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        jìxù, [繼續], to continue/to proceed with/to go on with
        jìchéng, [繼承], to inherit/to succeed to (the throne etc)/to carry on (a tradition etc)
        jìfù, [繼父], stepfather
        jì, [繼], to continue/to follow after/to go on with/to succeed/to inherit/then/afterwards
        jìchéngrén, [繼承人], heir/successor
        jìmǔ, [繼母], stepmother
        jìrèn, [繼任], to succeed sb in a job/successor
        yèyǐjìrì, [夜以繼日], night and day (idiom); continuous strenuous effort
        jìchéngquán, [繼承權], right of inheritance
        jìzǐ, [繼子], stepson
        zhōngjìzhàn, [中繼站], relay station
        xiāngjì, [相繼], in succession/following closely
        jìér, [繼而], then/afterwards
        jìwèi, [繼位], to succeed to the throne
        jìdiànqì, [繼電器], relay (electronics)
        guòjì, [過繼], to adopt/to give for adoption (usually to a childless relative)
        zhōngjì, [中繼], to relay/to repeat
        chéngjì, [承繼], adoption (e.g. of a nephew as a son)/to inherit
        qiánpūhòujì, [前仆後繼], one falls, the next follows (idiom); stepping into the breach to replace fallen ...
        qiánfùhòujì, [前赴後繼], to advance dauntlessly in wave upon wave (idiom)
        zhōngjìqì, [中繼器], repeater
        hòujìyǒurén, [後繼有人], to have qualified successors to carry on one's undertaking
        jìshì, [繼室], second wife (of a widower)
        jìwǎngkāilái, [繼往開來], to follow the past and herald the future (idiom); part of a historical transitio...
        jìpèi, [繼配], second wife (of a widower)
        zhōngjìzīliào, [中繼資料], metadata
        xīngmièjìjué, [興滅繼絕], lit. to restore the state and revive old families (idiom)/fig. to restore sth th...
        chūjì, [出繼], to become adopted as heir
        hòujìfárén, [後繼乏人], see 後繼無人|后继无人[hòu jì wú rén]
        hòujìwúrén, [後繼無人], to have no qualified successors to carry on one's undertaking
        duōduānzhōngjìqì, [多端中繼器], multiport repeater
        nǚjìchéngrén, [女繼承人], inheritress
        SūnJìhǎi, [孫繼海], Sun Jihai (1977-), Chinese footballer, played for Manchester City (2002-2008)
        zhēnzhōngjì, [幀中繼], frame relay
        XúJìyú, [徐繼畬], Xu Jiyu (1795-1873), Chinese geographer
        QīJìguāng, [戚繼光], Qi Jiguang (1528-1588), military leader
        féngāojìguǐ, [焚膏繼晷], to burn the midnight oil (idiom); to work continuously night and day
        jìqīn, [繼親], stepfamily/(old) stepmother/to marry
        jìrènzhě, [繼任者], successor
        jìhòu, [繼後], later/afterwards
        jìsì, [繼嗣], to continue/to continue a family line/posterity/heir
        jìnǚ, [繼女], stepdaughter/CL:個|个[gè],名[míng]
        jìzǐnǚ, [繼子女], stepchildren/adopted children
        jìchéngzhě, [繼承者], successor
        jìchéngyībō, [繼承衣缽], to take up sb's mantle/to follow in sb's steps
        jìwǔ, [繼武], to follow in the steps of one's predecessor
        jìfùmǔ, [繼父母], step-parents
        jìtǒng, [繼統], to succeed on the throne
        jìguǐ, [繼軌], to follow in the steps of
        jìshù, [繼述], (literary) to carry on/to inherit/to succeed
        xùnkuàngzhōngjì, [訊框中繼], frame relay (telecommunications)

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