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        qíngxù, [情緒], mood/state of mind/moodiness/CL:種|种[zhǒng]
        tóuxù, [頭緒], outline/main threads
        jiùxù, [就緒], to be ready/to be in order
        qíngxùhuà, [情緒化], emotional/sentimental
        sīxù, [思緒], train of thought/emotional state/mood/feeling
        nàoqíngxù, [鬧情緒], to be in a bad mood
        xù, [緒], beginnings/clues/mental state/thread
        xīnxù, [心緒], state of mind/mood
        qiāntóuwànxù, [千頭萬緒], plethora of things to tackle/multitude of loose ends/very complicated/chaotic
        chóuxù, [愁緒], melancholy
        yīqièjiùxù, [一切就緒], everything in its place and ready (idiom)
        yúxù, [餘緒], vestigial residue/a throwback (to a former age)
        Guāngxù, [光緒], reign name of penultimate Qing emperor Guangxu or Guang-hsu (1875-1908)
        Guāngxùdì, [光緒帝], Guangxu Emperor
        biéxù, [別緒], emotions at time of parting
        xīnxùbùjiā, [心緒不佳], out of sorts/gloomy
        xīnxùbùníng, [心緒不寧], unquiet state of mind
        qíngxùshāngshù, [情緒商數], emotional quotient (EQ)/emotional IQ
        qíngxùzhìshāng, [情緒智商], emotional intelligence (EQ)
        qíngxùzhuàngtài, [情緒狀態], emotional state
        Yìdìxùyǔ, [意第緒語], Yiddish language
        zhíxíngxù, [執行緒], (Tw) (computing) thread
        YīnHóngxù, [殷弘緒], François Xavier d'Entrecolles (1664-1741), French Jesuit missionary to Kangxi co...
        mínzúzhǔyìqíngxù, [民族主義情緒], nationalist feelings/nationalist sentiment
        líqíngbiéxù, [離情別緒], sad feeling at separation (idiom)
        duānxù, [端緒], start and development/thread (of a story)/general outline/clue
        Suǒxùěr, [索緒爾], Saussure (name)
        xùyán, [緒言], see 緒論|绪论[xù lùn]
        xùlùn, [緒論], introduction/introductory chapter
        zìbēiqíngxù, [自卑情緒], inferiority complex

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