i.e. Confucian ban on widow remarrying)
        zhōngjú, [終局], endgame/conclusion/outcome/final part of a chess game
        zhōngjiǔ, [終久], in the end/eventually
        yīrìwéishī,zhōngshēnwéifù, [一日為師,終身為父], lit. teacher for one day, father for ever (idiom)
        bùzhōngtiānnián, [不終天年], to die before one's allotted lifespan has run its course (idiom)
怀         línzhōngguānhuái, [臨終關懷], palliative care
        wéidébùzhōng, [為德不終], to start on virtue but give up (idiom); to fail to carry things through/lack of ...
        yǐshībàiérgàozhōng, [以失敗而告終], to succeed through failure/to achieve one's final aim despite apparent setback
        yǎnglǎosòngzhōng, [養老送終], to look after one's aged parents and arrange proper burial after they die
        jùzhōng, [劇終], The End (appearing at the end of a movie etc)
        yǎzhōngduān, [啞終端], dumb terminal
        shǒuyīérzhōng, [守一而終], to be faithful to one's mate all one's life
寿         shòuzhōng, [壽終], to die of old age/to live to a ripe old age/(fig.) (of sth) to come to an end (a...
        yōukǔyǐzhōng, [憂苦以終], worried to death (idiom)
        qíngdìngzhōngshēn, [情定終身], to pledge eternal love (idiom)/to exchange marriage vows
        shènzhōngzhuīyuǎn, [慎終追遠], to pay careful attention to one's parents' funerary rites
        wújíérzhōng, [無疾而終], to die peacefully/(fig.) to result in failure (without any outside interference)...
        qǔzhōngzòuyǎ, [曲終奏雅], perfect finish (idiom)
        ZuìzhōngHuànxiǎng, [最終幻想], Final Fantasy (video game)
        yǒuqíngrénzhōngchéngjuànshǔ, [有情人終成眷屬], love will find a way (idiom)
        sīdìngzhōngshēng, [私定終身], to make a pledge to be married, without parents' approval
        zhōngchǎnwù, [終產物], end product
        zhōngFù, [終傅], last rites (Christian ceremony)
        Zhōngnán, [終南], Zhongnan mountains, near Xi'an
        ZhōngnánShān, [終南山], Zhongnan Mountains, near Xi'an/also known as the Taiyi Mountains
        zhōngnánjiéjìng, [終南捷徑], lit. Mt Zhongnan is a shortcut to a ministerial job (idiom); fig. to take a shor...
        zhōngchǎngluóshēng, [終場鑼聲], the final bell (esp. in sports competition)
        zhōngshēng, [終聲], final (i.e. final consonant or stop of some syllables in Asian phonetics)
        zhōngtiān, [終天], all day long/all one's life
        zhōngtiānzhīhèn, [終天之恨], eternal regret
        zhōngshěnfǎyuàn, [終審法院], Court of Final Appeal
        zhōngniánjīxuě, [終年積雪], permanent snow cover
        zhōngchéngpàoyǐng, [終成泡影], to come to nothing (idiom)
        zhōngchéngjuànshǔ, [終成眷屬], see 有情人終成眷屬|有情人终成眷属[yǒu qíng rén zhōng chéng juàn shǔ]
        zhōngzhàn, [終戰], end of the war
        zhōngqī, [終期], terminal/final
        zhōngqīái, [終期癌], terminal cancer
        zhōngdiǎndìzhǐ, [終點地址], destination address
线         zhōngdiǎnxiàn, [終點線], finishing line
        zhōngshēngbànlǚ, [終生伴侶], lifelong partner or companion
        zhōngduānjī, [終端機], terminal
        zhōngduānyònghù, [終端用戶], end user
        zhōnglǎo, [終老], to spend one's last years
        zhōngérfùshǐ, [終而復始], lit. the end comes back to the start (idiom); the wheel comes full circle
        zhōngshēnfèng, [終身俸], (Tw) retirement pay/pension
        zhōngshēnjiānjìn, [終身監禁], life sentence
        zhìshǐzhìzhōng, [至始至終], from start to finish
        guànchèshǐzhōng, [貫徹始終], to follow through/to carry through to the end
        lùshangbǐzhōngdiǎngèngyǒuyìyì, [路上比終點更有意義], The road means more than the destination./It is better to travel hopefully than ...
        guòchéngbǐzhōngdiǎngèngměi, [過程比終點更美], The process is more beautiful than the outcome./It is better to travel hopefully...
        xiázhōng, [遐終], forever
        mǐbùyǒuchū,xiǎnkèyǒuzhōng, [靡不有初,鮮克有終], almost everything has a start, but not many things have an end (idiom); don't st...
        bǎoshízhōngrì, [飽食終日], to spend the whole day eating (i.e. not doing any work)
        bǎoshízhōngrì,wúsuǒyòngxīn, [飽食終日,無所用心], to eat three square meals a day and do no work (idiom)/to be sated with food and...

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